The London-based designer’s new collection of everyday diamonds was inspired by ancient Chinese fortune-telling sticks.
Alisa Moussaieff shares her wisdom on buying the world’s rarest gemstones as the jeweler debuts at this month’s La Biennale in Paris.
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A dozen jewelers, including Alexandra Mor, John Hardy, and Sylva & Cie, have created designs using sustainably sourced tagua nut while raising money to save elephants.
A favorite pastime of mine is spotting jewelry in paintings. Whether it be an Elizabethan dandy’s multiple strings of pearls or a Victorian woman’s mourning jewels, these pieces are a fascinating glimpse into what was most prized in a particular culture or period of time. It was during the Georgian era that the art form […]
A rare and radiant green gem that turns heads…