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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.

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  • BaselWorld.
  • Antwerp Diamond Trade Fair - since 2009. "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. Venue: Congress Center Basel, Messeplatz 21, CH-4058 Basel, Switzerland. Baselworld postponed to January 2021. For health safety reasons and in accordance with the precautionary principle following the bans issued today by the federal and cantonal authorities, Baselworld announces that it has taken the decision to postpone the show to Thursday 28th January 2021 to Tuesday 2nd February 2021 (Press Day on Wednesday 27th January), due to concerns related to Covid-19.
  • Dubai International Jewellery Show - since 2016. "VOD Dubai International Jewellery Show is your gateway to the Middle East jewellery market. The unique jewellery event designed for trade and retail, taking place in one of the luxury destinations in the world at the Dubai World Trade Centre."
  • HONG KONG INTERNATIONAL JEWELLERY SHOW - since 1966. 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. August 3-6, 2020.
  • INDIA INTERNATIONAL JEWELLERY SHOW - venue: Bombay Exhibition Centre. Organizer: The Gem & Jewellery Export Promotion Council. "A 'B2B show', which essentially permits only business visitors, Jewellery manufacturers, importers, traders, retailers & students from Gem & Jewellery Institute from India and overseas." August 6-10, 2020.
  • Inhorgenta Munich - since 1973. "International Trade Fair for Jewelry, Watches, Design, Gemstones and Technology." February 19-22, 2021.
  • International Jewellery London | IJL - since 1956. "London's exclusive jewellery event where talented, cutting edge British and International designers are hand-selected." International Jewellery London (IJL) is the pre-eminent annual destination for the best of British fine jewellery, as well as leading brands from around the globe. Reed Exhibitions has announced that International Jewellery London, scheduled to take place at Alexandra Palace, London, from 13 to 15 September 2020, will be cancelled due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.
  • 50th Istanbul JEWELRY SHOW - since 1986. "The Region's Leading International Jewelry Trade Fair." As the most successful exhibition in the region, established in 1986, the Istanbul Jewelry Show provides unique business opportunities and knowledge sharing for industry professionals from across Europe to the Near East, from Russia to North Africa, from CIS Countries to the Middle East.
  • Japan Jewellery Fair - "The Biggest Jewellery Fair in Japan for Professional Jewellers." October 14-16, 2020.
  • Jewellery Arabia -since 1992. "The 29th Middle East International Jewellery & Watch Exhibition." Jewellery Arabia is the largest and most prestigious jewellery exhibition in the Middle East, showcasing over 550 leading manufacturers, world famous brands and unique designers from across the globe. Venue: Bahrain International Exhibition and Convention Centre. November 17-21, 2020.
  • 32nd LA BIENNALE PARIS - since 1962. "The unmissable gathering that launches the cultural season every Autumn, the Biennale Paris is one of the world’s leading art events, bringing together internationally renowned art and antique dealers, design galleries, jewellers and collectors under the iconic nave of the Grand Palais." Grand Palais, Paris, France. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic and the health risks associated with the organization of an international event, the 32nd edition of La Biennale Paris will be postponed to September 2021.
  • Masterpiece Fair London Jewellery & Watches - since 2010. "Masterpiece's exhibitors span all eras and disciplines and include many of the world's most distinguished art dealerships. Scrupulous vetting and thoughtful juxtaposition allow one to encounter beautiful works of art, have one's eyes opened to the unfamiliar, and buy with confidence."
  • 45th Mideast Watch & Jewellery Show - since 1993. Bi-annual exhibition. The success story of the MidEast Watch & Jewellery Show is unparalleled in the history of the regional jewellery industry. From the first event back in 1993 to the 44th edition, the show has grown to be an indispensable part of the jewellery industry and the flagship event of Expo Centre Sharjah, UAE. In light of the recent global developments around the COVID-19 virus and for health & safety reasons, in accordance with the precautionary measures taken by the UAE Government, the management of Expo Centre Sharjah has decided to combine the 48th and 49th editions of the Watch & Jewellery Middle East Show. Both editions will now be held together from 29-September to 3-October 2020.
  • New York Antique Jewelry & Watch Show - "The New York Antique Jewelry & Watch Show is our most intimate event serving the antique and estate jewelry and watch industry. With more than 100 of the most elite dealers, this show provides attendees access to premium examples of historical and unique merchandise showcased in a relaxed setting for customers and exhibitors to enjoy the shopping experience." 2020 Cancellation Announcement: Given the current state of uncertainty surrounding the global pandemic, as well as on-going concerns surrounding travel and utilizing public transportation in the coming months, we recognize that late July is simply too soon to collectively gather in large groups and therefore, we have decided to cancel our Summer event, scheduled to take place July 24-26, 2020.
  • New York City Jewelry & Watch Show - "The New York City Jewelry & Watch Show will take place in downtown Manhattan at the Metropolitan Pavilion this October 23-26, 2020. Over 100 distinguished dealers will showcase lavish array of antique and estate jewelry, vintage pieces, modern collections and fabulous watches."
  • Singapore International Jewelry Expo 2021 - "This year, SIJE will present a special edition dedicated to business continuity and recovery for the jewelry trade in Singapore and the ASEAN region!" Venue: Marina Bay Sands Expo & Convention Centre. July 8-11, 2021.
  • 18th TOP MARQUES Watches & Jewels - The Grimaldi Forum, Monaco. Vintage and limited editions. June 10-13, 2021.
  • Vietnam international jewelry fair - "VIJF is gradually becoming one of the most popular events and is appreciated as one of the biggest activities in the jewelry industry in Vietnam. The organizer is looking forward to the active participation's and support from gems and jewelry companies through the immediate registration of booths. We hope that VIJF Fair in Ho Chi Minh would be not only the most expected event of this year, but also a reliable site for domestic and international jewelry manufacturers and traders." VIJF 2020 has been postponed due to COVID-19.
    Jewellers & High Jewellery: A-Z
  • Bvlgari Heritage.
  • 26 Firsts from Boucheron - "Redefining luxury." 26 things you didn’t know about Maison Boucheron.
  • A Jewelry Icon: The Question Mark Necklace - The New York Times.
  • Bulgari Unveils Incredible Barocko Jewelry Collection With All Unique Pieces - "It is customary at the House of Bulgari to unveil spectacular new pieces of jewelry - most of them one-of-a-kinds - in a huge event that celebrates the brand’s rich Roman roots and magnificent abilities at gem-setting and selecting stones. This year, Bulgari releases its new high-jewelry collection under the name of Barocko. Naturally, due to Covid-19, the brand was unable to hold its typical event, and instead opted for a digital release of the new collection - via a dedicated app."
  • Cartier, Bulgari & Others Shun a Top Jewelry Showcase - The New York Times.
  • Cartier’s Coloratura high jewellery is a celebration of diversity & colour - The Telegraph.
  • Dior À Versailles CÔtÉs Jardins - "A magical stroll around the gardens of Versailles."
  • Eleuteri, a Vintage Jeweler, Brings Italian Glamour to New York - The New York Times.
  • Harry Winston unveils the Legacy jewellery collection - "A high jewellery love letter to the King of Diamonds."
  • Haute Jewelry Is Hot - The New York Times.
  • Inside La Pausa: Coco Chanel's Côte d'Azur hideaway that inspired the new high jewellery collection - The Telegraph.
  • JEWELLERY - Wikipedia.
  • largest ever private collection of Grima jewellery - The Telegraph.
  • LIST OF JEWELLERS - Wikipedia.
  • List of jewellery types - Wikipedia.
  • Luxury Investments Around the World Compared - infographic - "Do you enjoy the finer things in life? For many of the world’s wealthy individuals, acquiring luxury goods such as art, fine wine, and watches is a passion. Unlike traditional investments in financial assets, luxury goods can be difficult to value if one does not have an appreciation for their form. A rare painting, for example, does not generate cash flows, meaning its value is truly in the eye of the beholder. To gain some insight into the market for luxury goods, this infographic takes data from Knight Frank’s 2021 Wealth Report to compare the preferences of nine global regions."
  • The most spectacular High Jewellery at Paris Haute Couture Week - The Telegraph.
  • The perfect setting: how jeweller Giampiero Bodino gave Villa Mozart its sparkle back - The Telegraph.
  • Tiffany & Co.: leading the way in ethically produced jewellery - The Telegraph.
  • Venice’s Jeweler to the Stars Is Also Its Best-Kept Secret - "At Casa Codognato, the rich and famous shop for macabre, erotic, and cheeky totems."
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  • ADLER - founded in 1886. "Adler jewellery embodies dreams of enchanting legends, intimate encounters, faraway journeys and subtle emotions." Geneva, Switzerland.
  • ALAIN SAUSER - since 1997.
  • ALEXANDER AMOSU - bespoke jewellery & accessories.
  • ALEXIS BITTAR - since 1995. Discover Brooklyn based designer, Alexis Bittar's, signature jewelry creations that embrace a bold aesthetic and straddle art and fashion.
  • Ara Vartanian - since 2005. "The concept behind ARA VARTANIAN’s jewelry atelier encompasses, above all, ideas about shape, singularity, precious stones and the intrinsic power of enriched geological material becoming an emblematic piece. All in the pursuit of purity, uniqueness and innovative transformation. Art, substance, a dream: this is how we envision jewelry." Notable celebrity clients: Naomi Campbell, Liv Tyler, Kate Moss & Sharon Stone.
  • ASPINAL OF LONDON - since 1999. "Fine Jewellery". Refined elegance and a sense of understated decadence echo within Aspinal of London's collection of Fine Jewellery. Explore a contemporary angle with our chunky Cuff Bracelets or embrace classic opulence with graceful pearl necklaces, sparkling studs and heirloom-inspired gemstone clusters. From exquisite rings set with striking ruby and sapphire to delicate pearl drop earrings and diamond encrusted pendants, each piece within the range is a thing of beauty to treasure.
  • Asprey London Flagship Store, 167 New Bond Street, London W1S 4AY, U.K.
  • ASPREY - "British Luxury Goods Since 1781." The British Royal family’s personal jewelers.
  • ATELIER YOZU - since 1996. Atelier Yozu is situated in the Wall Street District of Manhattan.
  • Attilio Codognato - since 1866. "The Codognato jeweler’s has been a landmark of Venice for over a century. It remains a distinguished island in a city whose heart has tended to erode."
  • AUDEMARS PIGUET - since 1875. "Haute Joaillerie." Disrupting traditional ideas of gem-set watches while displaying a true desire to break the rules, technically and creatively.
  • AUTORE - South Sea Pearls | Pearl Jewellery.
  • AVAKIAN - since 1969. Avakian is a synonym of exclusive jewelry, made by the finest craftsmanship incorporating the most precious and elegant gemstones. Avakian carries classic jewellery, bespoke Haute Joaillerie, time pieces and men’s accessories. Avakian has a presence in 5 international cities, Geneva, London, Moscow, Los Angeles and at the famous Four Seasons Hotel New York since December 2010.
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  • BACCARAT - since 1764.
  • BEAUDRY - "One of a kind, hand-crafted pieces utilizing old-world techniques and featuring timeless design elements and the finest diamonds and precious metals." Beaudry’s jewels have adorned celebrities like Beyonce, Carrie Underwood, Christina Aguilera, Britney Spears, Barbara Streisand, Katherine Heigl and “Gossip Girl’s” queen of bling Michelle Trachtenberg.
  • BENOIT DE GORSKI - Geneva & Gstaad, Switzerland.
  • Bentley & Skinner - 55 Piccadilly, London, U.K. Founded in 1880, and began supplying jewelry to the English royal family during Queen Victoria's reign. Specialising in antique and period jewellery, and for creating a diamond encrusted skull for artist Damien Hirst: For the Love of God.
  • BIJAN - since 1976. 420 N Rodeo Dr, Beverly Hills, California, CA 90210, U.S.A.
  • Bina Goenka - "Her work embraces warm minimalism that celebrates the handmade rather than the mass-produced the joy of finding something unique, handmade and original."
  • Boehmer et Bassenge.
  • Boehmer et Bassenge - "Maison de Haute Joaillerie." Named in honour of the 18th-century royal jewellers to King Louis XV.
  • Boodles, Bond Street, 178 New Bond St., London W1S 4RH, U.K.
  • BOODLES - "Britains Finest Jewellers since 1798." Bespoke & Fine Diamond Jewellery.
  • BOSOVI - men's rings.
  • Boucheron Store.
  • BOUCHERON - founded in 1858. The first jeweller to move to 26 Place Vendôme, Paris in 1893.
  • Boulle
  • BREGUET founded in 1775.
  • Buccellati Flagship Store, 810 Madison Avenue, New York City, NY 10065, United States.
  • BUCCELLATI - founded in 1919.
  • BUCHERER - founded in 1888.
  • BUGATTI DIAMONDS
  • Bvlgari Flagship Store, Via dei Condotti, 10, 00187 Rome, Italy.
  • BVLGARI - founded in 1884. Subsidiary of LVMH.
  • BY KARIN E
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  • CANTURI
  • Carrera y Carrera - founded in 1885. Madrid, Spain.
  • Cartier Flagship Store, 13 Rue de la Paix, 75002 Paris, France.
  • CARTIER - founded in Paris in 1847 by Louis-François Cartier.
  • CASATO - Rome, Italy.
  • CESARE PACIOTTI JEWELS
  • Chanel's Côte d'Azur hideaway that inspired the new high jewellery collection.
  • CHANEL JOAILLERIE - Fine Jewelry Collection. Mademoiselle Chanel's first collection: November 1932.
  • CHANTECLER - founded in 1947.
  • CHARLES KRYPELL
  • CHARRIOL - founded in 1983.
  • Boutique Vendôme. 12, place Vendôme 75001 Paris, France.
  • CHAUMET - "La Marque des Princesses." Founded in Paris in 1780. Subsidiary of LVMH.
  • Chopard Flagship Store, 27 Rue du Rhône, 1204 Geneva, Switzerland.
  • CHOPARD - founded in 1860. "High Jewelry Manufacturer." The master craftsmen of the Geneva-based company exquisitely reinvent and magnify every beam of luminous magic with each unique Haute Joaillerie creation. In the Chopard workshops, everything begins with a story of hands, those of the expert, patient and inventive artisans within the Manufacture who successively apply their skills to these exceptional creations. Chopard is keenly aware that the most precious heritage is above all the skills required for crafting these exceptional pieces. Chopard creations are integral to the Maison's proud High Jewelry tradition.
  • CHRIS AIRE
  • CIRCA - "CIRCA is the largest international buyer of fine jewelry, diamonds and watches."
  • CRONIERS
  • CRUMLEY
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  • Damiani - 'Handmade in Italy Since 1924'.
  • DAMIANI - "Handmade in Italy Since 1924." Damiani jewelry, the expression of the Italian style worldwide.
  • DARIA DE KONING
  • David Birnbaum - "Rare and Exquisite Jewelry, Diamonds and Gemstones."
  • DAVID MORRIS - "Creators of beautiful jewellery."
  • David Webb Elizabeth Taylor Makara bracelet.
  • DAVID WEBB - founded in 1948. "The 'go to' jeweler in Manhattan". Among his clients were Elizabeth Taylor, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, & Barbra Streisand.
  • DAVID YURMAN - since 1980. "Discover the artistry and inspiration of America’s preeminent jewelry designer."
  • De Beers High Jewellery - 'Diamonds of Character'.
  • DE BEERS JEWELLERY - since 2002. "Because a diamond is forever." Subsidiary of LVMH.
  • DE GRISOGONO - founded in 1993.
  • DI MODOLO
  • DIAMOND IN THE ROUGH - launched in 2003 as a unique fashion statement to showcase the beauty of rough diamonds to individual clients.
  • DINH VAN JOAILLIER
  • Dior à Versailles, Côté Jardins: Dior Orangerie Rubellite ring.
  • DIOR - opened of the first Parisian Dior Fine Jewellery boutique in 1999 on 28, avenue Montaigne, Paris.
  • DO DO JEWELLERY
  • DYNAMIC DIAMOND CORP.
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  • EDOUARD NAHUM - Paris, Cannes, Monte-Carlo.
  • Eleuteri - 19 E 69th St, New York City. Since 1897. Rome - Milan - Venice - Cortina - Porto Cervo. "Vintage Jewelry." Collections of unusual vintage jewels by esteemed houses like Bulgari, Cartier and Van Cleef & Arpels sparkle inside the cabinets alongside 18th century Southern Italian coral items, rare silverware and baubles shining with the million hues of diamonds, rubies, emeralds and more.
  • Elizabeth Gage - since 1964. "Timeless and Unique."
  • Erica Courtney
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  • House of Fabergé.
  • FABERGÉ - jewelry since 1842.
  • FEDERICO BUCCELLATI - worldwide.
  • FILIGRANA BY ZANI - the jewelry of Zani Gugelmann.
  • Forevermark - since 2008. "Forevermark is a diamond jewellery brand brought to you by the De Beers group of companies. Each Forevermark diamond is inscribed with a promise: a promise that it is beautiful, rare and has been responsibly sourced."
  • Franco Pianegonda - "Enjoy all you are."
  • Boutique Fred Vendôme, 7 place Vendôme, 75001 Paris, France.
  • FRED JOAILLIER - founded in 1936. Subsidiary of LVMH.
  • FRED LEIGHTON - specialize in vintage jewelry from the eighteenth, nineteenth, and twentieth centuries.
  • FREY WILLE - "Distinctive jewellery from Vienna."
  • Fulco di Verdura - influential Italian jeweller.
  • FURRER-JACOT - founded in 1858.
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  • GANJAM - jewellers since 1889.
  • Garrard Flagship Store, 24 Albemarle Street, London W1S 4HT, U.K.
  • GARRARD - the oldest jeweller in the world, established 1735.
  • GEOFFREY GOOD
  • Georg Jensen Flagship Store, Amagertorv 4, 1160 Copenhnagen K, Denmark.
  • GEORG JENSEN - founded in 1904.
  • George W. Headley - (1908-1985). Was a noted twentieth-century jewelry designer, collector & socialite. As a designer, he was known for collaborations with Salvador Dalí, Paul Flato, David Webb & Cartier, between the 1920s and 1960s, with clients including Douglas Fairbanks, Gary Cooper, the Marx Brothers, Judy Garland & Joan Crawford.
  • GILAN JEWELLERY - founded in 1980.
  • giampiero bodino - "Italian High Jewellery."
  • GLADSTONE JEWELLERY
  • Master Jeweler Glenn Spiro Debuts G London Collection at Harrods.
  • Glen Spiro - "It is, and always has been, about the stones. Everything we create is made to complement and respond to these rare and exquisite gems."
  • Golda Jewelry - established in 1981.
  • Goossens Paris -founded in 1950. "Years of expertise and a relentless pursuit of excellence: founded in 1950, the goldsmith Goossens has melted the precious dreams of Couture designers into gold, bronze or silver and transformed them into exceptional jewelry and ornaments."
  • Graff Flagship Store, 6-8 New Bond Street, London W1S 3SJ, U.K.
  • GRAFF - founded in 1960. "The Most Fabulous Jewels in the World." Graff’s passion for creating the most magnificent jewels is unwavering. Featuring only the most exceptional stones hand-selected by the Graff family, our high jewellery collection harnesses the innate beauty of nature’s most beautiful creations.
  • GRAFF ENGAGEMENT RINGS - "Graff diamond engagement ring settings are inspired by the notable gemstones that have passed through our House over the course of our history. Each ring setting is uniquely created by the artisans who care for our record-breaking diamonds, ensuring they receive Graff’s exacting craftsmanship and devotion."
  • Greene & Co. - "International diamond and jewelry company with a showroom in Beverly Hills and a network of Client Relations Managers. As an industry connoisseur and expert since 1995, the founder, Michael Greene, is best known for his bespoke diamond and precious gemstone creations."
  • GREGG RUTH - founded in 1981. "Timeless elegance."
  • GRIFFIN JEWELLERS - "We supply genuine, certified and numbered Fabergé pieces."
  • Grima Jewellery Amethyst ring.
  • GRIMA - Andrew Grima (1921-2007) was an Anglo-Italian designer who became known as the doyen of modern jewellery design in Britain. Since Andrew’s death in 2007, his wife Jojo and daughter Francesca continue the tradition of creating highly original handmade jewellery. A limited collection of 20 to 30 pieces is created each year.
  • GRIMOLDI MILANO
  • GURHAN - founded 1997.
  • Guy Bedarida - internationally acclaimed designer of jewelry and luxury objects.
  • GUY ELLIA
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  • H.STERN - since 1945. Luxury jewelry brand visible in the most sought-after places in the world: on the wrists, necks and fingers of Hollywood celebrities.
  • HAMILTON & INCHES - Scotland's leading jewellery and luxury goods store.
  • Hancocks - "Purveyors of the finest vintage and contemporary jewellery in the heart of London, since 1849."
  • Harry Winston Flagship Store, 718 5th Avenue at 56th Street, New York City, NY 10019, United States.
  • HARRY WINSTON - founded 1932. Since January 2013 owned by the Swatch Group.
  • HARUMI KLOSSOWSKA DE ROLA
  • HEARTS ON FIRE
  • HELEN YARMAK - Milan, New York, Moscow.
  • HENRY DUNAY
  • HIRSH LONDON - handmade jewellery since 1980.
  • HOUSE OF BOLIN - (St. Petersburg: 1790-1916). One of the oldest firms specializing in jewelry and silverware that still remains in the hands of one and the same family, since 1791 in Stockholm as W.A. Bolin.
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  • ilias lalaounis - Athens, Greece. "Every Piece Of Jewelry Has A Story To Tell..."
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  • JACOB & CO. - founded in 1986.
  • JAHAN
  • JANIS PROVISOR JEWELRY
  • Jean Schlumberger - French jewelry designer especially well known for his work at Tiffany & Co.
  • Jewellery Theatre - 44 Old Bond St, London, England, U.K.
  • JOE RODEO - since 1980.
  • JOHN HARDY - founded 1975. Known for its Asian inspired designs and traditional handmade jewelry techniques. It markets itself as a “sustainable luxury” brand.
  • JUDE FRANCES
  • JUDITH RIPKA
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  • Kieselstein-Cord
  • KIMBERLY MCDONALD - "Bespoke. Coveted. Eternal."
  • KORLOFF - Paris, France.
  • KRISTOF'S JEWELERS - Sherman Oaks, CA, U.S.A.
  • KWIAT - founded in 1907.
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  • LA PIRAMIDE - Milan, Italy.
  • lalaounis - Athens, Greece.
  • LANDOUX - rings, necklaces and earrings.
  • LEVIEV - "Home to the World's Most Extraordinary Diamonds." Flagship boutique on London's Old Bond Street, U.K. since 2006.
  • LINHARDT DESIGN STUDIO
  • LIV BALLARD
  • Lorraine Schwartz.
  • LORRAINE SCHWARTZ - "Queen of Bling." The go-to jeweller for red carpet glamour. Lorraine Schwartz Jewelry is sold only at Bergdorf Goodman in New York City, by appointment at her 5th Avenue showroom in Manhattan and by private commission.
  • LOUIS GOLAY - Swiss jewelers since 1887.
  • Louis Vuitton Haute Joaillerie, 23, place Vendôme, 75001 Paris, France.
  • LOUIS VUITTON Haute Joaillerie - 23, place Vendôme, 75001 Paris, France.
  • LUGANO DIAMONDS - established in 2005. Newport Beach, CA, U.S.A. "Dedicated to becoming a client's jeweler for life."
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  • Mappin & Webb, 132 Regent St, London W1B 5SF, U.K.
  • Mappin & Webb - since 1774.
  • MARCO BICEGO
  • Napoleon Diamond Necklace at Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, 700 Independence Ave SW, Washington, DC 20560, U.S.A.
  • Marie-Étienne Nitot - (1750-1809). French jeweller, official jeweller to the Emperor Napoleon, and founder of the House of Chaumet.
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  • MARTIN KATZ - "Jewels. Like No Other." Beverly Hills, CA, U.S.A. "His striking creations have commanded the Hollywood Red Carpet for nearly two decades."
  • MAUBOUSSIN - founded in Paris 1827. Greta Garbo and Marlene Dietrich adored the Mauboussin House jewelry.
  • MELLERIO DITS MELLER - since 1613.
  • MEYERS
  • MICHAEL B. - "Commitment to Excellence."
  • Mikimoto, 179 Bond Street, London W1S 4RJ, U.K.
  • MIKIMOTO - in 1893 founder Kokichi Mikomoto became the first in the world to successfully culture a pearl.
  • Misahara
  • MISAKI
  • MOUAWAD - "Dedicated to the pursuit of artistic excellence and technical perfection, creating jewelry of unsurpassed beauty."
  • MONTBLANC - founded in 1906.
  • MOUSSAIEFF - London, U.K. & Geneva, Switzerland. Established in the mid-19th century.
  • MOVADO - founded in 1881.
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  • NEIL LANE - Los Angeles, CA, U.S.A.
  • NEIMAN MARCUS - Diamond and Gold His & Hers 50th Anniversary Charm Bracelet: US$248,000.
  • NIALAYA
  • Nirav Modi Classic Embrace Bangle.
  • Nirav Modi - "Haut Diamantaire." Luxury diamond jewellery with over a century of diamantaire legacy. Discover the finest diamond jewels for everyday wear and special ...
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  • Omega Boutique, 711 Fifth Avenue, New York City, 10022 New York, U.S.A.
  • OMEGA FINE JEWELLERY - founded in 1848.
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  • PAGÉO JEWELERS
  • PALOMA PICASSO'S TIFFANY COLLECTION
  • PAMP | PRODUITS ARTISTIQUE METAUX PRECIEUX - an independent refiner of precious metals. Specializes in precious metal products for artistic use and corporate gifts. Any gold alloy can be manufactured upon request as well as the manufacture of contemporary jewelry design.
  • PANDORA
  • PASQUALE BRUNI
  • Paul Flato - was a popular American jeweler, based in New York City from the 1920s to the early 1940s. Considered the first celebrity jeweler.
  • PETER ALOISSON
  • Peter Hertz, Købmagergade 34, 1150 Copenhagen K, Denmark.
  • Peter Hertz - founded in 1834. Purveyor to the Danish Royal Court.
  • PETER MARCO - "Extraordinary Jewels of Beverly Hills."
  • Piaget Boutique, 730 Fifth Avenue, New York City, 10019 New York, U.S.A.
  • PIAGET - founded in 1874.
  • PINOMANNA - Modena, Italy.
  • POIRAY - since 1975.
  • Pomellato Boutique.
  • POMELLATO - Milan, Italy. Founded in 1967, introducing the concept of prêt-à-porter jewellery. Ranks among the first five European jewellers by sales.
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  • RAFAELLO & CO.
  • RAIMAN ROCKS - large carat diamonds Los Angeles, CA, U.S.A.
  • Ralph Lauren Fine Jewelry Store, 888 Madison Avenue, New York City, NY 10021, U.S.A.
  • RALPH LAUREN FINE JEWELRY STORE - 888 Madison Avenue, New York City, NY 10021, U.S.A.
  • REINHOLD JEWELERS
  • REPOSSI - founded in 1920. 6 Place Vendôme, Paris, France. Where Diana's lover Dodi Al Fayed bought an engagement ring the day before the couple were killed in a car crash in Paris on August 31, 1997.
  • ROBERT PROCOP - "Exceptional Jewels." Beverly Hills, Geneva & Hong Kong.
  • ROBERTO COIN - founded in 1977.
  • ROGER DUBOIS
  • ROGER VIVIER
  • ROYAL ASSCHER - founded in 1854.
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  • SABBADINI - via Montenapoleone 6, Milan, Italy.
  • Sabine Roemer Blaues Meer Blume.
  • Sabine Roemer - since 2007. "Each year Sabine creates a limited number of wearable art which are truly artistic and unique."
  • Sabyasachi Jewelry - since 2008. "Fine & Heritage Jewelry." Our ‘Fine Jewelry’ speaks of an amorous kinship between diamonds, rubies and emeralds. Old Golcondas interlaced with Goswara and rare Basra. Brilliant cuts, mutuals, rose cuts and fancy diamonds set in platinum and gold. Rose pink to rich red, Burmese rubies lend an air of classic sophistication, with silk, scattering light into brilliant facets.
  • samer halimeh new york - since 1999. "Exceptional Diamond Jewellery by Diamond Dealer Samer Halimeh. Rare Diamonds. Famed Diamonds. Rough and Polished Stones. Bridal Jewellery."
  • sanjay kasliwal - since 1852. "Hailing from a long line of jewelry designers, and owner of The Gem Palace in Jaipur, Sanjay Kasliwal's pieces marry an Italian sensibility and intricate traditional Indian designs." Also known as the jeweler for Maharajas and royalty from Europe and Middle East as well as international style leaders such as Princess Diana, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis and Marella Agnelli.
  • SASHA PRIMAK - "Since 1978, Sasha Primak has been creating breathtaking diamond jewelry for customers around the world. Sasha’s masterful production process fuses old-world Russian and Italian craftsmanship with the most cutting-edge technological innovations."
  • SAVRANSKY private jeweler - since 1929. "Savransky Private Jewelers masterpieces are entirely original, lovingly fashioned by the skillful hands of our Master Jewelers. In this world of mass production, Savransky offers you a spectacular and individual experience, as no two rings or necklaces are identical. Every Savransky piece is an exquisite statement creation, as unique as the person for whom it was personally created."
  • SCAVIA - since 1911.
  • Schroeder Joailliers - since 1877. "he Boutique collection offers a large selection of modern jewellery, solitaires, bracelets, earrings, pendants, necklaces and chokers by Schroeder Joailliers. Truly contemporary, this jewellery range is made in our workshop using only very high quality stones and precious materials, and is the result of a perfectly balanced combination of inspiration and skilled craftsmanship."
  • SCOTT KAY - "Scott Kay Jewelry is constantly raising the level of excellence in platinum engagement rings and bridal jewelry, and will continue to do so."
  • SHAMBALLA JEWELS - since 2005. "Fine jewellery in 18K gold and precious stones imbued with the Star of Shamballa - a reminder to shine with the power of Love, Joy, Compassion and Wisdom."
  • Shreve & Co., 200 Post St, San Francisco, CA 94108, U.S.A.
  • Shreve & Co. - since 1954. Established retailer of jewelry, from timepieces to diamonds, headquartered in San Francisco, California. It is considered the oldest commercial establishment in San Francisco.
  • SIEGELSON - since 1920. Estate Jewelry. 589 Fifth Avenue Suite 1501, New York City, New York 10017, U.S.A.
  • S. J. PHILLIPS - "We are leading dealers in Antique and Modern Silver, Jewellery and Objets de Vertu."
  • Solange Azagury-Partridge Stoned Necklace.
  • SOLANGE AZAGURY-PARTRIDGE
  • Sotheby's Diamonds: world's largest, rarest & most valuable' D-Flawless round diamond.
  • Sotheby's Diamonds - "Exceptional Diamonds. Curated by Sotheby's." Drawing on its unrivaled expertise and experience in jewellery, its legacy of trust and tradition, and its connections and connoisseurship, Sotheby’s has launched an entirely new contemporary collection of modern masterpieces: Sotheby’s Diamonds.
  • STARDUST
  • STEPHEN WEBSTER - since 2007 also Garrard's creative director.
  • Sutra Jewels Joie de Vivre Earrings.
  • SUTRA JEWELS - since 2008.
  • Suzanne Belperron - (1900–1983). Was an influential 20th-century jewellery designer based in Paris. She worked for the Boivin and Herz jewellery houses before the outbreak of World War II. Belperron had many important clients, from royalty, arts and showbusiness on both sides of the Atlantic.
  • SWAROVSKI CRYSTAL JEWELLERY - founded in 1895.
  • SYLVA & CIE
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  • TABBAH - jewellery house celebrating a heritage of 150 years of jewellery making craftsmanship. Their loyal client base includes celebrities and royalty.
  • Takat - founded in 1955. "Rare & Unique Jewels."
  • The Natural Sapphire Company - 'Our $45,000 Baby Rattle Presented To The Princess Charlotte!'
  • The Natural Sapphire Company - "Sapphire Specialists Since 1939." The authority in natural, untreated sapphire stones and jewelry since 1939. We have the largest collection of sapphires found online.
  • THE SHOPS AT MALLERIES - online mall designed for professionals who are in the antiques, art, fine furnishings, jewelry & luxury goods industry.
  • Tiffany & Co. Flagship Store, 727 Fifth Avenue & 57th Street, New York City, NY 10022, United States.
  • TIFFANY & CO. - since 1837.
  • TIRET - "(Re)Defining Luxury."
  • TORRINI - Firenze 1369.
  • TRADITIONAL JEWELERS - "Exceeding your expectations." Fine jewelry and luxury watches (Newport Beach & Malibu, CA, U.S.A.).
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  • Van Cleef & Arpels Flagship Store, 24 Place Vendôme, 75001 Paris, France.
  • VAN CLEEF & ARPELS - founded in 1906. Haute Joaillerie. Their pieces often feature flowers, animals, and fairies, and have been worn by style icons such as the Duchess of Windsor, Grace Kelly, and Elizabeth Taylor.
  • Verdura Double Crescent Bracelet - Gold & Diamond: US$67,500.
  • Verdura, 745 5th Avenue, New York City, NY 10019, U.S.A.
  • VERDURA - "Founded in 1939, Verdura is an American fine jeweler known for its timeless, elegant and distinctly original designs." 745 5th Avenue, New York City, NY 10019, U.S.A. In the 1930s, Coco Chanel asked Fulco to remount jewelry given to her by ex-lovers. The resulting design, the Maltese Cross Cuff, became a signature look for Chanel and the house of Verdura. In 2009, Verdura recreated 70 Maltese Cross Cuffs based on Fulco’s original design for Chanel.
  • VERRAGIO COLLECTIONS
  • Vever - (1821-1982). Was an eminent French jewellery house famous for its Art Nouveau designs.
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  • W.A. Bolin, Sturegatan 6, 114 35 Stockholm, Sweden.
  • W.A. BOLIN - founded in 1791. Located at Sturegatan 6, Stockholm, Sweden. The world’s oldest jeweller family still in business today. Court Jeweller to five Russian tsars (1790-1916 in St. Petersburg) and three Swedish kings.
  • Wallace Chan - "Beyond Jewelry." Founded in 1974 in Hong Kong. In 2012 Wallace Chan became the first and only Asian ever invited to exhibit at the world-renowned Biennale des Antiquaires in Paris, and in 2013 Wallace Chan was crowned Contemporary Jewelry Artist of the Year by Bazaar Jewelry.
  • Wartski, 14 Grafton Street, W1S 4DE, London, England, U.K.
  • WARTSKI - founded in 1865. Located at 14 Grafton Street in Mayfair, London, U.K. Family-owned firm of art and antique dealers, specialising in fine jewellery, gold boxes, silver and works of art by Fabergé.
  • Welby's - London 1827-1974.
  • WELLENDORFF - "The Finest German Jewellery Since 1893."
  • WEMPE
  • WILLIAM & SON - 10 Mount Street, Mayfair, London, U.K.
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  • XIV Karats Ltd. Jewelry - "Originally specializing in pearls and gold, XIV Karats Ltd. is a Beverly Hills jeweler that has now been faithfully serving four generations of customers. Their client base has grown to over 50,000 satisfied customers and includes a large roaster of A-list celebrities, Hollywood studios, Fortune 500 corporations and some of the most distinguished names on the Forbes list." 314 South Beverly Drive, Beverly Hills, CA 90212, U.S.A.
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  • Zegg & Cerlati, 1 Place du Casino, Monte-Carlo, Monaco.
  • ZEGG & CERLATI - 1, place du Casino, MC-9800 Monte-Carlo, Monaco.
  • Zolatas, Stadiou 9, Athens, Greece.
  • Zolotas - since 1895. Athens, Greece. "The house’s distinctive rings, drop earrings, necklaces and bracelets have been in the front line for more than a century."
    Jewellery Auctions
  • Jewellery being sold at an auction.
  • ARTCURIAL - since 2005. In just over 10 years, these spectacular Jewellery auctions have become unmissable events for connoisseurs and collectors from all over the world. International auctioneers. Paris, France & Monaco.
  • Bonham - founded in 1793. "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 - founded on December 5, 1766. "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."
  • HINDMAN AUCTIONEERS - since 1982. "Hindman is recognized internationally as a leading fine art auction house. With an unyielding focus on client service, Hindman offers holistic solutions to connect clients in local US cities to the global art market. Hindman operates more salesrooms in the United States than any other firm and conducts over 100 auctions annually in categories such as fine jewelry, fine art, modern design, books and manuscripts, furniture, decorative arts, couture, Asian works of art, arts of the American West, and numismatics, as well as special focus subjects as the need arises."
  • Phillips - since 1796. "Consign your property to an upcoming Jewels auction." We’re global. Our clients have collections all over the world. Along with our salerooms in New York, London, Geneva and Hong Kong, Phillips has specialists throughout the Americas, Europe and Asia. We can help you get your work to the right auction in the right place at the right time.
  • SOTHEBY'S Jewelry - Established 1744. Sotheby's offers the most extraordinary jewels in the world to discerning collectors looking for special designs dating from the 19th century to the present day. Our auctions feature rare and iconic examples of the artistic creativity of Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Tiffany & Co., Bulgari, Harry Winston, JAR, Graff, David Webb, Verdura, Boucheron, Chaumet, Suzanne Belperron, Boivin and Alexandre Reza, amongst others. The selection of top quality white and coloured diamonds, coloured gemstones and natural pearls is wide and varied, with many fresh-to-the-market examples from private collections, such as Queen Marie Antoinette’s Pearl, sold in Geneva for $36.2 million, a world record for a natural pearl. "Upcoming Auctions & Exhibitions." Magnificent Jewels and Noble Jewels: Part II: June 23, 2020.
    Jewellery Boxes
  • Acqua di Parma Jewellery Roll: £215.
  • ACQUA DI PARMA - since 1916. "The excellence of Italian craftsmanship." A soft leather jewellery roll with three wide inside pockets to house both small and large precious objects.
  • Agresti jewelry box.
  • Agresti - Made in Florence since 1949. "For those that have no security problems, our artisan tradition meets the style, along with the use of unique raw materials. The perfect complement for an elegant home. Useful in everyday life." Jewelry boxes & chests.
  • Agresti chest in polished white bird's eye maple with safe.
  • Agresti - Made in Florence since 1949. "Safety, elegance, refinement: these are the guidelines in Agresti, that for over 70 years has been manufacturing elegant strongboxes, chests, fine furniture skillfully handcrafted, and much more."
  • Agresti Shiny Black Jewel Box A9092: US$650.
  • Agresti Shiny Black Jewel Box - with 24 karat pink gold plated hardware. Necklace on the top and removable tray.
  • Anthony Holt Bentley Jewellery Box in Walnut: £4,995.
  • Anthony Holt - since 1915. Bentley Jewellery Box.
  • Asprey Ascot calf medium jewellery box with hallmarked sterling silver locks and fittings, and a removable jewellery envelope: US$2,850.
  • ASPREY - since 1781.
  • Betty Hemmings Leather Jewelry Box with 4-drawers: US$921.30.
  • B Hemmings & Co. - since 1978. "Our collection of leather-bound jewelry boxes, jewelry rolls, travel jewelry cases and leather trinket trays make the perfect home for all your treasures and keepsakes. Designed to ensure your valuables are kept organized and protected at home and while traveling these luxury jewelry organizers will make tangles, knots and lost pieces a thing of the past."
  • Buben & Zörweg Cosmopolitan jewelry box.
  • BUBEN & ZÖRWEG - since 1995. "Fascinating gem for noble jewellery." It is reflected in the brilliant appearance, for which valuable contents the COSMOPOLITAN was created: Hand-picked, fine woods and several layers of fine lacquer make this elegant jewellery box a masterpiece from BUBEN & Zörweg. The exquisite line continues inside: On black velour and in lovingly designed compartments, jewellery and gems await their grand appearance.
  • Small pink Casoro jewelry safe with drawers.
  • Casoro Jewelry Safes - since 2012. "Customized luxury jewelry safes for the home." Unique designer styling with maximum security. Variety of customizable features and security options.
  • Elie Bleu Jewellery Box Medium Size Orange Fruit Collection: €2,902.
  • ELIE BLEU Paris - since 1976. All models.
  • Etro Paisley Jewellery Case: US$610.
  • Etro - since 1968. Paisley Jewellery Case.
  • Ettinger Lifestyle Red Medium Stud or Jewellery Box: £105.
  • ETTINGER - medium stud / jewellery boxes.
  • Ettinger Lifestyle Red Large Jewellery Roll: £155.
  • ETTINGER - since 1934. "Made in England using traditional leathers, these stud boxes and jewellery rolls are beautiful examples of Ettinger's fine craftsmanship. Every young man and woman should own one of these smart jewellery boxes to elegantly store cufflinks, rings and necklaces throughout his or her life." Jewellery boxes & rolls.
  • Ghurka Clio women's Jewelry Chest No. 212: US$2,850.
  • Ghurka - since 1975. Women's jewelry chest.
  • Ghurka jewellery roll: US$395.
  • Ghurka - since 1975. Jewellery roll.
  • Globe-Trotter Safari 9-inch Jewellery Case – Ivory/Natural: £1,135.
  • Globe-Trotter - since 1897. "The Safari collection pays homage to the timeless elegance of travel in the late 1920s. Available in Ivory or Coffee Brown, the collection is handcrafted in Hertfordshire with a natural leather trim, which is designed to darken with age, developing a rich patina with every journey."
  • Katherine Pooley Eva shagreen jewellery box: £2,765.
  • KATHARINE POOLEY - since 2004. "Shagreen Jewellery Box."
  • Linley Hepburn Jewellery Box in Quilted Maple: £5,000.
  • LINLEY - since 1985. "Stunning hand crafted boxes for housing jewellery, trinkets & watches."
  • Louis Vuitton Boîte À Bijoux.
  • Louis Vuitton BoÎte À Bijoux - since 1854.
  • Louis Vuitton Boite bijoux: US$10,500.
  • Louis Vuitton Boite bijoux - since 1854. "This jewellery case in Monogram canvas is the ideal refined travel accessory. It features 13 different-sized compartments and closes securely with an S-lock and two trunk latches."
  • Louis Vuitton Nice Jewelry Case: US$1,510.
  • Louis Vuitton NICE JEWELRY CASE - since 1854. "Meet the modern travel jewelry case. With a leather handle inspired by our classic trunks, a removable pouch, and an elegant red microfiber interior, this classic and feminine Monogram wonder protects your earrings and necklaces, bracelets and rings."
  • Lucrin Travel jewelry roll: US$219.
  • Lucrin Geneva - founded in Switzerland in 1994. "More glitz to your jewelry." Jewelry is pricey for a reason - because it is special, beautiful and lasts. A jewelry box, pouch or organizer is perfect to protect and/or organize your precious ornaments. All the jewelry boxes of Lucrin is made of solid wood structure covered expertly with authentic leather. There is also a fine choice of drawstring pouches or purses - brilliant jewelry holder when you are on the move. The jewelry tray or jewelry organizer for drawer is a favorite among hotels and those who want to add a luxury touch to their dressing. These can be original jewelry gift boxes as well, as you can even ask for unique initials or name engraving on the sublime leather surface. Jewellery Box, Jewellery Holder & Pouches.
  • Nina Campbell Jewellery Box White Stingray: £230.
  • Nina Campbell - since 1974. Jewellery boxes.
  • Penhaligon's Black Lacquer Jewellery Box: £330.
  • PENHALIGON'S - since 1870. Black Lacquer Jewellery Box.
  • Pickett Classic Large Lockable Jewellery Box: £1,795.
  • PICKETT London - since 1988. "Jewellery Boxes & Rolls." Handmade in a wide variety of styles and sizes with divisions for rings, necklaces and earrings, our collection of luxury leather ladies jewellery boxes offer the perfect storage solution for your treasured items whether for home or travel.
  • Eastside Jewelry Chest by Reed & Barton: US$250.
  • Reed & Barton - since 1824. Jewelry boxes.
  • Scatola del Tempo Tesoro D Little zipper jewellery travel box: €795.
  • SCATOLA DEL TEMPO - since 1989. Travel box for jewellery.
  • Smythson of Bond Street Grosvenor 3 Drawer jewellery box: £1,695.
  • SMYTHSON OF BOND STREET - since 1887." Jewellery Boxes & Rolls." Designed to ensure beautiful things are kept beautifully organised, our leather-bound jewellery boxes, rolls and cases make the perfect home for all your treasures and keepsakes.
  • Stow Amelia Leather Jewellery Case 2-Piece Set: £295.
  • Stow London - since 2013. "Ladies Leather Jewellery Storage." Safeguard your most precious pieces in a case that is as equally as magnificent. Our collection of Ladies Leather Jewellery Storage ranges from small and sumptuously soft leather trinket boxes to larger, elegant leather cases that will always merit pride of place on your dressing table. The superior quality of our accessories means that they are life-lasting and can be enjoyed for generations of travelling.
  • Svenskt Tenn Jewelry Box Embossed Leather.
  • Svenskt Tenn - since 1924. "Jewellery Storage." Various jewellery storage solutions offer the perfect place to keep your most beloved items.
  • T. Anthony Deluxe Jewellery Box: US$1,800.
  • T. Anthony New York - since 1946. Men's & women's jewellery boxes.
  • Tanner Krolle Red Leather Jewelry Case.
  • TANNER KROLLE - "Since 1856 Tanner Krolle have been pioneers at the heart of the leather raft industry, offering a discreet and enduring vision of British luxury."
  • Tiffany & Co. Round Zip Jewelry Case: US$205.
  • TIFFANY & CO. - since 1837. Jewelry Cases.
  • Tony Perotti Women's Italian Bull Leather Grande Jewelry Roll Travel Organizer.
  • Tony Perotti - since 1970. Jewelry roll travel organizers.
  • Underwood (London) Jewellery Travel Roll: US$700.
  • UNDERWOOD (London) - since 1945. "Jewelry Cases." The factory in Florence, Italy has acquired over many years a vast amount of experience in the finishing of high quality leather goods. Not only is it important to have the correct equipment, it is also vital to have a pool of skilled and experienced operators.
  • Wedgwood & Bentley Sterling Jewellery Box: US$5,750.
  • WEDGWOOD & Bentley - since 1759. Sterling Jewellery Box.
    Pearls
  • 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.
  • Beyond the perfect strand - the modern way to wear pearls.
  • 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.
  • FAMOUS PEARLS - "The World's Largest Pearl Information Source."
  • Jackie Kennedy Triple-Strand Faux Pearl Necklace: US$165.
  • Jackie Kennedy Triple-Strand Faux Pearl Necklace - SmithsonianStore.com: 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.
  • Marie Antoinette pearl necklace: 36,427,000 CHF.
  • Marie Antoinette pearl necklace - "Marie Antoinette's Pearls Break Auction Records in Geneva." The sale of jewellery from the Bourbon Parma family was 100% sold last night in Geneva, and led by pieces owned by Queen Marie Antoinette of unrivalled historic provenance. The ten pieces from her collection reached a total of CHF 43.1 million ($42.7 million) against a pre-sale estimate of CHF 1.6–2.9 million ($1.6–2.9 million).
  • Marilyn Monroe Shows Off Prized Mikimoto Pearls From Joe DiMaggio - JCK Magazine.
  • 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 claimed as world's oldest is to be exhibited in Abu Dhabi - "Archaeologists say natural pearl was found on island off capital of United Arab Emirates."
  • Pearl farming in Japan - in pictures - "Japan still dominates the global cultured pearl market, despite a fall in specialised pearl farmers. In the past 10 years it has produced annually about 20 tonnes of farmed pearls."
  • 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 story of Elizabeth Taylor's La Peregrina Pearl - The Telegraph.
  • The world's most expensive pearls - Marlm.
  • What You Need To Know About Pearls, June’s Birthstone, And 5 High-Jewelry Pieces To Inspire You - Forbes.
    • Akoya Pearls - since 1893. Mikomoto.
    • AUTORE - since 1991. South Sea Pearls | Pearl Jewellery.
    • BALDINI PEARLS - "Created by Christophe Roquigny in 1997 in Moorea and transfered in Bora Bora in 2004."
    • Fallon - since 2008. "Modern Pearls."
    • Laura Perles - "Welcome to the world of Tahitian Black Pearl, highlighted by best quality golden and silver jewellery."
    • 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 - since 1987. "Innovative Pearl Jewellery."
    • PASPALEY - since 1932. "Paspaley is proud to be recognised as the source of the most beautiful and valuable pearls in the world."
    • Perles de Tahiti - Moea pearls.
    • Pearl Paradise - "Luxurious Pearl Necklaces." Pearl Jewelry Over 80% Off Of Retail. Founded in 1996 and brought online in 2000, Pearl Paradise has grown into the world's largest online pearl company.
    • Robert Wan - since 1974. "Best Tahitian Pearls." Known as The Emperor of the Tahitian Pearl, produces the most exquisite Pearl in the World since the past 40 years
    • Rosendorff - "Excellence since 1963."
    • Taaroa Bijoux - since 2000. Tahitian & Australian South Sea & Taaroa pearls. Online jewelry from French Polynesia.
    • The PEARL Source - since 1991. "The Pearl Source is known for its exquisite collection of high-end pearl necklaces."
    • Winterson - since 2010. "Luxury Pearl Jewellery." Discover the beautiful collection of pearl jewellery at Winterson. A classic gem and a perfect gift for every occasion, pearls have been our inspiration for over 50 years. Our experience means that we know how to present the unique qualities of each pearl perfectly.
    • 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."
    Rubies
  • The Crimson Flame 15.04 carats Ruby.
  • A brief history of blockbuster Burmese rubies - "Rubies command higher prices per carat than any other gemstone apart from coloured diamonds - and over the years ‘pigeon blood’ stones from Burma have sparked serious excitement in Christie’s international salerooms."
  • RUBY - Wikipedia.
  • WORLD FAMOUS RUBIES - JewelInfo4U.
  • Top 10 Famous Legendary Rubies & Ruby Necklaces
    • A MAGNIFICENT RUBY AND DIAMOND NECKLACE, BY ETCETERA - "Designed as an articulated brilliant-cut diamond lattice-work band, centering on a line of graduated pear-shaped diamonds, thirteen pear-shaped diamonds weighing approximately 5.14 to 1.00 carats, framed by two rows of oval and cushion-shaped rubies weighing approximately 7.02 to 1.10 carats, to the brilliant-cut diamond link backchain accented with a pear-shaped diamond, mounted in 18k white gold, 43.9 cm long."
    • Black Prince's Ruby - large, irregular cabochon red spinel weighing 170 carats (34 g) set in the cross pattée above the Cullinan II diamond at the front of the Imperial State Crown of the United Kingdom. The spinel is one of the oldest parts of the Crown Jewels of the United Kingdom, with a history dating back to the middle of the 14th century. It has been in the possession of England's rulers since it was given in 1367 to its namesake, Edward of Woodstock (the "Black Prince").
    • DeLong Star Ruby - 100.32-carat (20.064 g) oval cabochon star ruby, was discovered in Burma in the 1930s.
    • Fabulous Contemporary Ruby Jewelry - "Many people reserve ruby jewelry for special occasions, thinking the stone is too special to wear every day. But there are beautiful contemporary designs out there, making rubies perfect to wear with everything from a cocktail dress and jeans and a t-shirt. In honor of July’s birthstone, we round up the best contemporary ruby jewelry from unique designers."
    • Liberty Bell Ruby - sculpture crafted from the world's largest mined ruby, discovered in east Africa in the 1950s. It weighs four pounds, is eight and a half thousand carats, and is sculpted into a miniature form of the Liberty Bell. It has fifty diamonds set in it and is valued at two million dollars.
    • MAGNIFICENT STAR RUBY & DIAMOND NECKLACE, ETCETERA - "Burmese star ruby and diamond necklace, centered with a 19.53-carat oval cabochon star ruby pendant. Accompanying the center stone are oval cabochon rubies, oval and cushion-shaped rubies, 13 marquise-cut diamonds, two pear-shaped diamonds (1-carat each), and circular-cut diamonds. The necklace was created by Hong Kong jewelry designer, Edmond Chin of Etcetera." Sold for $2.6 million on July 9, 2020.
    • Neelanjali Ruby - at 1,370 carats (274 g), is the world's largest double-star ruby.
    • Rosser Reeves Ruby - weighing 138.7 carats (27.74 g), is one of the world's largest and finest star rubies.
    • Sunrise RUBY - world's most expensive ruby, most expensive coloured gemstone, and most expensive gemstone other than a diamond. Originally mined in Myanmar, its current name is derived from a poem of the same name, written by the 13th-century Sufi poet Rumi. The Sunrise Ruby was part of the annual Magnificent and Noble Jewels sale by Sotheby's Geneva, May 12, 20215 with sales at a total of US$160.9 million.
    • THE CRIMSON FLAME 15.04 carats RUBY - sells for HK$ 142 million / US$ 18 million at Christie’s Hong Kong on December 1, 2015 setting a new world record price per carat for a ruby of US$1.2 million.
    • Timur ruby - unfaceted, 361-carat (72 g) polished red spinel set in a necklace. It is named after the ruler Timur, founder of the Timurid Empire and purportedly one of its former owners. It was believed to be a ruby until 1851.
    Silver
  • Georg Jensen silverware.
  • SILVER - Wikipedia.
  • Silver lining: Georg Jensen's epic renaissance under visionary owner David Chu - The Telegraph.
  • SILVERSMITH - Wikipedia.
  • STERLING SILVER - definition & explanation.
    • Artemest Pampaloni Fiamme Nine-Arm Sterling Silver Candelabra: €29,800.
    • Artemest - all brands & models.
    • 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.
    • The London Silver Vaults, Chancery Lane, London WC2A 1QS, England, U.K.
    • London Silver Vaults - "The home of silver shopping." Located in Chancery Lane, between the City and West End, The London Silver Vaults is home to the largest retail collection of fine antique silver in the world. Behind the huge safe doors and within its vaulted walls, you can find anything from a champagne swizzle stick to a full size silver armchair!
    • Philip Kydd Ltd - has been producing beautifully hand crafted jewellery and silverware for over 30 years.
    • Puiforcat - since 1820.
    • 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.
    • STEFANO RICCI - "From the Elisabeth and Satin refined silverware to the brand’s iconic Eagle tea-set, the Silver Line completes the home collection, creating harmonious solutions worthy of a prestigious table setting."
    • 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."
    • Thomas Goode - since 1827. "Purveyors of Luxury." Home of the world’s finest china, silverware & glassware.
    • Wayfair - sterling flatware silverware.
    • William Yeoward Brancaster 5 piece place setting: £495.
    • WILLIAM YEOWARD - since 1998. "English Sterling Silver & Silver Plate Flatware."
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