Jewels of Titanic Shine at Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition Las Vegas

Jewels of Titanic, a dazzling display consisting of fifteen of the most prestigious jewelry artifacts recovered from R.M.S. Titanic will go on display March 22 – May 31 at Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition at Luxor Hotel and Casino. This limited-time exhibit features diamonds, sapphires, pearls and gold jewelry that once belonged to some of Titanic’s wealthiest passengers.

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New Tiffany & Co. Locks Secure A Delightful Valentine's Day Surprise

Based on Tiffany & Co. archival designs, Tiffany Locks feature detailed pendants and charms, some of which function as actual locks securing a delightful Valentine’s Day surprise. Among the options are vintage, heart, half circle and round shapes in 18 karat yellow and rose gold or sterling silver. These precious metals, whether hammered for texture or polished to a high gleam, create jewelry with the distinctive look of stylish urban hardware or lustrous heirlooms. Prices range from $100 to $5,500.

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Las Vegas Jewelry Center Approved By City Council

Las Vegas Jewelry Center Downtown Las Vegas Fremont StreetLas Vegas Jewelry Center approved by The City Council on Wednesday. Real estate developer wants to make Las Vegas a hub for international jewelry companies.

Council members voted unanimously to enter into an exclusive negotiating agreement with a Probity International Corp. affiliate. The deal would last for up to 18 months.

Robert Zernigan, founder and chief executive officer of Probity International, said he wanted to bring corporate offices of jewelry and gem companies into a 40-story or higher tower to Union Park. The tower would include a large retail space open to the public, as well as secured space where wholesalers could buy directly from manufacturers.

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