CVC Stones Partners with Venyx on Zodiac Collection

What’s your sign? If you’re a Scorpio, this pendant is for you. It’s one of the pieces in a new zodiac-centric collaboration between CVC Stones and Venyx. Read More »

From Capitol Hill, An Update on Sales Tax ‘Fairness’

News from the Hill. A group of jewelers recently visited Washington, D.C. to speak with members of Congress about bills that are important to the industry, including sales tax “fairness.” Here is what they learned. Read More »

Column: The ‘Thinking Error’ Holding Jewelers Back

Flawed thinking? The No. 1 mistake made by many store owners today is thinking of themselves as jewelers instead of marketers of fine jewelry, Jim Ackerman says. Read More »

Andrea Fohrman on Launching Enamel in Fall Collection

Taste the rainbow. Andrea Fohrman is bringing more color to her fall 2016 collection by incorporating enamel, particularly in pastel shades. Read More »

One to Watch: R.Y.M. Jewelry

One to Watch. Meet Reem Mobassaleh, the woman behind R.Y.M. Jewelry who is making fine jewelry functional and wearable without sacrificing design. Read More »

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Jeff Gennette, left, will become the CEO of Macy’s Inc. in the first quarter of 2017, taking over for Terry Lundgren. Lundgren has led the retailer since 2003.
Terry Lundgren, who has led the retailer since 2003, will become executive chairman while Macy’s President Jeff Gennette takes over as CEO.
Jewelry designer Jennie Kwon discusses how she’s transitioned her aesthetic without losing the design signature that put her on the map.
The jewelry designer discusses how she’s transitioned her aesthetic without losing the design signature that put her on the map.
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Quiet Storms was designed by an architect who primarily does residential properties, Elizabeth Roberts.
Co-founder of Think PR Reshma Patel wants her newly opened fine and fashion jewelry boutique to be a respite from the chaos of Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
This Fabergé frame was estimated to sell for between $40,000 and $60,000, but was purchased for $245,000, making it the highest-priced item of the sale.
High points from Christie’s sale of the late comedian’s possessions include Faberge objets d’art and a Tiffany & Co. dog bowl.

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