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High above Lafayette Street, a few blocks away from Lower Manhattan's Le Coucou, hovers the face of Julianne Moore, with her luminous wreath of auburn hair and her face framed by a silver bracelet, in an advertisement for jeweler John Hardy.
The Alex & Ani brand is the brainchild of Rhode Island jeweler Carolyn Rafaelian, who put the first version of the expandable wire bangle out into the ethos in 2004.
While Prentice says the Gerrard, a former crown jeweler, created the piece, the Royal Collection Trust is slightly more unsure about its provenance, naming Kitching & Abud or Mortimer & Hunt as potential makers as well.
In addition to the ballet company, other tenants include a photographer; a videographer; a painter; a metal smith; and a jeweler.
After a year of negotiations, the British jeweler Graff Diamonds has bought the world's second-largest diamond, the tennis-ball-sized Lesedi La Rona.
Ninety-nine-point-nine percent of jewelers would have mounted a stone like this very simply, or sold it loose.
And the fact that it was crafted by a jeweler who was disassociated from North Carolina’s football program in 2010 makes it the perfect college sports accessory.
For a more whimsical take on the past, cross the river to the Oltrarno quarter, where locals outnumber tourists and where Japanese jeweler Aika Fushimi opened her Quarant’otto boutique two years ago.
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