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Chopard emerald & diamond necklace. This US$3 million emerald necklace features 191 carats of emeralds set between 16 carats of diamonds.
  • Chopard emerald & diamond necklace. This US$3 million emerald necklace features 191 carats of emeralds set between 16 carats of diamonds.
  • The Pink Star (weighing 59.60 carats) - The most valuable diamond to ever be offered at auction sold for US$83.2 million at Sotheby's in Geneva on November 13, 2013.
  • The Danish crown jewels at Rosenborg Castle, Copenhagen, Denmark.
  • Treasure of San Gennaro | Naples's Treasure - said to rival Britain's Crown Jewels and those of the Russian tsars in value.
  • The Premier Blue - 7.59 carat round brilliant-cut internally flawless (IF) fancy vivid blue diamond.
  • Leviev - 'Home to the World's Most Extraordinary Diamonds'. 31 Old Bond Street, London W1S 4QH, England, U.K. Since 2006.
  • Chopard flagship store, 27 Rue du Rhône, 1204 Geneva, Switzerland.
  • The House of Boucheron's flagship store at Lagoona Mall, West Bay, 615 Doha, Qatar.
  • Inside Boucheron's flagship store at Lagoona Mall, West Bay, 615 Doha, Qatar.
  • Bvlgari flagship store in Macau at Wynn Macau luxury resort.
  • The Hope Diamond is a large, 45.52-carat (9.10 g), deep-blue diamond, now housed in the Smithsonian Natural History Museum in Washington, D.C., U.S.A.
  • Gold bars.
  • Inside Cartier's flagship store in Paris, 13 Rue de la Paix, 75002 Paris, France.
  • Cartier's flagship store in London, 175-177 New Bond Street, London W1S 4RN, England, U.K.
  • Van Cleef & Arpels's store in Hong Kong at Lee Garden Two.
  • Inside the world's oldest jeweller Garrard's flagship store at 24 Albemarle Street, London W1S 4HT, England, U.K.
  • Harry Winston Flagship Store, 718 5th Avenue at 56th Street, New York City, NY 10019, United States.
  • The Harry Legacy diamond. The world's largest pear-shaped, D color, type IIA, flawless diamond: 101.73 carats. Sold at Christie's Geneva on May 15, 2013 for US$26,737,913 (US$254,400 per carat) to American New York 5th Avenue Jewelers Harry Winston.
  • Tiffany & Co.'s flagship store, 727 Fifth Avenue & 57th Street, New York City, NY 10022, United States.
  • Graff Diamonds' flagship store at 6-8 New Bond Street, London W1S 3SJ, England, U.K.

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"Pearls are always appropriate." - Jackie O.

"Big girls need big diamonds." - Elizabeth Taylor.

"People will stare. Make it worth their while." - Harry Winston.

"Jewelry takes people's minds off your wrinkles." - Sonja Henie.

"If I had my way, I'd wear jewelry, a great pair of heels and nothing else." - Jada Pinkett Smith.

"Jewelry has the power to be this one little thing that can make you feel unique." - Jennie Kwon.

"I have always felt a gift diamond shines so much better than one you buy for yourself." - Mae West.

The word JEWELLERY is derived from the word jewel, which was anglicised from the Old French "jouel" circa the 13th century. Further tracing leads back to the Latin word "jocale", meaning plaything. Jewellery is one of the oldest forms of body adornment; recently found 100,000 year-old beads made from Nassarius shells are thought to be the oldest known jewellery.

Jewellery is an item of personal adornment, such as a necklace, ring, brooch or bracelet, that is worn by a person. It may be made from gemstones or precious metals, but may be from any other material, and may be appreciated because of geometric or other patterns, or meaningful symbols.

Jewellery is sometimes seen as wealth storage or functionally as holding a garment or hair together. It has from very early times also been regarded as a form of personal adornment. The first pieces of jewellery were made from natural materials, such as bone, animal teeth, shell, wood and carved stone. More exotic jewellery was probably made for wealthy people or as indications of social status. In some cases people were buried with their jewellery.

Jewellery has been made to adorn nearly every body part, from hairpins to toe rings and many more types of jewellery. While high-quality jewellery is made with gemstones and precious metals, such as silver or gold.

A gemstone or GEM (also called a precious or semi-precious stone, or jewel) is a piece of mineral, which, in cut and polished form, is used to make jewelry or other adornments. However certain rocks, (such as lapis lazuli) and organic materials (such as amber or jet) are not minerals, but are still used for jewelry, and are therefore often considered to be gemstones as well.

  • The Hope Diamond at Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, 700 Independence Ave SW, Washington, DC 20560, U.S.A.
  • Affair of the Diamond Necklace - was an incident in the 1780s at the court of Louis XVI of France involving his wife, Queen Marie Antoinette.
  • Antwerp diamond district - dubbed the Square Mile is an area within the city of Antwerp, Belgium. While, as of 2012, much of the gem cutting and polishing work historically done in the district had moved to low wage centers elsewhere, about 84% of the world's rough diamonds passed through the district, making it the largest diamond center in the world with a turnover of 54 billion dollars.
  • Antwerp Diamond Trade Fair - since 2010. "The Fair is a unique opportunity for jewellery manufacturers, designers and retailers to source their diamonds in the world's diamond capital!"
  • Billionaire buys 7-year-old daughter Blue Moon diamond for record $48m - The Guardian.
  • Borrowing From Solar & Chip Tech to Make Diamonds Faster & Cheaper - The New York Times.
  • conflict diamond - Wikipedia.
  • DIAMOND - Wikipedia.
  • DIAMOND CUT - Wikipedia.
  • DIAMOND CUTTING - Wikipedia.
  • Diamond Exchange District - district of the Israeli city of Ramat Gan. Bordering the Ayalon Highway, the road dividing Ramat Gan and Tel Aviv, the district is home to Israel's diamond industry as well as being a major commercial center.
  • DIAMOND FACTS AND FIGURES - Argyle Diamond Mine.
  • Diamond Foundry - "I’m proud to invest in Diamond Foundry Inc. — reducing the human and environmental toll of the diamond industry by sustainably culturing diamonds without the destructive use of mining." - Leonardo DiCaprio.
  • Diamond Fund of Russia - dates back to the time of Peter I. A collection of masterpieces of jewelry of the 18th-20th centuries, rare precious stones, gold and platinum nuggets of great historic, artistic and scientific importance, as well as vast material value.
  • - "Diamond Prices, Rapaport News and Information."
  • DIAMONDS - by All About Gemstones.
  • IDEX | International Diamond Excahnge - "Diamond Exchange, Diamond Prices, News, Research and Analysis."
  • IGI | International Gemological Institute - a diamond, colored stone and jewelry certification organization. IGI is headquartered in Antwerp.
  • LASER INSCRIPTION - Laserscribe: inscribe numbers, letters, trademarks, and logos on the girdle of a diamond allows the diamond to be easily identified.
  • List of diamonds - Wikipedia.
  • List of famous pink diamonds
  • Manfredo Horowitz - renowned for introducing big stones and fabulous gems by Harry Winston, to the rich and famous in Europe and the Far East. He had, amongst his clients all the international Jet Set, Sultans, movie stars, heads of state, Saudi Princes, Sheiks, Kings, Emperors and most of the tycoons from the “Fortune 400” list.
  • Marilyn Monroe - Diamonds are a Girl's Best Friend - YouTube 3:34.
  • The Diamond District. View of the Diamond District at 47th Street and 5th Avenue.
  • NEW YORK CITY DIAMOND DISTRICT - located on West 47th Street between Fifth Avenue and Sixth Avenue (Avenue of the Americas) in midtown Manhattan, within walking distance of many New York attractions. An estimated 90% of diamonds in the United States enter through New York.
  • Only 132 people can 'afford' to buy that 1,111-carat Botswanan diamond - Business Insider.
  • PRICE OF DIAMONDS - "Where the world comes to find out about diamonds." Comprehensive up to date news and information on diamonds.
  • RAPAPORT DIAMOND REPORT - the diamond industry bible.
  • The price of diamonds is collapsing - Business Insider.
  • The Secret Slang of the Diamond District - "A stroll down 47th Street can be bewildering, if you don’t know the language." The New York Times.
  • Famous tiaras.
  • Tiaras - Pinterest.
    • 29.6-carat blue diamond found - BBC News.
    • Sotheby's Lot 357 (April 21, 2015, New York): The Ultimate Emerald-Cut Diamond, 100.20 carats, D color, Internally Flawless, IIa.
    • 100-carat 'perfect' diamond sells for $22 million -
    • A Heritage of Bloom.
    • A Heritage of Bloom - called the world’s most expensive diamond necklace, at an estimated cost of US$200 million. Its 11,551 diamonds, with jade pieces to create the butterflies and bats, total 383 carats; the centerpiece diamond alone weighs 104 carats.
    • Annenberg Diamond.
    • Annenberg Diamond - square, 32.01-carat emerald-cut diamond that billionaire philanthropist Leonore Annenberg bought for her 90th birthday sold for US$7.7 million at auction on October 22, 2009.
    • ARGYLE DIAMOND MINE - the world's primary source of rare pink diamonds which attract on average, 20 times the price of an equivalent white diamond.
    • BACKES AND STRAUSS - "Masters of Diamonds since 1789." The oldest diamond company in the world.
    • Blue Moon Diamond - 12.03-carat Fancy Vivid Internally Flawless Blue diamond.
    • Blue Moon Diamond - "Flawless 12 carat Blue Moon Diamond sells for world record 48.634.000 CHF / US$48.4m in Geneva."
    • Cartier Classic Diamond Bracelet - Lignes Essentielles bracelet, 18K white gold, set with 47 brilliant-cut diamonds totaling 6.38 carats.
    • Cartier Classic Diamond Bracelets
    • CECIL RHODES & DIAMONDS - Wikipedia.
    • CONFLICT DIAMONDS - aka 'blood diamonds'.
    • Cullinan Diamond - largest gem-quality diamond ever found, at 3106.75 carat (621.35 g, 1.37 lb) rough weight.
    • DE BEERS JEWELLERY - "Because a diamond is forever."
    • DIAMOND IN THE ROUGH - launched in 2003 as a unique fashion statement to showcase the beauty of rough diamonds to individual clients.
    • Empress EugÉnie - oval-shaped brilliant diamond, perfectly cut, and weighing 51 carats. It is named for the French empress Eugénie de Montijo, who owned it in the late 19th century. It is currently in the hands of a private collector.
    • FAMOUS DIAMONDS - De Beers: "The World of Famous Diamonds."
    • GEM DIAMONDS - mined on September 22, 2008 a 478-carat flawless diamond!
    • Golda Jewelry - established in 1981. Diamonds from New York Diamond District with GIA and EGL certifications in every conceivable shape, size and color.
    • GRAFF DIAMONDS - "The Most Fabulous Jewels in the World."
    • Harry Legacy flawless 101.73 carats diamond.
    • HARRY LEGACY - the world's largest pear-shaped, D color, type IIA, flawless diamond: 101.73 carats. Sold at Christie's Geneva on May 15, 2013 for US$26,737,913 (US$254,400 per carat) to American New York 5th Avenue Jewelers Harry Winston (since January 2013 owned by Swatch Group), setting a new world record at auction for a colorless diamond.
    • John Hatleberg - conceptual gem artist recognized for the diversity of his work with jewels. He is the world authority on creating exact replicas of famous diamonds.
    • JOHN REINHOLD - "Diamonds in the Rough."
    • Kieselstein-Cord - diamond jewelry collections.
    • Krupp Diamond | Elizabeth Taylor Diamond.
    • Krupp Diamond | Elizabeth Taylor Diamond - 33.19-carat (6.638 g) stone, sold at Christie's on 16 December 2011, for US$8,818,500, by the estate of Dame Elizabeth Taylor. Welsh actor Richard Burton gave the stone to the British-American actress in 1968 after acquiring it at auction for US$305,000, during the fourth year of their first marriage.
    • Leviev - 'Home to the World's Most Extraordinary Diamonds'. 31 Old Bond Street, London W1S 4QH, England, U.K. Since 2006.
    • LEVIEV - "Home to the World's Most Extraordinary Diamonds." Flagship boutique on London's Old Bond Street, U.K. since 2006.
    • Lucara Diamond: 1,111 Carat type IIa Karowe Diamond.
    • LUCARA MAKES DIAMOND HISTORY RECOVERS 1,111 CARAT DIAMOND - Lucara Diamond: November 18, 2015.
    • LUGANO DIAMONDS - established in 2005. Newport Beach, CA, U.S.A. "Dedicated to becoming a client's jeweler for life."
    • Napoleon Diamond Necklace at Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, 700 Independence Ave SW, Washington, DC 20560, U.S.A.
    • Napoleon Diamond Necklace - diamond necklace commissioned by Napoleon I of France c. 1811–1812. Designed by Etienne Nitôt and Sons of Paris and consists of 234 diamonds. It is currently on display in the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C., United States.
    • NICKY OPPENHEIMER - today's uncrowned 'King of Diamonds'.
    • Orlov Diamond - 189.62 metric carats and it measures 47.6 mm in height, 31.75 mm in width, and 34.92 mm in length.
    • PETRA DIAMONDS - owner of the Cullinan diamond mine.
    • PETRA DIAMONDS' LATEST FIND: 507.55 carat diamond - rough white diamond recovered at the Cullinan mine on 24 September 2009.
    • Princie diamond - approximately 34.65 carat cushion-cut fancy intense pink diamond discovered 300 years ago in the Golconda mines. Christie's (who auctioned it on Tuesday 16/04/2013, when it fetched a price of 39.3 million dollars) say that the Princie Diamond is believed to be the third largest pink diamond in the world after the Darya-ye Noor (ca. 175 to 195 carats) and the Noor-ol-Ain (ca. 60 carats) which are both part of the Iranian Crown Jewels but which were both cut, according to experts, from one single ca. 242 carat pink diamond.
    • Queen Sophie's Diamond Tiara.
    • Queen Sophie's Diamond Tiara - The Royal Order of Sartorial Splendor.
    • RAIMAN ROCKS - large carat diamonds Los Angeles, CA, U.S.A.
    • SAFDICO | SOUTH AFRICAN DIAMOND CORPORATION - one of the world's leading diamond manufacturing and trading companies.
    • The Sancy, a pale yellow diamond of 55.23 carats (11.046 g).
    • Sancy - pale yellow diamond of 55.23 carats (11.046 g), was once reputed to have belonged to the Mughals of antiquity, but is more likely of Indian origin owing to its cut, which is unusual by Western standards. The Sancy's known history began circa 1570. The prominent Astor family possessed it for 72 years until the 4th Viscount Astor sold it to the Louvre for $1 million in 1978.
    • SOTHEBY'S DIAMONDS - "A Marriage of Jewellery and Art."
    • SOTHEBY'S GENEVA - world's largest flawless blue 7.03 diamond sold for US$9,488,754 on May 12th, 2009.
    • SUN-DROP DIAMOND - the world's largest known yellow diamond (110.3 ct.) has been sold at auction for CHF10 mio./US$10,915 mio. at Sotheby's Geneva on November 15, 2011.
    • TAYLOR-BURTON DIAMOND - 68 carats.
    • THE CENTENARY - 273.15 carats.
    • THE CULLINAN - aka the Star of Africa. 530.20 carats.
    • THE GRAFF PINK - 24.78 carats, Fancy Intense Pink, Natural Colour, VVS2 Clarity. World's most expensive gem: CHF45,442,500 / US$46,158,674. Bought at Sotheby's Geneva on November 16, 2010 by London jeweller Laurence Graff.
    • The Hope Diamond at Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, 700 Independence Ave SW, Washington, DC 20560, U.S.A.
    • THE HOPE DIAMOND - 45.52 carats. On display at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History.
    • THE MILLENNIUM STAR - 203.04 carats.
    • The Pink Star (weighing 59.60 carats) - The most valuable diamond to ever be offered at auction sold for US$83.2 million at Sotheby's in Geneva on November 13, 2013.
    • The Pink Star - weighing 59.60 carats, this oval-cut diamond is the largest flawless or internally flawless, fancy vivid pink diamond that the Gemological Institute of America (GIA) has ever graded. The most valuable diamond to ever be offered at auction sold for US$83.2 million at Sotheby's in Geneva on November 13, 2013.
    • The Premier Blue - 7.59 carat round brilliant-cut internally flawless (IF) fancy vivid blue diamond.
    • The Premier Blue - 7.59 carat round brilliant-cut internally flawless (IF) fancy vivid blue diamond.
    • THE SPIRIT OF DE GRISOGONO DIAMOND - world's largest cut black diamond and the world's fifth largest diamond overall.
    • Tiffany Yellow Diamond - 128.54 carats (25.108 g).
    • Tiffany Yellow Diamond -one of the largest yellow diamonds ever discovered; its carat weight is 287.42 carats (57.484 g) in the rough when discovered in 1878 in the Kimberley mine in South Africa, and was cut into a cushion shape of 128.54 carats (25.108 g) with 82 facets - 24 more than a traditional round brilliant—to maximize its brilliance.
    • WITTELSBACH-GRAFF DIAMOND - 31.06 carats.
    • Largest Diamond (118.28-carat D-Flawless) Ever Sold At Auction Fetches US$30.6 Million.
    • WORLD AUCTION RECORD FOR A WHITE DIAMOND - 118.28-carat D-Flawless diamond sold for of HK$238.68 million / US$30.06 million on October 7, 2015 at Sotheby's Hong Kong.
  • BaselWorld.
  • 165 Jewelry Trade Shows - EventsEye.
  • Trade fair - Wikipedia.
    • Antwerp Diamond Trade Fair - since 2010. "The Fair is a unique opportunity for jewellery manufacturers, designers and retailers to source their diamonds in the world's diamond capital!"
    • BASELWORLD - "The World Watch and Jewellery Show." The most important trade show of the international watch and jewellery industry, organized each spring in the city of Basel, Switzerland.
    • BIENNALE DES ANTIQUAIRES - since 1962. Biannual antiques fair held at the Grand Palais in Paris, France.
    • DUBAI INTERNATIONAL JEWELLERY WEEK - since 1995. The region’s largest showcase of jewellery, gold & precious metals, diamonds & colored stones. One of the most glamorous social events in the Dubai calendar.
    • Hangzhou International Jewellery & Gem Fair - venue: the Zhejiang World Trade International Exhibition Center located near the Huanglong business district.
    • HONG KONG INTERNATIONAL JEWELLERY SHOW - March, 4-8, 2015. Asia’s largest spring jewellery show will offer jewellery of all kinds as well as loose diamonds, pearls and gemstones from about 3,000 exhibitors at: Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre.
    • INDIA INTERNATIONAL JEWELLERY SHOW - venue: Bombay Exhibition Centre. Organizer: The Gem & Jewellery Export Promotion Council.
    • Inhorgenta Munich - "Trade Show for Jewelry and Watches."
    • International Jewellery London - "London's exclusive jewellery event where talented, cutting edge British and International designers are hand-selected."
    • Istanbul JEWELLERY SHOW - offers an unique network and business opportunities to jewellery professionals from Eastern Europe to Near Asia, Russia to North Africa, From CIS countries to Middle East as a leading fair in jewellery industry.
    • Jewellery Arabia -"The largest and most prestigious jewellery exhibition in the Middle East. Since its inception in 1992, it has provided international jewellery houses with unrivaled direct access to trade buyers and private collectors from throughout this important economic sector." Venue: Bahrain International Exhibition and Convention Centre.
    • Masterpiece Fair London - since 2010. "The leading international cross-collecting Fair for art, antiques and design, has become a must-attend event at the heart of the capital’s busy summer art and auction season."
    • New York Art, Antique & Jewelry Show - features the collections of renowned international dealers, attracts tens of thousands of private collectors, museum curators, investors and interior designers.
    • Singapore International Jewelry Expo - "There is no finer place to display your jewelry collection than at the dazzling Singapore International Jewelry Expo 2015." Venue: Marina Bay Sands.
    • Vietnam Jewelry Show - "Vietnam's Premier International Jewelry & Watch Show."
  • Gold bars.
  • GOLD - Wikipedia.
  • WORLD GOLD COUNCIL - the World Gold Council’s mission is to stimulate and sustain the demand for gold and to create enduring value for its stakeholders. The organisation represents the world’s leading gold mining companies.
    • 50-gram CombiBars.
    • 50-gram CombiBar - "Is There Gold in Your Wallet?" Due to global banking and European currency crises, more and more investors have started to demand a higher number of small bars rather than few larger ones to increase their flexibility in the event of an economic crisis. CombiBars are similar in dimension to a credit card. Their convenient size means that a Combi Bar can be easily and discreetly carried in your wallet. Just like standard bullion, CombiBars and the individual bars from the CombiBars can be sold at any time to precious metal dealers at the current purchasing rates.
    • GOLDAVENUE GENÈVE - bullion ingots, bullion pendants, minted coins, IcOns.
    Jewellery Auctions
  • Jewellery being sold at an auction.
  • ARTCURIAL - Paris, France. International auctioneers.
  • Bonham - "With over 40 auctions taking place throughout the year, Bonhams has more dedicated jewellery auctions than any other international auctioneer. We hold auction sales in all the key jewellery markets: New York, London and Hong Kong, as well as Sydney and Los Angeles. Each location has a team of locally based qualified gemmologists who are able to assist and advise with the sale or purchase of jewellery."
  • CHRISTIE'S - "Christie's holds 26 jewelry sales a year in Amsterdam, Dubai, Geneva, Hong Kong, London, New York, Milan and Paris."
  • Fellows - established 1876. "The name Fellows is highly respected in both the UK and global markets, a reputation earned by over one hundred years of selling jewellery. We have a team of approximately twenty full time jewellery specialists, many of whom hold formal qualifications in gemmology and diamond grading. Jewellery auctions are categorised into three different sales; Antique & Modern Jewellery, Vintage Jewellery & Accessories and fortnightly auctions of Jewellery. The diversity of our jewellery lots is astonishing, each sale has a variety of offerings from dazzling period pieces, innovative contemporary styles to designer items from Bulgari, Cartier and Tiffany & Co to name a few. We strive to satisfy the needs of every buyer or seller with these three auction options."
  • LESLIE HINDMAN AUCTIONEERS - "Leslie Hindman Auctioneers’ Fine Jewelry department handles jewelry from individuals, estates and institutions spanning the 19th century to the modern day. Our auctions showcase works by Buccellati, Bulgari, Cartier, David Webb, Harry Winston, Schlumberger, Tiffany & Co., Verdura, Van Cleef & Arpels, among many others."
  • SOTHEBY'S GENEVA - "Established in 1976, Sotheby's Geneva held its first Jewellery and Watches sales in 1980. Located in the major world centre for Jewellery auctions, Sotheby's Geneva has held many notable world-class sales at its historic Beau-Rivage Hotel location on the shore of Lake Geneva."
  • Barbara Hutton / Marie Antoinette Pearl Necklace
  • BARODA PEARLS - the most important pearl necklace ever seen at auction.
  • Baroque pearl - pearls with an irregular non-spherical shape. Shapes can range from minor aberrations to distinctly ovoid, curved, pinch, or lumpy shapes.
  • Conch Pearls - Wikipedia.
  • The US$6.7 Million 'Jewel of Kashmir' & US$5.2 Million 'Cowdray Pearls' Set Auction Records.
  • Cowdray Pearls - "One of Nature’s Most Opulent Creations."
  • Cultured pearl - a pearl created by a pearl farmer under controlled conditions.
  • Daisy Buchanan's $4.7 Million Pearl Necklace - Forbes.
  • Jackie Kennedy Triple-Strand Faux Pearl Necklace: US$165.
  • Jackie Kennedy Triple-Strand Faux Pearl Necklace - US$165.
  • Jackie Kennedy Onassis wearing the three strand set of simulated pearl necklace which sold for over £50,000.
  • Jackie Kennedy's Legendary 3 Strand Faux Pearl Necklace - US$211,500.
  • The famous La Peregrina pearl on Elizabeth Taylor.
  • LA PEREGRINA PEARL - one of the most famous pearls in the world. Its history spans almost 500 years. Most recently, the pearl belonged to Elizabeth Taylor.
  • Marlm - "On MARLM, you will find the most beautiful pearl pieces from all over the world. Learn about the collectors and see their private collections. MARLM is proud to feature pieces from leading jewellers, private collections, auction houses, estates, and museums."
  • Mary Tudor pearl - measures 258.12 grains (64.5 carats, 69.8 carats with its diamond cap) making it the third-largest (documented) well-formed natural pearl drop.
  • Melo Melo Pearls - Wikipedia.
  • Natural pearl - fine quality natural pearls are very rare jewels. Their values are determined similarly to those of other precious gems, according to size, shape, color, quality of surface, orient and luster.
  • PEARL - Wikipedia.
  • PEARL-GUIDE - the world's largest pearl information source.
  • Robert Wan Museum - "The world's only museum dedicated to pearls." Tahiti.
  • THE HISTORY OF PEARLS - the perfect pearl.
  • The world's most expensive pearls - Marlm.
    • Akoya Pearls - Mikomoto.
    • AUTORE - South Sea Pearls | Pearl Jewellery.
    • Dora Fourcade Designs - "Pacific Pearls." Your source for the most precious pearls from around the globe, with jewelry and strands designed by one of the world's leading producers of the exceptional Tahitian pearl.
    • Fallon - "Modern Pearls."
    • Linneys - since 1972. Pearl strands.
    • LOUIS GOLAY - "Swiss jewelers since 1887." Comprehensive range of cultured pearls and pearl jewellery.
    • MIKIMOTO - "Since Kokichi Mikimoto succeeded in creating the world’s first cultured pearl in 1893, MIKIMOTO has been dedicated to presenting only the finest quality cultured pearls. The MIKIMOTO sorting process and proprietary grading system assures that every customer acquires only the most superb gems and pearl jewelry."
    • MISAKI - "Innovative Pearl Jewellery."
    • PASPALEY - "Paspaley is proud to be recognised as the source of the most beautiful and valuable pearls in the world."
    • Perles de Tahiti - Moea pearls.
    • - "Luxurious Pearl Necklaces."
    • Rosendorff - "Excellence since 1963." Pearl rings.
    • Taaroa Bijoux - Tahitian & Australian South Sea & Taaroa pearls. Online jewelry from French Polynesia.
    • The PEARL Source - "The Pearl Source is known for its exquisite collection of high-end pearl necklaces."
    • Winterson - "Luxury Pearl Jewellery."
    • Yvel - since 1986. "Yvel has captured the hearts of pearl lovers worldwide, winning the Town & Country Couture Design Award for three years in a row in 2005, 2006 and 2007."
  • Georg Jensen silverware.
  • SILVER - Wikipedia.
  • SILVERSMITH - Wikipedia.
  • STERLING SILVER - Glossary.
    • Arthur Price of England - "The art of cutlery and silverware since 1902."
    • CHRISTOFLE - founded in 1830. Manufacturer of fine silver flatware and home accessories based in France.
    • Ercuis - founded in 1867. Leading silversmith in France.
    • GEORG JENSEN - since 1904. Danish silversmith. The Copenhagen quarters were greatly expanded and before the end of the 1920s, Jensen had opened retail outlets as far ranging as New York, London, Paris, Stockholm, and Berlin.
    • Gorham Sterling Silver Flatware - Fairfax 66 Piece Set: US$16,800.
    • Gracious Style - since 1999. Sterling silver flatware.
    • HAMILTON & INCHES - "Edinburgh Since 1866."
    • Lifetime Sterling - "Your Direct Source for Sterling Silver." Lifetime Sterling is the proud manufacturers of some of the world’s most prestigious brands of sterling silver—Wallace, Gorham, Towle, Kirk Stieff, International Silver, and Tuttle—so when you purchase from us, you’re getting it straight from the source.
    • Reed & Barton - since 1824. Sterling flatware silverware.
    • Ricci Silversmiths - since 1840. "Italian by Design."
    • Robbe & Berking - since 1874. Considered by experts around the world to be unsurpassed silversmithing masterpieces. Experience gained in the course of five generations.
    • S. J. Phillips - "Dealers in Antique and Modern Silver, Jewellery and Objets de Vertu." 139 New Bond Street, London W1S 2TL, U.K.
    • STELTON CYLINDA-LINE STERLING SILVER BAR SERIES - 100 Bar series in 925s Sterling Silver: Danish designer Arne Jacobsen's world famous bar series.
    • STEPHEN WEBSTER - "Silver Capsule Collection."
    • Theo Fennell - since 1952. "Our Silver range reflects our design heritage but in materials that give us the freedom to explore new boundaries. Jewellery doesn't have to be expensive to be original and beautiful."
    • Wayfair - sterling flatware silverware.
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