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This is a rendering of the new Shreve & Co. flagship store, located in San Francisco, California.
The diamond house will call a shop-in-shop in the new Shreve & Co. flagship store home.
Amazon’s grocery store that allows customers to purchase items via app and simply exit the store with them will open in early 2017, the company says.
Amazon has unveiled a grocery store without checkout lines, while Rent the Runway has opened a flagship location.
Located in Washington, North Carolina’s historic downtown, Washington Jewelers is holding a going-out-of-business sale.
An update on how many jewelry businesses called it quits in Q3 and a story on Tiffany’s holiday window displays were among the most-read stories on National Jeweler last week.
Year-to-date, nearly 900 retailers in the U.S. and Canada have closed up shop, along with 178 wholesalers and 104 manufacturers.
Randy Abalkhad, the former owner of Romano’s Jewelers stores, pleaded guilty to charges of identity theft and fraud.
Charles Stanley, pictured left, and Yancy Weinrich, pictured right, are Jewelers for Children’s 2017 Facets of Hope honorees.
Jewelers for Children will honor Charles Stanley of Forevermark and Yancy Weinrich of JCK Events at its annual dinner.
Dissatisfied because your “throw-it-at-the-wall-and-see-if-it-sticks” approach to marketing isn’t working? Try this five-part plan from Jim Ackerman instead.
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