David Webb: A Bejeweled Menagerie

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

Sterlé: The Couturier of Jewelry

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

René Boivin: A Natural Talent

A keen interest in botany and naturalism were prime influences in the work of René Boivin, the Parisian jeweler who shifted the way that jewelry was designed and perceived at the end of the 1800s and early 1900s

Cartier: The Early Years

Perhaps one of the most famous names in jewelry, Cartier had rather humble beginnings during a very turbulent time in French history, which almost ruined the firm, yet eventually set it on the course to fame and fortune.

David Gross: Jewelry is in His DNA

With a watchmaker for a grandfather on his mother’s side of the family and a grandfather who was a diamond cutter on his father’s side, you could say that jewelry is in the DNA of David Gr