Gems & Jewels
By Sadie Whitelocks and Associated Press
To the right is the Ritz Hotel, about to close for nearly three years of renovation, but still with its gilded grandeur and its crowd of tourists star-spotting at the doorway.
Debra Healy resumes her walk around Place Vendôme and Rue de la Paix with an insightful analysis of Van Cleef & Arpels.
Debra Healy starts her Walk around Place Vendôme and Rue de la Paix by a historical analysis of Cartier. She shows the great consistency of the brand - which she relates to the work done on the brand's heritage and by the existence of an artistic director. Today Cartier is Part of the Richemont group.
Debra Healy pursues her promenade Place Vendôme and Rue de la Paix - she moves to Mauboussin.
Debra Healy pursues her Walk around Place Vendôme and Rue de la Paix with an analysis of Boucheron . This prestigious brand is today without style. Creators follow one another (a new one has recently been appointed), the windows are sloppy and do not do justice to the products - the brand's potential is underexploited.
They were jewelers and goldsmiths. Some of the family moved to Paris in 1515.
Debra Healy starts her Walk around Place Vendôme and Rue de la Paix by a historical analysis of Cartier.
It is my pleasure to welcome Debra Healy on BrandWatch.
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Christie's jewelry auction in London on June 13, 2007.
Even though Rosalie Sayyah’s chief passion is for a relatively common product—costume jewelry—what she does with these baubles and bangles is rare.
Juliana costume jewelry was produced by DeLizza & Elster, which was founded in 1947 to manufacture everything from buttons and buckles to pins and pendants for such venerable costume jewelers as Hattie Carnegie, Hobe, Kenneth J.
The Cullinan Diamond, weighing 3,106 carats in its rough state, was first discovered in 1905 at a mine near Pretoria in South Africa It was originally thrown away as it was thought it to be too large to be a diamond Once recovered, it was presented to King Edward VII as a gift and cuts were used in the Crown Jewels Other cuts were used to make brooches, necklaces and earrings worn by royalty including Queen Elizabeth II throughout her 60-year reign Seven of the nine cuts of the gem are to go on public display at Buckingham Palace this summer to celebrate Queen's Diamond Jubilee By Rebecca English PUBLISHED: 14:21 GMT, 15 May 2012 | UPDATED: 08:30 GMT, 16 May 2012