Amanda’s Style File: Purple and Playful
Amanda Gizzi welcomes February with a selection of amethyst jewelry, a birthstone that “deserves its own time to shine.”
“Regal” and “royal” are defining words for the richness of amethyst’s hue.
The bold color paired with the affordability of the stone makes amethyst a go-to gemstone for designers to play with larger carat weights and interesting cuts.
Even small amethysts have a big impact and look beautiful in everyday jewelry, as they can be playful and cheerful.
As we welcome the new month, we welcome these beautiful pieces of jewelry and find jewelry wish lists continuing to grow.
Distinguishing natural diamonds from laboratory-grown stones – now more available than ever – has been difficult for jewelers. Until now.
Gorman was an industry trailblazer, serving as the first female treasurer of Jewelers of America.
The movement of the 18-karat gold and diamond “Tennessee Torque” necklace is subtle.
The WaxJet 400, recognized as the world's fastest wax printer, is bringing in a new era of precision and efficiency to industry.
Industry veteran Gina D’Onofrio has rejoined the auction house.
“Power of Couture” recalls Frédéric Boucheron’s love of fabric using diamonds and rock crystal.
The couple won a bespoke engagement ring set with a 1.44-carat fancy yellow diamond and designed by Michael Hogan.
The three pieces, recovered from a 17th century shipwreck, are set with emeralds from Colombia’s Muzo mine.
The luxury conglomerate owns Boucheron, Pomellato, DoDo, and Qeelin.
While sales rose in the U.S. market, demand for watches and jewelry was slow in the U.K.