Art jewelry’s rock-n-roll designer, Terry Castro, of Castro NYC, unexpectedly passed away on July 18, 2022, of a heart attack. He died in Istanbul, where he was based. Through his originality in mixing antiques with African design, Castro pushed his work to always live up to his artistic ideals. He often went without
August 2022, Part 2
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August 2022, Part 2
There are so many reasons to purchase art jewelry…
- You got that hard-earned promotion—celebrate!
- You’re experiencing a once-in-a-lifetime occasion—honor it.
- You wrapped up that major accomplishment—pay it tribute.
- You want to mark the beginning of a new relationship or the end of one—commemorate it.
- Perhaps it’s an investment—do it!
- It’s the perfect piece to round out
The diamond stores Jared—the higher market tier of the Signet Group of jewelry brands—is making a case for lab-grown diamonds, or lab-created diamonds as they prefer to call it. To emphasize the store’s fast-growing category, the brand produced its latest wedding jewelry collaboration with Say Yes to the
When you think of luxury, you may think of something rare and beautiful—and for some the epitome of luxury would be a glittering diamond. While the custom of wedding and engagement rings has been around for centuries, the diamond as the peak of premarital luxury can pretty much be tied back to a De Beers ad in 1947 featuring the
“The first consideration that we had was the snake,” Fabrizio Buonamassa Stigliani, Bulgari’s executive director of product creation, told Robb Report of the company’s new Garden of Eden-themed high jewelry collection. “But at a certain moment, you say, ‘Again, another snake?’”
So, how did he reimagine, once more, the brand’s instantly recognizable Serpenti, which has been its reoccurring theme for
This season’s jewelry trends have never looked sweeter.
If kitsch is your vibe, set your senses aflutter with heart-shaped gems decorated with diamonds. For those with a more demure palette, feast your eyes on mother-of-pearl offerings, ranging from dainty drop earrings to layered wrap bracelets.
But if subtle is the name of your gem game, opt for a pair of