Even a piece as voluptuous as the diamond-covered butterfly brooch that Lina Fanourakis recently sculpted manages to exhibit the understat
Italian jeweler Paolo Piovan’s diamond pavé snake bracelet sinuously wraps around the wearer’s wrist before culminating at a large ruby head
Nearly a decade ago, fourth-generation jeweler Walter McTeigue resigned his position as Harry Winston’s buyer for diamonds, gemstones, and e
Fine jewelry is fashioned from precious gold, diamonds, rubies, and emeralds—extremely limited natural resources whose origins often are s
Jean Schlumberger:Hailed as one of the 20th century’s great artisans, the late Jean Schlumberger is eternally linked to T
Jonathan Oppenheimer, the scion of the De Beers diamond dynasty, is used to addressing negative perceptions about his family’s business.
Robb Report readers should need no introduction to the work of photographer Randall Cordero, who operates Corder
Traces of chemical elements in the earth create a full spectrum of colored diamonds—ranging from the more common shades of ye
A colored diamond is an astonishing anomaly; only one in a few hundred thousand diamonds might exhibit a shade of blue—from pale sky to de
When a new cache of rare peach-colored imperial topaz is unearthed in the hinterlands of Brazil, the miners often set aside the best stone
As the daughter of diamond dealer Sherman Shatz, Laura Munder had amassed a sizable collection of diamond jewelry over the years.
When Chanel commissioned an elaborately constructed art installation to mark this summer’s Paris premiere of Éléments Célestes—the latest
“This stone is a true showstopper,” says designer Michael Beaudry, who recently secured the rights to use an innovative new diamond cut ca
Chanel’s Transition necklace denotes the progression of day into evening
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