Wedding rings and a theory of evolution

Most who work in the jewellery industry are familiar with the story of the first documented diamond ring used to signify engagement, presented by Archduke Maximilian of Austria upon his betrothal to Mary of Burgundy in 1477. The ring as a symbol of love and commitment, however, traces its history to the earliest days of humanity.
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Canadian designers win big at Saul Bell

Canadian designers Pierre-Yves Paquette and Ezra Satok-Wolman are among the winners of the 19th annual Saul Bell Design Awards.
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Canadians craft Raptors’ championship rings

The artistry of a Windsor, Ont.,-based ring-maker took centre stage at the 2019-20 NBA season opener in Toronto on Tuesday night with the presentation of the Toronto Raptors’ 2019 world championship rings.
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Zeroing in on diamond weight calculations

In the previous column, we looked at how tiny errors can add up to significant problems when dealing with many small stones. This time, we'll look at the calculations and adjustments that might be necessary when examining diamond centre stones.
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