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A-11T Americana™: A striking tribute to the past with modern enhancements

First Bertucci® field watch with U.S.-assembled movement

(CHICAGO) - Bertucci® Performance Field Watches™ continues to extend its leadership in titanium field watches with the debut of the A-11T Americana™, its first-ever timepiece featuring a robust, accurate, U.S.-assembled quartz movement backed by a five-year warranty. The watch draws its inspiration from WWII-era, U.S. military watches of the 1940s and strikes a perfect balance between tradition and modern titanium performance.

MIA Katrin for Jewel Couture adds Empress ring to new Emerald Platinum Collection

Designer Mia Katrin is pleased to announce the addition of the Empress Ring to the new Emerald Platinum Collection from MIA Katrin for Jewel Couture LLC. The Empress Ring features a fine emerald with .67 carats of diamonds (VS GH) in pure platinum. The curved shoulders and subtle negative space lend a delicacy and refinement to the opulent presentation of the piece. Also available with sapphire center gem.

Gesswein introduces OZ Elite Micromotor

GessweinGesswein, supplier of precision tools and equipment for over 100 years, is pleased to introduce the OZ Elite Micromotor system. The OZ Elite features an advanced controller and a 50,000 rpm, 230W brushless rotary handpiece for incredible power. It provides ample torque (up to 8.3 Ncm) at all times to ensure fast and smooth metal removal.

Kin & Pebble introduces new seasonal marketing images

Just in time for the holiday gift buying season, Kin & Pebble is happy to announce new seasonal marketing images. These images feature some of their best-selling pieces alongside new styles such as the engraved band ring. High resolution digital images are available for direct download on the Kin & Pebble website.


New mineral named for famed gemologist John Koivula

Johnkoivulaite, discovered in Myanmar, is a member of the beryl family

(CARLSBAD, Calif.) - GIA (Gemological Institute of America) researchers, in collaboration with scientists from the California Institute of Technology, recently confirmed a new mineral species, johnkoivulaite, named in honor of the renowned microscopist and GIA researcher John Koivula.