Lonnie Iannazzo of Vincent Anthony Jewelers is the 2022 William (Wag) Wagner Business Excellence Award recipient.
The jewelry cleaner manufacturer jumped up to No. 3066 on the Inc. 5000 list.
Senior Editor Brecken Branstrator’s highlights include a chrome tourmaline ring, a giant opal necklace, and an American mined stone.
It’s only the third time since 2003 that a carving has been named Best of Show.
The challenge invited designers and brands to create 100 collections of silver, gold or gold-plated jewelry crafted with Fairmined metals.
Even as the store celebrates 60 years in business, the owners of Bernie Robbins Jewelers aren’t satisfied with the status quo.
Helmed by designer Ope Omojola, Octave embraces color and combines sharp geometric lines with organic shapes.
It’s the fourth time the jewelry manufacture and repair company has received the honor.
The sole fine jewelry nominee, the brand is up for an award in the emerging designer category.
The Belgian organization is calling for entries from all over the world, with an eye on attracting emerging talent.
Its partnership with United People Global provides $100,000 to support entrepreneurs in diamond-producing countries across Africa.
This year’s contest again features a partnership with a retailer to showcase and sell winning designs.
They include categories for fine and fashion jewelry as well as social impact and sustainability.
The organization will present three awards at its annual dinner, dance, and gala in October.
Held Saturday night in Las Vegas, the annual event honors the best creations across 15 categories.
The New York City native was honored at the annual Fashion Group International awards ceremony, held Tuesday night.
Celebrating the next generation of jewelry industry leaders, the awards will be presented during the annual gala in Las Vegas.