Jewellery

14 Jewelry Instagrams You Should Be Following

Follow these auction houses, boutiques, and bloggers for incredible images of priceless gems, brand new necklaces, and important jewels of every kind.

1@marionfasel

Who It Is: Jewelry writer and founder of online jewelry magazine The Adventurine.

What You’ll Find: All of the best rings and bracelets that Fasel sees on on her daily rounds, plus shots of style icons in their boldest jewels.

2@frankbeverett

Who It Is: The sales director of Sotheby’s jewelry department.

What You’ll Find: The incredible jewels that pass through his office, most of which will be up for sale very soon.

3@stellenevolandes

Who It Is: T&C‘s very own editor-in-chief Stellene Volandes

What You’ll Find: Some of the prettiest photos and wittiest captions in the jewelry industry (we may be biased).

4@stoneandstrand

Who It Is: A website that specializes in emerging jewelry designers.

What You’ll Find: The newest pieces by their stable of talented designers, most of which are available to buy online immediately.

5@museshowroom

Who It Is: Muse, a well-known jewelry showroom specializing in international designers.

What You’ll Find: Pieces by jewelers like Nikos Koulis,Yossi Harari, and Holly Dyment

6@hernameismargo

Who It Is: Blogger and author Margo Raffaelli.

What You’ll Find: She’s a gem lover who travels to the biggest jewelry shows in the world, like the the Paris Biennale and Baselworld.

7@mrwillkahn

Who It Is: Will Kahn, T&C‘s fashion and accessories editor

What You’ll Find: Artfully styled photos of accessories and behind-the-scenes images of the magazine’s photo shoots

8@rkjewels_

Who It Is: Vintage dealer Robin Katz.

What You’ll Find: A gallery of the beautiful and rare jewels, primarily from the 1960s and 1970s, that Katz sells.

9@fd_gallery

Who It Is: A New York City boutique specializing in contemporary and vintage jewels and other accessories.

What You’ll Find: History lessons, amazing photographs, and paintings of jewelry throughout history (as well as plenty of stuff for sale at the store).

10@christiesjewels

Who It Is: The jewelry department of the iconic auction house.

What You’ll Find: The biggest and best pieces up for auction, like the Oppenheimer diamond, which set a world record when it sold for over $57 million a few weeks ago.

11@carolwoolton

Who It Is: Blogger and “jewellery” editor at British Vogue.

What You’ll Find: Everything Woolton sees out and about on appointments and at shows.

12@for_future_reference

Who It Is: A brand development agency specializing in emerging jewelry designers.

What You’ll Find: Stacks of bracelets and rings by the jewelers they work with.

13@gemgossip

Who It Is: Blogger Danielle Miele.

What You’ll Find: The jewels she sees on her travels (and sells through her Instagram account).

14@vikavickyvictoria

Who It Is: Jewelry editor Victoria Gomelsky.

What You’ll Find: The new pieces of jewelry she sees during press previews and at events.

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