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Senior Editor Brecken Branstrator chooses the pieces she’d most want to see in person.
The New York jeweler made this incredible, colorful Art Deco bracelet featuring tropical birds in 1927.
Following its Paris debut, “Cartier and Islamic Art: In Search of Modernity” has landed at the Dallas Museum of Art.
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The Association for the Study of Jewelry & Related Arts will host its annual conference virtually on May 21 and 22.
Eighty copies of the fourth edition of “The Practical Guide to Jewelry Appraising” are up for grabs.
Plus, more insights from the luxury reseller’s annual consignment report.
Masks are required, but the show will go on with new educational programming.
Jack Ogden will host the webinar on Friday, Jan. 7.
The “Medusa” pendant went for $3.7 million at Sotheby’s New York, smashing pre-sale estimates.
The finds include gold jewelry and gemstones that tell the story of a Bronze Age city in Cyprus.
Sotheby’s “London Treasures” auction featured several other jewels believed to have belonged to the empress.
The Duchess of Windsor bangle, however, failed to sell.
Sotheby’s will auction them next month at its “London Treasures” sale.
In a new video posted to the popular site, ASA appraisers tout the importance of hiring a qualified expert.
The French queen’s diamond bracelets retain their original design.
British Vogue editor and jewelry historian Carol Woolton views pop culture through a jewelry lens.