From the large sums of money that can be recovered from carpeting to the trichroism of tanzanite, Editor-in-Chief Michelle Graff shares what she learned over her weekend at Stuller headquarters.
Small, thinner watches and jewelry that transitions easily from day to night were among the trends our editor-in-chief spotted in Switzerland.
An article published in The Washington Post this week about how bars are dealing with the deluge of requests to charge patrons’ smartphones brings up the larger question of, when is it OK to say “no” to a customer?
One Florida jeweler recently donated a pair of wedding bands to a couple who’ve been married for nearly seven decades but never had a wedding, until now.
Which states are home to the country’s biggest diamonds? What are the most popular diamond shapes where your store is located? Editor-in-Chief Michelle Graff examines it all via White Pine’s new report.
Editor-in-Chief Michelle Graff sits down with the founder of Stone & Strand to better understand what the e-tailer hopes to gain by opening a physical space.
Editor-in-Chief Michelle Graff highlights her 5 favorite features of the new and improved NationalJeweler.com.
Editor-in-Chief Michelle Graff shares her thoughts, and others’ memories, of Cindy Edelstein, who was everything to the jewelry industry.
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