Webster is bringing back the Crystal Haze collection that defined his career, with an online launch on May 25.
Sotheby’s this week sold a Cartier Tutti Frutti bracelet for the highest online auction price ever paid for jewelry.
New gold futures predict the safe haven metal could reach $3,000 per ounce over the next 18 months.
The piercing and fine jewelry label has begun conducting complimentary appointments via FaceTime and Google Hangouts.
Jessie Andrews’ sustainable jewelry line, Bagatiba, is taking a step further for Earth Day by launching a closed-loop upcycling initiative titled, “The ‘Triple R’ Project.”
The jewelry brand’s foundation will donate to various COVID-19 causes as a majority of staff is furloughed.
Brooklyn-based Catbird took to Instagram to inform followers on how its tackling financial fallout from the coronavirus.
Sotheby’s saw one of its most successful online jewelry auctions on record this week amid global coronavirus lockdowns.
Yuyuan plans to expand the label in China and open 15 stores over the next 12 months in key cities there.
The JCK show has been postponed while Couture assesses its options.
The program, created by nonprofit Share Our Strength, is working to help feed children affected by nationwide school closures due to coronavirus.
As big brands like Tiffany & Co. focus on gold, there is a growing contingent of fashion-forward jewelers working in silver.
Internet-native brand The Last Line will open its first store tomorrow in New York City.