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    “Safari Tourmaline Necklace” by Jewel of Africa

    JEWELRY DESIGNER Jewel of Africa is a proudly Zambian company; established in 1993 by Dr. K. B Sharma. It was built on the premise of commitment, honesty and teamwork. With these values, the company has stood the test of time by manufacturing the exquisite jewelry by using the locally sourced gemstones of the finest quality. […] More

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    “Dolphin Ring” by Paolo Bongia

    JEWELRY DESIGNER Paolo Bongia is a Visionary, a Craftsman, and an Artist. Even the legacy of his jeweler family could not hold his unique voice. His artistic flare and dare to be different attitude culminate in the colorful pallets, smooth shapes, and sensuous movements of his creations. He is a Trendsetter. PAOLOBONGIA is a story […] More

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    “Constellation Astrale Necklace” by Chanel

    JEWELRY DESIGNER Chanel is a French luxury fashion house that was founded by couturière Coco Chanel in 1910. It focuses on women’s ready-to-wear clothes, luxury goods, and accessories. The company is currently owned by Alain Wertheimer and Gérard Wertheimer, grandsons of Pierre Wertheimer, who was an early business partner of Coco Chanel. In 2018, Chanel […] More

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    “Scorpion Necklace” by Wallace Chan 

    JEWELRY DESIGNER Wallace Chan is a Hong Kong-based jewelry artist and sculptor. He is known for creating intricate designs within carved gemstones. He is the mastermind behind the creation of what has been called the world’s most expensive diamond necklace.[Chan is also known as an innovator. He invented the Wallace Cut, an illusionary carving technique, […] More

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    “Citrine Ring” by Ramon Jewelers 

    JEWELRY DESIGNER In 1888, the first member of the RAMON family opened a small jewelry workshop. Years later, his son, Isidre Ramón, set up his craft workshop in Barcelona. Barcelona was internationally recognized, thanks to its industry and social events, which let flourish and brought growth to sectors such as jewelry. A golden era ensued […] More

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    “Pink and Green Tourmaline Necklace” by Irene Neuwirth

    JEWELRY DESIGNER Irene Neuwirth is a jewelry designer from Los Angeles. Her love affair with art and color was sparked at an early age by her bohemian painter mother, while her business-minded father taught her the principles of entrepreneurship. She began experimenting with jewelry design after college, stringing glass beads, mixing precious and semiprecious stones […] More

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    “Light Rays Chandelier” Earrings by De Beers

    JEWELRY DESIGNER De Beers Group is an international corporation that specializes in diamond mining, diamond refining, diamond retail, diamond trading and industrial diamond manufacturing sectors. The company is active in open-pit, large-scale alluvial and coastal mining. It operates in 35 countries and mining takes place in Botswana, Namibia, South Africa, Canada and Australia. HOW TO […] More

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    “Multicolored Necklace” by Carlo Barberis 

    JEWELRY DESIGNER Carlo Barberis, (1909-1994), gifted with a natural sense of balance and a refined taste, started working as a goldsmith when he was very young and, after accruing a good deal of experience, opened his workshop in 1929. The company was attributed the trademark Nr 39, by now the oldest one in Valenza. After […] More

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    “Willow Ring” by SICIS

    JEWELRY DESIGNER Founded in 1987 by Maurizio Leo Placuzzi in Ravenna, SICIS is an internationally sought-after leader in Musive art. Driven by passion, artistry, and history, SICIS strives to elevate ancient mosaic tradition by infusing it with a contemporary aesthetic and experimenting with diverse applications. SICIS interior home projects are distinguished by intricate details and […] More

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    “Elite Emerald Ring” by  Mark Schneider

    JEWELRY DESIGNER Mark is a third-generation jeweler, and his love for jewelry and colored stones began in grade school with a coveted gemstone collection. He went on to earn his Bachelor of Science degree from California State University Long Beach, where he studied art and jewelry design. While in college, he enjoyed working with clay […] More

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    “Amarante Cuff Bracelet” by Neha Dani

    JEWELRY DESIGNER Neha Dani’s journey is the younger daughter of a traditional Indian family to a global art jeweler is an improbable one. Raised traveling the world, and exposed to art and culture, she was still expected to marry young and dedicate herself to raising a family. Instead, she decided to study gemology, traveling to […] More

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    JEWELRY DESIGNER Sunita Shekhawat’s passion and devotion to her craft combined with the use of pure and rare stones manifests in each and every creation, a priceless heirloom, passed on for generations to come. These prized possessions of excellence, have illuminated the bold traditional aesthetics and beauty that lies within every Indian woman. The challenge […] More

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    “Courting Wren Ring” by Manya and Roumen 

    JEWELRY DESIGNER Manya and Roumen are a humble but exquisite jewelry brand confirmed by Manya an artist, in every sense. Her husband Roumen is an info-economic professor and they share not just love but also a passion for animals. Something that we have in common. Manya is trained in different disciplines, but today she makes […] More

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    “Monet inspired ring” by llgiz Fazulzyanov

    JEWELRY DESIGNER llgiz Fazulzyanov was born in 1968 in Zelenodolsk, Republic of Tatarstan. In 1990, after finishing art school and having graduated as a designer, he founded a workshop of stained glass and silk painting in Kazan. In 1992 he opened his first jewellery workshop, the main task of which focused on the revival of national traditions of the Volga Tatars. Since 2012, the company Ilgiz F. is present in Paris, Geneva, Tokyo and […] More

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    “Chatila Emerald Necklace” by Chatila 

    JEWELRY DESIGNER George Chatila first opened his doors in Beirut in 1860, quickly establishing his reputation as a discerning jeweler. One and a half-century later it is still the Chatila family, now in the third and fourth generations own the business and continue in the founder’s footsteps. The House of Chatila pioneered colored diamonds, which […] More

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    “Rustic Three-Dimensional Diamond Earrings” by Nak Armstrong

    JEWELRY DESIGNER Recognized for his innovative departures from standard metalworking techniques and an experimental aesthetic such as the hand-selected stones crafted with a proprietary laser-welding technique, Nak Armstrong’s award-winning work continues to push the boundaries of design. Nak Armstrong has also been the recipient of several prestigious accolades during his career, including the Fashion Guild […] More

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    “Carved Black Chalcedony Brooch Sculpture” by Robert Guyon

    JEWELRY DESIGNER Carver Steve Walters, also a California native, grew up around the family gem business.  He spent most of his early years working as a production cutter. In the early 1980s, he first saw the component pieces of the German cutter Dieter Lorenz. He considers Lorenz’s carved onyx pieces to have been a major […] More

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    “Bubbles choker” by Mike Joseph

    JEWELRY DESIGNER Mike Saatji, Creative Director of Mike Joseph Jewellery, has dedicated the last 25 years to honing his expertise in the design and making of fine jewelry. Born in Armenia to a family of jewelers, Mike spent every spare moment of his formative years at the jeweler’s bench. As he grew, what began as […] More

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    “Cambodian Chalcedony Cuff” by Belperron

    JEWELRY DESIGNER Suzanne Belperron (1900–1983), born in Saint-Claude, France, was an influential 20th-century jewelry designer[1][2] based in Paris. Belperron is a fine jeweler selling vintage jewelry and reprised designs by the late designer, Suzanne Belperron (1900-1983). After beginning her career with Boivin in 1919, Belperron pioneered a new aesthetic in jewelry:  sensual, tactile, and arrestingly modern. […] More

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    “Lamellae Sculptural” Cuff Zaha Hadid 

    JEWELRY DESIGNER Zaha Hadid, Born in Iraq in 1950, Hadid studied at the Architectural Association in London using photocopiers and papers in innovative ways, before computers aided her designs. She was the first woman to win the Pritzker and was also the first woman awarded the Royal Gold Medal by the Royal Institute of British Architects. […] More

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