Articles in Jewelry

In the late 1950s, an expert at the Gemological Institute of America (GIA)—the world’s leading...
Jewelry designer Nina Runsdorf (212.382.1243) scours the diamond market for nontraditional stones—...
De Beers, the mastermind behind diamond marketing for the past century, intends to change the way...
Manhattan jeweler Stephen Russell (212.570.6900, www.stephenrussell.com), known for its...
Photograph by Cordero Studios/www.corderostudios.com
"You never know what’s inside a geode until you crack it open," says jewelry designer Kimberly...
The Bernard K. Passman gallery on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, known for its artistic use of black...
The South Sea pearl company AUTORE transforms the classic gem from the sea into imaginative jewelry...
Last December, at Sotheby’s Magnificent Jewels sale in New York, the auctioneer’s gavel came down...
Photograph by Dilip Bhatia
When, in 2005, jeweler Viren Bhagat acquired an exceptional 17th-??century, 70-?carat carved...
Known for his collection of rarefied estate jewelry, Lee Siegelson of Siegelson (212.?832.?2666,...
Photograph by Ted Morrison
Much the same way that haute couture clients can meet with fashion designers to review the latest...
Photograph by Lisa Charles Watson
Jacques Cartier, of the cartier jewelry house, and Jacques Arpels, of Van Cleef & Arpels, both...
To introduce L’Atlantide (Atlantis), its latest high-jewelry collection, Van Cleef & Arpels...
For 12 days last fall, at its expansive gallery in Manhattan’s hip Meatpacking District, the...
TMB Art Metal (www.tmbartmetal.com) —a London company that produces sculpture and jewelry...
Jacques Cartier, the grandson of the Paris jewelry house’s founder, Louis-François Cartier,...
The Harry Winston Men by Thom Browne collection (www.harrywinston.com) can add subtle sparkle to...
Photograph by Ted Morrison
To reach the island of Nengo Nengo, one of Robert Wan’s seven French Polynesian pearl farms, we fly...
Gabrielle "Coco" Chanel stunned her audience in 1932 with an extravagant and arty presentation of...
Photograph by Ted Morrison/www.tedmorrison.com.
Kwiat, a Polish surname that is pronounced "kwee-ot," might not be a marketing firm’s preference...

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