NEW YORK — The $43 billion American fine jewelry business has been moving at a healthy clip in recent years, bringing in a plethora of new players, many of which are aggressively entering the field with branded baubles. While fine jewelry was once considered an exclusive domain, the barriers to entry have fallen, and everyone from Wal-Mart to Louis Vuitton now offers their take on the category. Here, an emerald and black gold ivy tiara from Boucheron, which has freshened up its image now that it’s under the Gucci fold.

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