Today, large companies mine some of the most popular colored gemstones, making it vital to examine their impact on local communities.
The Cartier bangle given by Edward VIII is estimated to sell for as much as $1.6 million at Christie’s Geneva next month.
Sebastian Schmidt will receive $30,000 toward his research project developing reference materials for gem corundum.
The event will be held from Nov. 15-19 in Bangkok featuring large quantities of high- to medium-grade sapphires.
It’s the time of year for opal and tourmaline.
It’s the follow-up to “Emerald” and “Ruby.”
Here’s the lineup of education sessions and special exhibitions happening at the Denver show.
Local gallery Balefire Goods will host it from Sept. 15-16 amid other industry sourcing events in the city.
The category is getting a boost from two interesting groups: younger consumers and men.
Feedback from collectors and editors, as well as celebrity style, informed Le Vian’s jewelry trend predictions.
The event is scheduled for Sept. 16-21 in Denver, with one component for minerals and fossils and another for fine gems and jewelry.
Five years ago, the colored gemstone joined peridot as August’s official birthstone.
The team behind the nonprofit has been on the ground to support several initiatives this summer.
The team behind the program, designed to help increase the share of the colored stone market, will be at AGTA GemFair and JCK Las Vegas.
It features tourmalines that have been stashed away for more than a decade.
The platform, developed by Gübelin and Everledger, has also undergone a redesign.
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.