At the Couture show, designers told colorful stories with gemstones, enamel, and gemstone beads.
Editor-in-Chief Michelle Graff tells the stories behind the pieces that comprised “The Radiance by Couture.”
A collaboration between the mine and five Brazilian jewelry designers was on display at the 2022 Couture Show.
With a simple swivel, this on-trend gemstone ring goes from east-west to north-south and back again.
The myriad motifs of the “L’Imperatrice” tarot informed the designs of rings, bracelets, earrings, and necklaces.
“Lenox” marks the designer’s foray into bespoke jewels and large colored gemstones.
Associate Editor Lenore Fedow shares her impressions of the Las Vegas Antique Jewelry & Watch Show and a few of her favorite finds.
Its new collection with subtle swirl designs draws inspiration from the family’s Armenian roots.
Held Saturday night in Las Vegas, the annual event honors the best creations across 15 categories.
Speaker Swan Sit delved into several buzzworthy topics, like blockchain and NFTs.
“Sari” showcases the designer’s fine craftsmanship and design creativity.
They resemble a certain celebrity couple’s viral engagement ring.
Meet new and returning brands showcasing their works in Las Vegas.
The lab is going all digital, starting with the GIA Diamond Dossier in January 2023.
From education sessions to after-hours events, here’s what attendees can expect at this year’s show.
It will take place at the company’s Booth 7059 from June 10-12.
Premiering at the show, the project consists of capsule collections from 13 BIPOC designers using fully traceable diamonds from De Beers.
It’s a perfect graduation gift.
Sponsored by GreenLab Diamonds LLP
Editor-in-Chief Michelle Graff is joined by three industry veterans to talk about the items they never leave behind and why.
Sponsored by Italian Trade Agency
Several Couture brands have partnered with Platinum Guild International ahead of the jewelry trade show.
The Generating Community Impact fundraiser on June 11 will feature Karine Bah Tahé of Blue Level Training.
Once a part of Julius Klein Group, the diamond company combines its direct supply and cutting expertise with a keen eye to the future.
The stones come from a deposit close to Mahenge and have been on the market for several months.