With 11 sugarloaf-cut emeralds, 2,000 diamonds, and more than 18 months of work, Taiwanese designer Cindy Chao created this exqu
When Beverly Hills designer Martin Katz meets with a gem dealer, he typically asks, "What do you have that is weird and differen
Cartier’s famous panther first slinked onto the scene in 1914, in a drawing commissioned by Louis Cartier to decorate an invitat
To say that this 11-carat fancy intense-blue diamond is one of a kind is almost an understatement.
The German jewelry house Hemmerle seems to know no boundaries when it comes to raw materials, freely mixing aluminum, wood, and
Viren Bhagat has been called the JAR of India: Like JAR, the legendary yet elusive jewelry designer Joel Rosenthal of Paris, Bha
Leave it to a fashion house to see fine jewelry through a different lens: Without the constraints of a jewelry heritage, Chanel
Harry Winston looked no further than its robust archives for inspiration for Ultimate Adornments, its most ambitious collection
When Greg Kwiat took over as CEO of the storied vintage jeweler Fred Leighton two and a half years ago, he knew that keeping up
Fifth-generation Roman jeweler Alberto Petochi created his first collection around his family’s heirlooms: three rare Roman coins.
Tateossian, known for its wide variety of cuff links, from playful animals to serious gemstone designs, opened its fifth store in London—a
A nearly 35-carat diamond called the Beau Sancy—one of the most important historic diamonds ever to come to auction—will be the showstoppe
Striking in its simplicity and purity of form, the Cartier Juste un Clou collection (
In the demure world of fine jewelry, where designers tend to play it safe when working with tens of thousands of dollars in diam
Philanthropist Lily Safra, the widow of Edmond J.
Considered one of the last great heiresses of America’s Gilded Age, Huguette M.
Elisa Browsh collected the one-of-kind cultured pearls featured in her Elyria Cat Street collection (
Sarah Besnainou believes that jewelry, like love, is eternal.
When an antiques dealer showed Nico Landrigan a cabochon-sapphire brooch from the late 19th century, it was with the hope that L
Legendary jewelry brand Fabergé has returned to London with a new boutique for the first time in nearly a century.