Topics :: jewelry

War and Peace: Jewelry for the Next Generation

By Daniel Scheffler | Tuesday Sep 30, 2014
EDGE profiles three brands with forward-thinking vision yet distinct styles. They originate from three different continents yet seek to create beauty out of war - using peace bomb metal, bullets and even illegal guns.

Geneva Jewelry Auction Hauls Record $141.5 Million

Wednesday May 14, 2014
Sotheby’s says its spring auction has sold a world record $141.5 million in jewelry.

Marilyn Monroe Earrings Auctioned For $185K

Tuesday Apr 15, 2014
A pair of rhinestone earrings Marilyn Monroe wore to a 1955 Hollywood film premiere have sold at auction for $185,000.

LoveandPride.com Launches Missing Link Campaign and Limited Edition Pendant

By Matthew Wexler | Tuesday Nov 19, 2013
LoveandPride.com launches a "Missing Link" campaign in opposition to the anti-LGBT practices in Russia.

Proposition Love Puts a Ring On It

By David Perry | Friday Jun 21, 2013
Inspired by the ups and downs of the LGBT community’s right to marry, one couple has turned adversity into a celebration worthy of a little bling.

Auction Sells Huge Diamond for $26.7 Million

By John Heilprin | Saturday May 18, 2013
Diamonds are a girl’s best friend - if you’ve got a a cool $26.7 million to spare.

Tiffany’s Blue Book Collection

By Alicia Rancilio | Thursday May 2, 2013
Best not to lose the family jewels when they’re of the Tiffany’s variety. The iconic brand reveals its latest collection.

Etsy Now Selling Breast Milk Jewelry

By Leanne Italie | Friday Apr 26, 2013
Perhaps not the most conventional keepsake for new moms, custom jewelry featuring mother’s milk seems to be spurting onto the scene.

Jewelry’s Dark Side: MadStone

By EDGE | Wednesday Feb 6, 2013
Diamonds may be a girl’s best friend, but MadStone jewelry designer Kerri Halpern explores her dark side with a collection of skulls, spiders and other gem-encrusted oddities.

Nature, Jewelry and Home Converge at Atlanta’s High Museum of Art

Monday Jan 14, 2013
An upcoming exhibit at Atlanta’s High Museum of Art explores the role the natural environment plays in shaping the jewelry and home wares created by Georgia designer Gogo Ferguson.