Historic Jewelry Returns as Fashion in the New Millenium

From the Victorian and Art Deco eras to the present time, all that was old is new once more – at least when exploring historic trend-setting jewelry styles of the early 19th and 20th centuries. Current jewelry designs often reflect the same gems, shapes and motifs of bygone eras.


Introducing Advanced Pearl Technology from the GIA lab

In 2011, We’re proud to have introduced a new technology that enables GIA laboratories to daily assess much larger groups of pearls more quickly, and in greater detail, than any previous technology.

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