The latest addition to Tiffany & Co.’s 2021 Colors of Nature lineup is inspired by a well-trod subject—the sea—but delivers a playful new take on the perennial jewelry motif. The plunging, 31-inch platinum chain drips with over seven carats of baguette-cut diamonds and more than 43 carats of baguette-cut sapphires, with ombré color variations between the gems adding depth and richness, meticulously arranged like a string of ribbon. A massive 43-carat green tourmaline, encircled by yet more baguette-cut diamonds, punctuates the piece. “The gradual transition from sapphires to diamonds guides the eye around the chain, leading to the beautiful green tourmaline,” says Victoria Wirth Reynolds, Tiffany’s chief gemologist and vice president for high jewelry. Look closely and you’ll also discover four 18-karat-gold staples, subtle touches that elegantly tie the piece together—proof that, with expert execution, stepping outside the box needn’t require a leap. Price upon request Learn More: Here
New Delhi [India], September 25 (ANI): The Income Tax Department carried out search and seizure operations on 23 premises connected to a leading Diamond manufacturer and exporter from Gujarat and seized a large volume of unaccounted data. The raids were conducted on September 22 based on intelligence input about tax...
NEW YORK CITY, New York: The Lucara Diamond mining company and manufacturer HB Antwerp have put on display a 1,175-carat diamond in New York City, in an effort to increase investors' enthusiasm for rough and natural diamonds. The stone, unveiled at the Whitby Hotel in upper midtown Manhattan, is the...
America is returning thousands of artifacts, including the famed Gilgamesh Dream tablet, to Iraq. But there are still dozens of ongoing international disputes over diamonds, weapons and other historic items that countries say were stolen. Read on to see some of the most high-profile cases.
Southern Vipers triumphed in a thriller at Northampton to retain their Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy title, beating Northern Diamonds by three wickets with just two balls to spare. Vipers had looked down and out at 109 for seven but the batting depth that had seen them secure victory in six...
Northern Diamonds 183 (49.2 overs): Campbell 60, Smith 31; Adams 4-35 Southern Vipers 187-7 (49.4 overs): Windsor 47*, Norris 40*; Gunn 3-31 Southern Vipers beat Northern Diamonds with two balls to spare at Northampton to win the Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy for the second year running. They struggled to 109-7,...
Welcome to Watches of the Week, where we'll track the rarest, wildest, and most covetable watches spotted on celebrities. Paul Newman, Eric Clapton, John Mayer—there are plenty of north stars to look towards when shaping a watch collection. Here’s a new one, courtesy of the Certified Lover Boy: Queen Elizabeth II. Last weekend, Drake posted an image of himself on Instagram wearing a rare version of the Patek Philippe Ellipse with a diamond-set bezel. The next slide in the rapper’s story was his apparent inspiration for acquiring the piece: the Queen herself, sitting for a 1984 portrait while wearing the same Patek. Rap royalty meets real-life royalty. Drake is onto something here, because the watch world needs new icons. Many collectors gravitate towards the same models, which means they’re all trying to buy the same watches, like the Patek Nautilus, Rolex Daytona, or Rolex Submariner. So next time you go watch shopping, maybe look towards the protagonists from Aliens, or Hamilton Pulsar-owner Sammy Davis Jr. Or do like Drake and look towards the UK monarchy.
The comedy rock duo Tenacious D was already delighting fans and fellow musicians alike, years before their 2001 debut album. "We were like the most indie of all," Jack Black told Rolling Stone, recalling the period when he and Kyle Gass were appearing on HBO in Tenacious D: The Greatest Band on Earth. "We don’t even have a record label, that’s how indie our record label is — it doesn’t exist! Our music is in the air, or on the videotapes. We went to Seattle, and Eddie Vedder came to one of our shows before we had a record. He was just fucking there."
One minute we’re thinking, yet again, that we have Meghan Markle‘s style all figured out—and then she goes and steps out in one of her most iconic outfits of all time. During a visit to a Harlem school yesterday during the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s whirlwind trip to New York, Meghan wore a jaw-dropping oversize red suit.
This post may contain affiliate links. Please read our disclosure policy. Chocolate pecan bars, from The Food Network, were made with kid bakers in mind. But that doesn’t mean that they don’t bake up as a pretty sophisticated adult dessert, too. A buttery nut crust, a sweet filling, and topped with dark chocolate, they’ll appeal to everyone.
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohiio – With the Youngstown Playhouse being dark for more than a year-and-a-half, due to the pandemic, what better way to open their 97th season than at Powers Auditorium, the house the Warners built. And it was a grand and sparkling opening with the musical, “The Color Purple,” with a book by Marsha Norman and music and lyrics by Brenda Russell, Alice Willis and Stephen Bray.
The Duchess of Sussex choose an all-black ensemble for the day out which was the couple’s first major public outing since welcoming their daughter Lilibet Diana. The mother-of-two looked sleek in a black polo neck knit top with a pair of wide-leg black trousers and a single-breasted Emporio Armani coat (that is almost sold out on Farfetch and is on sale for €799). She completed the look with some Purist point-toe suede heels by Aquazzura that retail for €495 on Net-A-Porter.