Most Popular Jewelry News Stories: Week of March 3

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Oscar Night Jewelry Doesn’t Disappoint (For a Change)
From massive collar necklaces to oversize drop earrings, the jewelry selections last night were (finally!) light on stud earrings and big on statement looks.
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The Big List: Who Wore What to the 2014 Oscars
The biggest fashion product-placement night of the year was on Sunday at the 86th Annual Academy Awards, and the mix of jewelry was noticeably different—and better—in the eyes of many.
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Lawsuit Claims Gold Price
Is Manipulated
A new class-action suit targets the five banks that participate in the daily determination of the London gold price, charging that the metal’s value is being set by “an artificial and manipulated market.”
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Take Me to Your Jeweler: Designer Paul Michael Bierker
on What Gets His Geek Going
Jewelry designer Paul Michael Bierker of
Paul Michael Design talks about how he got
started in the jewelry biz and what the future
holds for his designs.
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Court Okays Gold Hunt on
150-Year-Old Shipwreck
It carried one of the largest cargoes of gold ever lost at sea, so much so that it was nicknamed the “Ship of Gold.” And now Odyssey Marine Exploration has been given court approval to recover what it can from the SS Central America.
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