A roundup of JCK‘s top stories from the past week.
Sotheby’s is offering a 118.28 oval D-Flawless at its Hong Kong Magnificent Jewels and Jadeite auction on Oct. 7.
The color authority shares its much-anticipated picks on opening day of spring 2014 Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week.
A family of scuba-diving treasure hunters found the score of a lifetime on the Florida ocean floor—gold jewelry that may be worth up to half a million dollars.
The unrest in Syria should keep the price of gold close to the $1,400 mark for most of the rest of 2013, a new Goldman Sachs analyst note says.
Nordstrom’s New York City flagship store will occupy seven stories in one Manhattan’s tallest buildings.
In every shape, size, and form, sapphire always manages to steal the show (and our hearts).
These slim styles are a staple in most stores: They’re easy to gift and layer, and serve as timeless accessory statements.
Yesterday, Samsung fired what some are calling the “first shot in the smartwatch wars” with the Galaxy Gear.
Amazon and Overstock want to take their fight over New York state’s online sales tax all the way to the highest court in the land.
Richline brands will be manufacturing jewelry under the American Greetings brand, part of a new licensing agreement between the two parties.