Articles in Jewelry

The venerable American jeweler Harry Winston, known for its glamorous diamond and gemstone jewelry...
Robert Tateossian, international traveler and owner of the British-based cuff link brand bearing...
Photograph by Evan Sung
A dark, cavernous main floor; a stark white salon festooned with ostrich feathers; illuminated...
At a London auction in December, Laurence Graff—the founder of Graff Diamonds International—paid...
French jeweler Van Cleef & Arpels is giving some of its best clients the opportunity to...
When Diamond in the Rough introduced its rough diamond jewelry three years ago, it gave the classic...
Jewelry designer Sharon Khazzam spent a few years amassing the unusual fancy colored diamonds for...
The Dior Joaillerie Milly Carnivora collection (212.931.2950) comprises bejeweled rings, earrings,...
With 149 baguette diamonds weighing a total of 15 carats, the Hermès Cape Cod 1928 Baguette (www....
THE GIFT   One-of-a-kind haute couture parure from Chanel Fine Jewelry consisting of a 70-carat...
When Horace E. Dodge sold Dodge Automobiles to Henry Ford in 1919, he promised to buy his wife Anna...
Designer David Webb is known for his playful, bold, and colorful animal motif bangles and brooches...
Photograph by Lisa Charles Watson
The imagination and artistic vision of the world’s leading jewelry designers take root in nature’s...
On a cord around his neck, Turkish jeweler Gurhan Orhan sports a well-worn Sumerian jasper pendant...
At the end of the Gilded Age, Peter Carl Fabergé, Louis Comfort Tiffany, and René Lalique were...
Dino Modolo, the designer behind the Di MODOLO jewelry collection, has partnered with DD...
Fascinated by the chimera of Greek mythology, Louis Cartier—a scion of the French jewelry house—...
Two exceptionally rare colored diamonds will be the highlights of Christie’s New York Jewelry Sale...
Parisian Lydia Courteille’s career as a jewelry designer began with the purchase of a temperamental...
When a 316.15-carat diamond was discovered in 2005 at De Beers’ Venetia mine, it was christened the...

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