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YouTuber Emma Chamberlain’s Met Gala necklace, allegedly stolen from Indian royalty, sparks debate

Twitter users expressed divided opinions on popular YouTuber Emma Chamberlain’s Met Gala, Cartier-designed diamond choker, which was allegedly stolen by the British from India. 

The necklace, lent to the vlogger for the event, reportedly disappeared from the Patiala royal treasury around 1948. Prior to that, it had belonged to Indian ruler Maharaja Bhupinder Singh of Patiala, one of the richest men in the world during his reign from 1900-1938. 

Gengar engagement and wedding rings are here to symbolize love beyond a shadow of a doubt

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Japanese jewelry maker U-Treasure, known for designing pop culture-themed jewelry inspired by popular IPs like “Harry Potter” and “Kingdom Hearts,” is back with a spooky, Gengar Pokémon wedding ring that went on sale last week. 

Gengar’s ghastly nature, mischievous grin and blood crimson eyes are a departure from the cuter and more popular Pokémon who have inspired other jewelry products by the brand, like Eevee and Pikachu, according to SoraNews24.  

Celebrity Jeweler Ben Baller Creates Diamond Soju Bottles For ‘Dongsaeng’ Jay Park

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Celebrity jeweler Ben Baller has created four special custom Soju bottles for singer Jay Park, a friend he considers “a true dongsaeng (younger sibling).”

In an Instagram post, the Korean-American “jeweler-to-the-stars” shared an image of one of the Soju bottles, along with a touching tribute to Park and his accomplishments and contributions to the music industry.

New Viral Trend in China Shows People Pulling ‘Jewelry Stealing Prank’ on Horrified Employees

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The Malaysian viral “shoe-stealing prank” has spread to China and gave birth to a new version where people pull a “jewelry-stealing prank” on unsuspecting jewelry clerks.

In the clip, a person will pose as a potential buyer of a piece of jewelry. They ask to try on a necklace; once it’s already on, the prankster makes a slow dash across the room – usually towards the door – that would then prompt the clerk to take quick action.

How a Chinese American Hustled Her Jewelry into the Olympics for Free, Increased Business By 1000%

Mirai Nagasu made history at the PyeongChang Winter Olympics 2018 when she became the first American woman to land a triple axel at the Olympics. Besides helping the team take home the bronze medal, she also exposed over 28 million people to a Los Angeles-based designer thousands of miles away.

Nagasu was wearing a pair of delicate triangle shaped gemstone earring jackets when she accomplished her Olympic feat. These earrings were made by Sonia Hou, a Chinese American designer who started her jewelry line as a side hustle in 2013. The so-called Fire Earrings hold white quartz gems which are mythically known as the “master healer” and can ward off negative energy. Nagasu and her fashion accessories made headlines and Popsugar referred to the earrings as “a secret weapon.”