Wishing all my readers who celebrate a happy and healthy new year.
This week, stars get paid for red carpet jewelry. Jewelry out of “critter parts.” And diamond eyebrows. All below.
Emmys Jewelry roundup.
– Jane Fonda wore $1.75 million jewelry to Emmys.
– The jewelry of Veep.
– More stars getting paid to wear red carpet jewelry.
Interview with the president and CEO of Charles & Colvard .
Specialty jewelers see sales rise in July.
What jewelers miss most from ten years ago.
Jewelry buyers cautious in Hong Kong.
My thoughts on the Toys R Us bankruptcy.
Claudio Terjanian joins Govberg Jewelers.
Joe Thompson joins Hodinkee.
GEM Award nominees announced.
Head of jewelry company pleads guilty to forging judge’s signature.
South Dakota, online sales tax, and the Supreme Court.
NCDIA Asia launched.
Chinese wealthy liking travel rather than diamonds.
Dominion Diamond shareholders approve takeover.
Botswana wants to buy big diamonds from its mines.
Dispute in South Africa dents Petra shares.
Namibian president meets with Maurice Tempelsman.
Doris Payne released from jail again.
Illegal rhino horns now being smuggled as jewelry.
Kay Jewelers tells woman ring lost due to Hurricane Irma.
N.Y. jeweler gets big singing break.
New jewelry business fights sex trafficking.
Vivian Leigh jewelry on sale at Sotheby’s.
New Blue Nile collection focuses on sparkle.
Bond Street jeweler accepts Bitcoin.
What happens when your watches are in a fire?
“Honest” jewelry thieves return goods with pieces of advice.
Woman makes jewelry out of “dead critter parts“.
Alison Lou makes pasta-themed jewelry collection.
Diamond eyebrows are now a trend.
Gold-covered ice cream cone has edible diamonds.
DW on diamonds and Africa.
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