Now, it will cater to mid-range luxury brands.
“Simply Brilliant: Artist-Jewelers of the 1960s and 1970s” is headed to the Cincinnati Art Museum this fall.
All proceeds of “Juneteenth Medallion” sales, as well as raffle tickets, benefit organizations that support BIPOC.
There will also be a virtual component for those not in attendance.
The Continental Buying Group was the only jewelry trade show to happen during the typical Las Vegas dates, from June 1-3.
It conveys a sweet summer sentiment.
The latter jewel sold for $5 million, within its pre-sale estimate.
From former jewelry editor Maria Dueñas Jacobs, the kids jewelry line has caught the eye of retailers like Anthropologie.
It donates 100 percent of profits to the Human Rights Campaign, which supports equal rights for LGBTQ+ citizens.
The designer’s whimsical quarantine fantasy comes to life with a heart motif and plenty of delicious gemstones.
The fancy vivid yellow “Sienna Star” is in a setting from designer Glenn Spiro.
“River of Gold” covers destructive and illegal gold mining in the Amazon.
It will launch with a piercing party.
Through video interviews, the watch brand explores its important milestones.
“The Dancing Sun” is the largest polished diamond mined in North America and the star of the “Magnificent Jewels” auction.
The cult-favorite hoop earrings get a fashionable update.