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Even when abetted by the most advanced pearl-farming methods, an oyster’s chances of producing a...
Feature: Rock-Solid Advisers
Like an art expert advising on the acquisition of a masterpiece, a jewelry consultant will educate...
Jewelry: Rare Vintage
The tiny Stephen Russell boutique on New York’s Upper East Side is a destination for those seeking...
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...
Best Of The Best 2006: Michelle Ong For Carnet
Like many of her peers, jewelry designer Michelle Ong regards jewelry as an art form rather than as...
Best Of The Best 2006: James De Givenchy For Taffin
James de Givenchy enjoys presenting clients with designs that include stones they never before have...
Best Of The Best 2006: Van Cleef & Arpels Pierres De Caractère
Somewhat decadent and remarkably relevant to contemporary styles, Van Cleef & Arpels’ Pierres...
FrontRunners: Sea to Shining Seas
Chhaya Kapadia, founder of Maya Jewels (212.473.2291, www.mayajewels.com ), may classify her...
Jewelry: Vintage Vanguard
Jewelry designer Renee Lewis offers a simple explanation for why she appoints her elaborate designs...
Feature: Great Balls of Fire
Ten years ago, opal dealer Mark Tremonti heard that an exceedingly rare black opal had been...
Jewelry: Tribal Treasures
For nearly two decades, Lisa Black, a New York native living in Australia, learned about tribal...
Jewelry: Soft Touch
Even a piece as voluptuous as the diamond-covered butterfly brooch that Lina Fanourakis recently...
Jewelry: Yankee Swap
Nearly a decade ago, fourth-generation jeweler Walter McTeigue resigned his position as Harry...
FrontRunner: Art In A Box
Italian jeweler Paolo Piovan’s diamond pavé snake bracelet sinuously wraps around the wearer’s...
Icons & Innovators: Cartier: Fleur Fatale
Perhaps more than any other flower genus, orchids captivate with their countless forms and enticing...
Icons & Innovations: Tiffany & Co.: Designer Genes
Jean Schlumberger: Hailed as one of the 20th century’s great artisans, the late Jean Schlumberger...
Icons & Innovations: De Beers: Goodwill Hunting
Jonathan Oppenheimer, the scion of the De Beers diamond dynasty, is used to addressing negative...
Icons & Innovations: Tiffany & Co.: The Tiffany Standard
Fine jewelry is fashioned from precious gold, diamonds, rubies, and emeralds—extremely limited...
Watch enthusiasts may not recognize Alain Kirchhof’s name, yet this master jewel setter has...
21 Ultimate Gifts: A Diamond in the Rough
A sparkling diamond ring represents the end of a process that began billions of years ago deep...
Contributors: Vintage Photos & Timely Observations
Robb Report readers should need no introduction to the work of photographer Randall Cordero , who...
Traces of chemical elements in the earth create a full spectrum of colored diamonds—ranging from...
Super Natural Beauties
A colored diamond is an astonishing anomaly; only one in a few hundred thousand diamonds might...
Run of the Mines
When a new cache of rare peach-colored imperial topaz is unearthed in the hinterlands of Brazil,...
Style: Star Power
When Chanel commissioned an elaborately constructed art installation to mark this summer’s Paris...
Jewelry: Eye Candy
As the daughter of diamond dealer Sherman Shatz, Laura Munder had amassed a sizable collection of...
Best of the Best 2005: Colored Gemstones
Chanel’s Transition necklace denotes the progression of day into evening through an ombré of...
Best of the Best 2005: Diamonds
“This stone is a true showstopper,” says designer Michael Beaudry, who recently secured the rights...
Best of the Best 2005: Estate Jewelry
Rarely does a genuine jewelry masterpiece emerge on the market exemplifying the pinnacle in design...
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