It’s like your favorite childhood toy but with the bonus of gold, diamonds, and a ruby.
“Sculpture to Wear” opens at Sotheby’s East Hampton this week.
It features tourmalines that have been stashed away for more than a decade.
The second collection from the Rebecca Romijn-designed brand features natural sapphires and lab-grown diamonds.
“Holographique” combines technical innovation with expert design.
Oui by Jean Dousset promises consumers better prices for bigger stones.
The jewelry manufacturer will now offer custom and production cuts for customers as well as a limited quantity of gems for immediate sale.
Two emeralds are better than one.
The four-part series features the jewels of hip-hop stars and insights from the designers who make them.
The Museum of Arts and Design is hosting digital talks with jewelry designers and style arbiters.
The nonprofit has extended its deadline for its “Project Bracelet” competition.
The vibrant-hued jewel is perfect for summer.
She’s traded Melrose Place for Brentwood.
Sotheby’s East Hampton gallery just opened a sale of the designer’s work.
Plus, the retailer opens its first location in Pennsylvania.
The show aims to find Britain’s next jewelry star and features two well-known names as judges.