The History Behind … Cameos

The history behind ... Jewelers’ love affair with cameos has been recurrent since the Roman era, and a handful of contemporary designers continue to innovate the iconic jewelry style. Read More »

Piece of the Week: Lorraine Schwartz’s Emerald Cuff

Piece of the week. The massive emerald cuff and its matching partner adorned the wrists of actress Blake Lively at the Golden Globes. Can you guess who designed it? Read More »

3 Retail Predictions for 2017

3 predictions for 2017. There’ll be continued consolidation and a desire to experience and access, but not necessarily own, things. Read More »

And the Golden Globe for Best Jewel Goes To…

Red carpet ready. Ruth Negga, Blake Lively, Zazie Beetz and Isabelle Huppert were just a few of the starlets who kicked off awards season with a bang. Read More »

Marketing Minute: Stop Leaving Money on the Table

Resolution time. In 2017, jewelers need to figure out better, more productive ways to market their stores, columnist Jim Ackerman writes. Read More »

Book of the Month: Creating a Culture of Trust

Book of the month. National Jeweler’s pick for January explores what happens to employees’ brains when they feel trusted, and why it’s good for business. Read More »

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While Birks Group turned in a strong performance, Tiffany’s Trump Tower woes brought down sales.
The brand’s jewelry was manufactured and distributed by Jacmel Jewelry but that will be changing come Feb. 1.
Janusz Kawa, whose work has appeared in Vogue, will lead a two-day workshop on jewelry photography in March.
Reed Krakoff; Image courtesy of Tiffany & Co.
The jewelry house is expanding the designer’s role from luxury goods collaborator to design director as Francesca Amfitheatrof exits the company.
Abigail Lee Kemp, 25, was sentenced Friday in a Florida federal court after pleading guilty to multiple jewelry store robberies.
Kay Jewelers, Bulgari and Patek Philippe were the evening’s big winners alongside Lifetime Achievement honoree Jim Rosenheim.

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