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Estate Jewelry Keeps Giving

The intrinsic value and emotional appeal of estate and vintage fine jewelry are providing shelter in the stormy U.S. economy.

Ippolita Toasts Rose as Economic Tonic

Ippolita is taking steps to safeguard and diversify its business in the troubled economic climate.

Building Blocks

As the old adage goes, one man's trash is another's treasure.

Ladies First

The latest crop of accessories designers are women with a flair for detail.

Orange County Sparkles for Fine Jewelers

COSTA MESA, Calif. - The sun isn't the only thing that shines in California's Orange County.

Margiela Goes Big

PARIS - You won't need a magnifying glass to examine these jewels.

Jewelers Contend With Record Metal Prices

An uncertain economic outlook in the U.S. and abroad could have jewelry makers contending with even more increases in precious metals prices in the second...

Forward Thinking

With the world fiscal crisis top of mind, accessories designers and executives are looking ahead to the second half of 2008 and beyond.

Rock Style

Jewelry ateliers in Paris are planning to add sparkle to the Biennale des Antiquaires, which will be held at the Grand Palais Sept. 11 to 21. Cartier and...

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Philip Crangi Forges Ahead

Philip Crangi's 18-month-old niece, Coco, uttered her first word recently: "juju," as in jewelry.

Diesel to Work With Jewelry Designer Cacciatore

Diesel is collaborating with Italian jewelry designer Ugo Cacciatore to create a jewelry collection for the holiday season.

Olsens Expand Wardrobe With Jewelry

Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen soon might not be wearing anyone but themselves.

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