January 9-13, 2025 • Miami Beach Convention Center

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January 9-13, 2025 • Miami Beach Convention Center

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The Legacy of Marina B

On February 14th of this year, designer Marina B passed away. She was 93. To say that Marina B was an icon of fine jewelry seems too small of a sentiment. The granddaughter of Sotirios Bulgari, who founded the famed Italian house, Marina finished her...
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Trending Now: Jewelry to Wear Now and Cherish for Generations

Each month, we try to highlight a different genre or era of jewelry that can be discovered at our events. We often focus on museum-worthy pieces like the Van Cleef & Arpels “Zip” necklace, or some of the incredible, bespoke commissions of Mexican...
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How Often Do You Think About the Roman Empire?

How often does a typical man think about the Roman Empire? A lot more often than one would assume, apparently. This gender-specific phenomena first went viral in 2022, when Swedish influencer Saskia Cort encouraged her followers to ask the men in the...
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A Brief History of Aldo Cipullo

It’s difficult to believe that something as straightforward and ubiquitous as the Cartier Love Bracelet was once considered revolutionary, and yet when it was launched in 1970, it was a seminal moment in fine jewelry’s storied history, establishi...
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María Félix’ Love Affair with Jewelry

While relatively unknown in the United States until recently, María Félix (1914-2002) was considered a goddess of Spanish language cinema. La Doña, as she was nicknamed, was a legend of Mexican Golden Age film with a career in the limelight that b...
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A Brief History of the Retro Era

Retro Jewelry, often called "cocktail jewelry," came to the forefront of design from the mid 1930's through the 1940's, coinciding with World War II.

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