In its highest form, jewelry is not just a method of artistic communication. It is permanently beautiful. It is personal.
Scanning for solutions: New devices are pushing boundaries in the quest to identify synthetics reliably and accurately.
History in the making: Suzanne Martinez, co-owner of Lang Antique & Estate Jewelry, discusses the online resource her company has been running since 2000.
Impactful leadership: The executive director and secretary-general of the Watch & Jewellery Initiative 2030 discusses mentoring, gender equality, and tackling global problems.
Popular period dramas offer a glittering display of fabulous pieces that are enticing new audiences to buy and collect.
Big and unapologetic, jewelry from these decades is still charting high thanks to nostalgia and a taste for the unconventional.
Classy and versatile, these decorative pins are adorning men’s lapels on the red carpet and doubling as necklaces or hair ornaments.
Master strokes: A rare exhibition of drawings reveals the thought processes behind the legendary designer’s highly prized jewels.
Chunky, colorful and statement-making, jewelry from the late 1930s to early ’50s is enjoying a comeback.
Fairs of estate: A list of yearly US trade shows where antique and vintage jewelers can discover treasures, trends and inspiration.
Chalet chic: With its signature Parisian style, Maison Davidor opens its newest boutique in Vail, Colorado.
Help for hire: Finding good employees has never been tougher. Three experts reveal their top tips for getting the job done.
Artificial intelligence may have big potential in the jewelry trade, but it comes with challenges, says expert Ross Cockerham.
Heir to a vision: Terry Castro’s child, Sir King, is continuing the brand’s artistic legacy.
Look to the heavens: Sun, moon and planet motifs have star power in more ways than one.
Courting color: Designers are adding gemstones to this jewelry classic, and the result is a grand slam.
A Highlands heritage overseas: While her jewelry roots remain deep in her homeland, the artist’s US clientele is steadily growing.
Keeping the green clean: Treating this precious stone is common in the industry. Five experts offer some clarity on the process.
In this first half of a two-part series, we explore some of the American Gem Trade Association’s key achievements.
Diamonds rock the block: Blues, pinks and yellows studded the top lots at the season’s sales.
The senior specialist and director of fine jewelry and watches talks about her evolution from art history student to in-house jewel expert.
Author Ruth Peltason shows how the iconic jeweler’s works were in dialogue with the art and fashions of his era.
Literary gems: Check out these five dazzling publications, perfect for presenting to your loved ones this season.
The outside insider: The fine-jewelry brand’s first external CEO – who’s served in the role since August – shares her passions and proudest moments.