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    Alessio Boschi

    Alessio Boschi grows up in Rome in a house built in the early 20th century, where he started to create simple designs in jewelry when he was only five or six years old. At seven, he developed a real passion for jewels, after visiting an archeological museum in Athens with his mother. Later on, he […]

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    Etho Maria

    Since 2008, Etho Maria has been creating jewelry that translates into timeless pieces of impeccable quality. Signature details such as bold colored diamonds, intricate ring bindings, and unexpected combinations render each piece an instantly recognizable part of the Etho Maria house style. Highly skilled craftsmanship and elaborate preciseness result in innovative collections that come out […]

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    David Webb

    For more than 70 years, David Webb has been the quintessential American jeweler of highly original, modern jewelry. Best known for distinctive carved and enameled animal bracelets, dramatic gold necklaces, colorful sautoirs, Maltese cross brooches, dynamic use of pearls and diamonds, and exquisite rock crystal pieces. David Webb is one of the country’s most important, […]

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    David Yurman

    David Yurman grew up in the Bronx. At age 15 he met a Cuban welder and sculptor named Ernesto Gonzalez who taught him welding techniques. In the early 1960s, Yurman apprenticed for several years with modernist sculptor Jacques Lipchitz. In 1982, Yurman designed what became his signature piece, the cable bracelet: a twisted helix adorned […]

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    Damiani

    “The history of Damiani jewelry is that of an Italian family strongly tied to tradition and passion for goldsmith art. Our family has designed and produced precious and unique jewelry for three generations. From our early childhoods, we watched jewelry being created and the crafting of diamonds and precious stones, learning to love a profession […]

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    Messika

    Valérie Messika

    Messika was born in Paris in 2005 and is run by Valérie Messika, daughter of the famous diamond merchant André Messika. Core values have been passed down from father to daughter: to enhance the diamond, to push the boundaries, and to strive continuously for excellence. From its very first collections, the jewels that took shape […]

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    Solange Azagury-Partridge

    Solange Azagury-Partridge is a British designer known for her jewelry and interior designs. Based in London, she is the founder of her brand called Solange. The first piece of jewelry she made was her engagement ring in 1987, a simple gold band with an uncut diamond. She has stated that three years later, she taught […]

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    Suzanne Belperron

    Suzanne Belperron

    Her jewelry was so original that she never signed her pieces. “My style is my signature” once said: Suzanne Belperron (1900–1983), born in Saint-Claude, France, was an influential 20th-century jewelry designer based in Paris. For 56 years almost every month, her creations appeared in fashion magazines such as Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar. Trained at the […]

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    Graff

    Laurence-Graff

    For over half a century our House has represented the rarest gemstones. Generations of the Graff family have employed their expertise and experience, personally selecting every stone: “No stage is bypassed. No shortcuts are taken. Only perfection matters”. In the rough, a diamond has yet to reveal its secrets: it might become a cascade of […]

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    Kwiat

    Sam Kwiat

    Kwiat’s story starts in 1907 when Sam Kwiat turned his passion for diamonds into a craft. While much has changed over time, our strict criteria for cutting diamonds and creating the most beautiful diamond jewelry have always remained the same. Take a journey through our history to discover the legacy of Kwiat diamonds. Since the […]

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    Hemmerle

    Stefan Hemmerle Sylveli 2

    Hemmerle is a fourth-generation family-run house at the vanguard of jewelry design. Each jewel conceived is unique and as original as a work of art. Hemmerle remains renowned for its dedication to craftsmanship, exceptional quality, innovative material combinations, and bold, unostentatious creations. Stefan Hemmerle and his wife Sylveli, decide the time is right to break […]

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    Fabergé

    Peter Carl Fabergé

    Peter Carl Fabergé, 30 May 1846 – 24 September 1920), was a Russian jeweler best known for the famous Fabergé eggs made in the style of genuine Easter eggs, but using precious metals and gemstones rather than more mundane materials. He was one of the sons of the founder of the famous jewelry legacy House […]

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    Elena Votsi

    Elena Votsi

    Elena Votsi born in 1964 on Hydra island is a Greek jewelry designer. Votsi completed a degree at the School of Fine Arts in Athens in painting, followed by a master’s degree at the Royal College of Art in London in jewelry. In 2003 she won the competition to re-design the Summer Olympic Games medal […]

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    Dreamboule

    Beniamino Crocco’s

    In 2018 after years of experience, Dreamboule is born. A new and ancient history that combines the know-how and experience of Beniamino Crocco’s endless imagination. Born in Milan, Beniamino Crocco breathes the dynamics of the universe of Haute Horlogerie since childhood, thanks to the influence of his father Carlo, founder of the Swiss Maison of […]

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    Cindy Chao

    Cindy Chao

    Cindy Chao is a Chinese jewelry designer. She founded her company, Cindy Chao The Art Jewel, in 2004. She is known for her Black Label Masterpiece Collection and Annual Butterfly. Chao learned various techniques and skills of sculpting from her father, which eventually shaped her style of design. In 2004, Chao established Cindy Chao The […]

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    Seaman Schepps

    Seaman Schepps was the son of immigrants, grew up in New York’s Lower East Side, and was famous for his clunky retro and 1950s jewelry. He traveled from New York to California at the turn of the century as a part of a deceptive get-rich-quick scheme. He arrived in Los Angeles and opened a store […]

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    Rene Lalique

    René Lalique

    Following the death of his father, René Lalique became an apprentice to craftsman and jeweler Louis Aucoc. It was during this time that he learned jewelry-making techniques while attending classes at the École des Arts Décoratifs in Paris. He then left for England where he continued his studies for two more years. The name Lalique […]

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    Pomellatto

    Pino Rabolini

    Pomellato was founded in Milan in 1967 by Pino Rabolini – the heir to his family’s goldsmith legacy. Introducing the prêt-à-porter philosophy to the traditionally conservative world of jewelry. Expressing an avant-garde, original approach, Pomellato’s sophisticated colored stone combinations feature peculiar gem cuts and visionary designs. Impeccably crafted, Pomellato pieces have led the brand to […]

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    Silvia Furmanovich

    Silvia Furmanovich

    Since launching her brand over 20 years ago, São Paulo-based jewelry designer Silvia Furmanovich has become a visionary artist working in fine jewelry today. Furmanovich’s daring designs combine her meticulous attention to detail with her wide-ranging passion for innovative craftsmanship, the natural world, ancient cultures, and unusual materials. Among the unusual elements, she has used […]

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    Pamela Huizenga

    Pamela Huizenga

    Pamela’s unique ability to pair unusual and rare gemstones, with her chic and timeless jewelry designs, is intriguing to the jewelry collector who is constantly looking for something new. Inspired by the dichotomies in nature, Pamela expresses both the calming and dramatic force of the oceans, the serene and yet vibrant colors of the deserts, […]

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