The GIA president and CEO will receive the 2024 Gem Award for Lifetime Achievement.
Amanda’s Style File: September Sparkle
This edition offers 16 sapphire styles that will have jewelry lovers celebrating long after the month is over.
Strong, resilient, beautiful and full of sparkle—these words could be used to describe so many women. It also can be used to describe September’s birthstone, sapphire.
Sapphire’s long history shows why it has been known as one of the “precious” gemstones for so long.
It is durable enough for everyday wear, yet refined enough to be worn for the most special of all occasions.
Those lucky enough to call sapphire their birthstone get treated to a colorful variety of exquisite gems and styles. The designs, in fact, are so plentiful that this edition of Amanda’s Style File had to expand to a sweet 16.
Here are some sapphire gemstones that will have you celebrating long after September is over.
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A New Hampshire store manager is the inaugural recipient of the grant for up-and-coming women in retail.
Available exclusively at Greenwich St. Jewelers, the “Nipple Collection” will benefit Living Beyond Breast Cancer.
“Pre-Owned Luxury by Rocksbox” offers secondhand jewelry from Kay, Zales, and Jared to members and non-members.
The museum is asking for the public’s help in finding thousands of pieces of ancient gold jewelry and gemstones stolen from a storeroom.
The plea comes against a backdrop of declining demand and falling prices.
Shoppers also expressed concern about rising prices, higher interest rates, and political uncertainty.
The former teacher, described as “a pioneer for women-owned businesses,” opened her own jewelry store in 1980.
Police say Douglas Wayne Gamble also swapped natural diamonds for synthetic stones and failed to return customers’ repairs.