Articles in Jewelry

  Watch enthusiasts may not recognize Alain Kirchhof’s name, yet this master jewel setter has...
A sparkling diamond ring represents the end of a process that began billions of years ago deep...
A colored diamond is an astonishing anomaly; only one in a few hundred thousand diamonds might...
Traces of chemical elements in the earth create a full spectrum of colored diamonds—ranging from...
Robb Report readers should need no introduction to the work of photographer Randall Cordero, who...
When a new cache of rare peach-colored imperial topaz is unearthed in the hinterlands of Brazil,...
When Chanel commissioned an elaborately constructed art installation to mark this summer’s Paris...
As the daughter of diamond dealer Sherman Shatz, Laura Munder had amassed a sizable collection of...
Chanel’s Transition necklace denotes the progression of day into evening through an ombré of...
Rarely does a genuine jewelry masterpiece emerge on the market exemplifying the pinnacle in design...
“This stone is a true showstopper,” says designer Michael Beaudry, who recently secured the rights...
If it is true that diamonds are a girl’s best friend, then those who believe you can never have too...
Scott Gauthiér enjoys relaying an ancient legend about how the Ming Dynasty traded two cities for a...
  Zoltan David frequently offers a piece of advice to his clients: “If you want the best from an...
More than a century after Tiffany & Co. designer Paulding Farnham earned the gold medal at the...
Jewelry emanates from nature: Gemstones and metals form deep within the earth, while pearls grow in...
The jewelry designers featured in this issue’s “Artful Hands” story—Michael Zobel, Scott Gauthier,...
Michael Zobel, in striving to create harmony between metal and stones, continues to pioneer...
Cartier recently invited Italian designer Ettore Sottsass to comb through the 1,200 watches, clocks...
Extraordinary results were anticipated when Bulgari and the Leviev Group  joined forces, and the...

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