High jewelry is serious business, but a new generation of bold designers are infusing a sense of whimsy, innovation, and flair into once-s
Although it remains unclear whether the two men were ever acquainted, it’s easy to imagine architect Antonio Gaudí and jeweler Lluís Masri
Jewelry can go in and out of fashion almost as fast as women’s clothing, which often means that dated pieces are retired into rarely opene
“Shiny gold is for peasants!” declares Roman jeweler Massimo Maria Melis.
Parked beside the cream clapboard colonial building that houses Linney’s pearl emporium in Broome, Australia, proprietor Bill Reed’s Merce
After cultivating a devoted female following, British jewelry designer Stephen Webster (212.226.6160) is looking to attract a male audienc
Each summer, the Mediterranean island playground of Capri attracts scores of global jet-setters who touch down to explore picturesque beac
Over the past 30 years, Graff has sold diamonds to royalty, businessmen, and socialites.
During the dark days of the Depression in 1932, Coco Chanel set out to prove that luxury was not dead.
Most mornings, brothers Christoph and Georg Wellendorff walk together along the winding, tree-lined streets of Pforzheim, Germany.