Tag: Jewelry Fashion

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October 2018

World Famous Jewelers Series Part 5: Graff

Born to be a Jeweler: The Meteoric Rise of Laurence Graff When 15-year-old Laurence Graff began his first apprenticeship in a jewelry manufacturing warehouse in London, he never dreamed he’d be honored with the Order of the British Empire (OBE) by Queen Elizabeth in 2013. In fact, after three months working in the warehouse and […]

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09
October 2018

SPECTRUM – Diamond Industry News #25

Not a month goes by without diamond industry news that involves the new trend of lab grown diamonds. In this month’s SPECTRUM, read an original take on De Beers’ move to lab grown, in an article featured on Quartzy. We’re also going big on the bling with a tweet from CNN about the world’s most […]

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03
October 2018

World Famous Jewelers Series Part 4: Boucheron

The Jeweler of Place Vendôme: How Frédéric Boucheron Got His Start Frédéric Boucheron always knew he wanted to be a jeweler. He was born in 1830 to a family of French clothiers, and at a young age he apprenticed himself under jeweler Jules Chaise. By the age of 14, he had completed his apprenticeship and […]

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25
September 2018

Which Diamond Shape Are You?

Diamonds come in all sizes – and a wide variety of shapes. Although each diamond is unique, different personality types are drawn to particular diamond shapes. In fact, the diamond shape you choose may be a strong reflection of the type of person you are. Which diamond shape is right for you? Read on to […]

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04
September 2018

World Famous Jewelers Series Part 3: Faberge

The Man Who Created The Egg In 1885,   Tsar Alexander III commissioned Faberge to create an Easter egg as a gift for his wife, Empress Maria Fedorovna. With this simple gift, the Faberge Imperial Egg Collection was born. The first egg was called the Hen Egg. Inside a white enameled shell rested a solid gold […]

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07
August 2018

World Famous Jewelers Series Part 2: Tiffany & Co

The name Tiffany & Co. evokes thoughts of little blue boxes, glass lamp shades, and for those who know, the Super Bowl’s Vince Lombardi Trophy. The store is famous for its Tiffany setting engagement rings, chain bracelets with an engraved heart charm, and delicate pendant necklaces. Where did this legacy start? Who is the man […]

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05
June 2018

5 Diamond Trade Shows You Shouldn’t Miss

For anyone in the diamond and jewelry industry, last week was a big one – the annual JCK show was held in Las Vegas. Touted as one of the most important diamond and jewelry trade shows in the US, JCK, which runs annually in late May to early June, is a good example of the […]

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03
April 2018

4 Diamond Engagement Ring Trends that Will Surprise You

Diamonds have long been associated with engagement and marriage – but perhaps not as long as you think. The diamond engagement ring is in fact a modern, specifically western phenomenon. Diamond rings were first linked to marriage only in the late 1930s, when De Beers hired the NW Ayer advertising agency to convince young women […]

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06
March 2018
Diamond Journey

SPECTRUM – Voices from the Diamond Industry #21

Welcome back to the Diamond Blog! We’ve been on a bit of a hiatus recently as we focused on creating our new website for the Sarine Technology Lab, the world’s first AI-based automated diamond grading lab. Now, we’re getting back to delivering up-to-date news and perspectives from the diamond industry, and we thought we’d re-start […]

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