As the end of summer approaches and we start turning our thoughts to autumn and indoor activities, what could be more enticing than visiting the Garden of Green: Exquisite Jewelry from the Collection of Van Cleef & Arpels at new York City’s American Museum of Natural History? The soothing green of emeralds, the energetic green […]
Elevating a simple symbol to high jewelry status became one of Boucheron’s most innovative designs: The Question Mark necklace, created in 1879 is still produced toda
Talent often shows itself at an early age and that’s how it was with Jean Schlumberge
Dubbed the “King of Diamonds” by Cosmopolitan magazine in 1947, jeweler Harry Winston was also the King of Philanthr
Considered to be one of the oldest jewelry makers in the world and the last independent jewelry house in France, Mellerio Dits Meller, better known as Mellerio, has been in business for over 400 years.
We all know that sometimes a temper tantrum can really get you noticed.
One of the greatest modern American jewelry stories started in New York City’s Greenwich Villag
Inspired by weekly trips to New York City’s Metropolitan Museum of Art, the streets of Manhattan, architecture and the jewels of ancient civilizations, designer David Webb was greatly influenced by history, his deep curiosity and a desire for knowledg
A brilliant designer, jeweler Pierre Sterlé was the darling of the in-the-know fashionista set during the 1940s, 1950s and into the early 1960s
Big, bold bodacious color defines Bulgari jewelry, but it didn’t start out that wa