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For some, the charm bracelet conjures up images of wrists jangling with cheapo enameled Santas and "I Love Daytona Beach" pendants. But the charm bracelet is one of the oldest and most enduring jewelry styles in history—dating (way, way) back to the Assyrians, Babylonians,...

Emili Vesilind | January 20, 2017 | Retail Details
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I’m pretty sure I had some malachite jewelry in the early 1990s—I vaguely remember some swingy earrings and a tiny, tarnished silver ring I bought from a hippie street vendor. Lately, I find myself quite in the mood for malachite pieces once again—only this time, I’m focused on those that highlight...

Amy Elliott | January 19, 2017 | All That Glitters
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It’s always a smart move for designers and retailers to share new pieces on Instagram—how else will the press, the trade, inspired potential clients, and your devoted fans know what you’re up to? Ransacking Instagram’s labyrinthine repository of jewelry photos is one of my favorite ways to kill...

Amy Elliott | January 18, 2017 | All That Glitters
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Actually, they’ve been a “thing” since the late 1800s, as Eric Braunwart of Columbia Gem House recently enlightened me. “Montana’s sapphire mines have been around a long time, and the sapphires coming from there have always been in the supply chain,” he says. “What’s new is that the jewelry trade...

Amy Elliott | January 17, 2017 | All That Glitters
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Such a simple concept, the shape of the circle. A line that curves until it meets its other end, creating a never-ending path the beginning and end of which only its creator knows (and even they might lose track). But it's what is done with that circle that is so special here. Nothing new, but...

Brittany Siminitz | January 12, 2017 | On Your Market
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It's officially awards season in Hollywood, and Los Angeles' fashion retailers and showrooms are buzzing with stylist assistants pulling gauzy gowns, punchy party frocks, towering stilettos, and buckets of fine jewelry for their high-profile clients. Beladora, the e-commerce arm...

Emili Vesilind | January 12, 2017 | Retail Details
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Last Sunday’s Golden Globes red carpet showcased some pretty amazing jewelry (hello, Emma Stone), and there’s even more glamour coming your way tomorrow night at Jewelers of America’s 15th annual GEM Awards. Held at Cipriani 42nd Street in New York City, the event will be hosted by the wildly...

Amy Elliott | January 12, 2017 | All That Glitters
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Monday’s Metal & Smith show was solidly stocked with emerging talent and was just the place to discover and fall in love with a new line. Much like at the event’s inaugural run last fall, there was plenty of jewelry that caught my attention, from a magnificent rubellite and deep-purple amethyst...

Amy Elliott | January 11, 2017 | All That Glitters
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“It’s pink and there’s stars on it.” That’s what Emma Stone said to Ryan Seacrest when asked about the custom Valentino haute couture gown she wore to Sunday’s Golden Globes awards ceremony.   (Photo courtesy of Instagram/@maisonvalentino) And when she accepted the award for best...

Amy Elliott | January 10, 2017 | All That Glitters

Jewelry had some stiff competition at the 74th Golden Globe Awards in Los Angeles last night—in the form of a parade of high-shine metallic sheaths and gowns, and frocks riddled to the hilt with jeweled collars, straps, and other sparkling embellishments. Felicity Jones'...

Emili Vesilind | January 9, 2017
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makes me think of esme hecht's pieces: https://ritzycouturejewelry.co...

it will be nice to get a copy of the video posted on utube and a link...

So, another "respectable" outfit hangs out the pawn balls. So funny...

Eye-catching and artsy. Does anyone know what the "DewDrop" necklace...

Some nice pieces here, very well crafted.