Jewellery is an important detail that should not be forgotten, and the final link in any look. With the help of correctly selected jewelry, you can advantageously place accents, add the desired mood to the image and express your individuality.
The amazing brooch is a colorful set of 355 gems imitating embroidered fabric. It will be sold at Christie’s London auction on November 29th. The auction house valued the jewellery at $ 122,000. Made in St. Petersburg around 1913, the brooch
Berrak Tüzünataç; ‘Jewelry and accessories have always been important details for me. Jewelry helps you to evolve a cloth into the shape you want. It is even possible to take a pair of jeans and a t-shirt combinatioın to another level with a piece of
Laings The Jewellers is honoured to welcome revered luxury maison, Fabergé, to its showrooms in Edinburgh and Cardiff, alongside its online store. Fabergé has become renowned throughout the world as an artist jeweller, creating extraordinary jewellery and objects of
A selection of jewellery that belonged to the late iconic actress Hind Rostom will be auctioned at Sotheby’s Magnificent & Noble Jewels in Geneva on 10 November.
Investment holding company Compass Diversified (CODI) acquired Lugano Diamonds & Jewelry Inc. in a deal worth $ 256 million. Founded in 2004, Lugano Diamonds & Jewelry designs and manufactures unique high-end jewelry for its customers. The Newport Beach, California-based
DMCC REGISTERS BEST NINE-MONTH PERFORMANCE SINCE INCEPTION, WELCOMING 1800 COMPANIES TO DUBAI IN 2021
DMCC – the world’s flagship Free Zone and Government of Dubai Authority on commodities trade and enterprise – has announced that it recorded its best ever Q1-Q3 performance since the organisation was formed in 2002, welcoming 1800 companies to Dubai.
Zales has closed an exclusive deal to sell Serena Williams jewelry. Zales will be the only retailer for Serena Williams jewelry whose goal is to create designs that reflect her style, while also inspiring self-love, strength and resilience. Williams' collection has
The "Italian Jewels" exhibition derives from the desire not only to celebrate Made in Italy jewellery’s cultural, aesthetic and manufacturing values, but also as an economically important resource for our exports. Jewellery, as the Museum demonstrates, is the bearer of