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Feature: Forces of Nature
To reach the island of Nengo Nengo, one of Robert Wan’s seven French Polynesian pearl farms, we fly...
FrontRunners: Men Only
The Harry Winston Men by Thom Browne collection ( www.harrywinston.com ) can add subtle sparkle to...
Jewelry: Diamond Anniversary
Gabrielle "Coco" Chanel stunned her audience in 1932 with an extravagant and arty presentation of...
Jewelry: Rock Art
“Collecting rare, colored diamonds is like building an art collection,” says Thierry Chaunu,...
2008 Private Preview: Titan Treasures
Francis Mertens contends that you cannot create truly innovative designs if you try to make them...
2008 Private Preview: Diamond Dynasty
Kwiat, a Polish surname that is pronounced "kwee-ot," might not be a marketing firm’s preference...
Feature: Jaded Beauty
The anxiety becomes palpable in the city of Yangon, Myanmar (formerly Burma), each March and...
Robb Design Portfolio: Spin Doctored
Andreas von Zadora-Gerlof pairs his elaborate, jeweled sculptures with timekeeping mechanisms in a...
Jewelry: Star Power
At the 1925 Exposition Internationale des Arts Décoratifs et Industriels Modernes in Paris,...
FrontRunners: Prime Cut
In September, at his Salt Lake City shop, Daniel Paillasseur will display the black diamond for...
Best of the Best 2007: Colored Gems
At last fall’s Paris Biennale, Cartier (800.227.8437, www.cartier.com ) unveiled its latest high-...
Best of the Best 2007: Pearls
Golden South Sea pearls are prized for their extreme rarity; no more than 2 percent of the pearls...
Best of the Best 2007: Pearls: Les Perles de Chanel
Les Perles de Chanel While she was dancing the Charleston one night in 1925, Gabrielle “Coco”...
Best of the Best 2007: Diamonds
The ethereal diamond creations of Carnet by Michelle Ong (+852.2805.0113, www.carnetjewellery.com...
Best of the Best 2007: Colored Gems: Hemmerle
Hemmerle Once he had what he wanted, Stefan Hemmerle abruptly left the convention center hosting...
Best of the Best 2007: Diamonds: Graff
Graff Using only magnifying loupes and their intuition, diamond mogul Laurence Graff and his top...
Feature: Singing the Blues
While he was a gem buyer for Tiffany & Co., Harry Platt presumably was not easily impressed by...
Jewelry: The Divine Mrs. M.
In the inner circles of the rarefied jewelry realm, she is known simply as Mrs. M., a mysterious...
FrontRunners: Secrets of the Rose
In 1477, Austrian archduke Maximilian I (not yet head of the Holy Roman Empire) presented Mary of...
Style: Block Busting
At the sale of actress Ellen Barkin’s jewelry collection last October at Christie’s in New York,...
Jewelry: The Showstopper
Lorraine Schwartz arrived at a recent Christie’s jewelry auction in New York City wearing a long...
Icons & Innovators: Bulgari: Out of the Heavenly Blue
Only a truly incredible stone is given a name to mark its place in gemological history. Two years...
21 Ultimate Gifts: It Isn't Easy Buying Green
An extremely rare, 25-carat green diamond, one of the largest of its kind. The cushion-cut stone is...
Style: Out of the Vault
Ralph Esmerian adeptly maneuvers around the piles of papers, boxes, and books that cover virtually...
Jewelry: Karma Lounge
Since 1852, India’s Kasliwal family has adorned maharajas as well as European and Middle Eastern...
Jewelry: Rare Vintage
The tiny Stephen Russell boutique on New York’s Upper East Side is a destination for those seeking...
Feature: Rock-Solid Advisers
Like an art expert advising on the acquisition of a masterpiece, a jewelry consultant will educate...
Even when abetted by the most advanced pearl-farming methods, an oyster’s chances of producing a...
Private Preview 2007: Diamond in the Rough
A diamond usually is coveted for its brilliant sparkle, the result of light reflecting off the...
Robb Design Portfolio: Couture Cuffs
In jewelry, color is usually expressed in gems or enamel, which can be too heavy and fragile,” says...
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