A roundup of JCK’s top stories from the past week.
At its Magnificent Jewels auction in Geneva on Nov. 13, Sotheby’s is selling the “Pink Star,” a 59.6 ct. oval cut pink diamond it calls the “most valuable diamond ever offered at auction.”
Just like the statuettes received by Emmy winners, warm yellow gold—as well as some cool colored stones—took top jewelry honors at the Sept. 22 show.
One recent study estimated that as many as 20 percent of Yelp reviews may be fake. And now, the authorities—and Yelp—are cracking down.
A New York civil court has denied a petition from Israeli billionaire Lev Leviev’s LGC USA Holdings for an injunction against New York City diamond powerhouse Julius Klein Group Holdings, part of what he calls a messy “corporate divorce.”
Tiffany & Co. has appointed Frederic Cumenal, an experienced luxury executive who previously headed a champagne company, as its new president.
Last week’s announcement that Scio will mass-produce lab-grown diamonds in China raised a lot of questions.
A look at the jewelry names who dressed the stars on Sunday night.
Lucara Diamond Corp. has recovered a 257 ct. rough diamond from its Karowe Mine in Botswana.
Vine-inspired, claw-like, or chiseled, these good-looking prongs will have you paying close attention to their details.
If you find yourself in New York City, San Francisco, London, or Paris this fall, make a beeline to these exhibits, which will remind you of the jewelry trade’s inherent beauty, wonder, and mystery.