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Janusz Kawa, whose work has appeared in Vogue, will lead a two-day workshop on jewelry photography in March.
Abigail Lee Kemp, 25, was sentenced Friday in a Florida federal court after pleading guilty to multiple jewelry store robberies.
Thung Van Huynh and his co-conspirators used counterfeit driver’s licenses to apply for credit and purchase luxury watches at jewelry stores across the country.
Retail sales hit $658.3 billion in November and December as the strengthening economy encouraged consumers to spend more than expected.
A council of jewelers is heading the effort to educate consumers on custom jewelry design and connect them with capable designers.
The 58-year-old man convicted of shooting and killing jewelry store owner Xavier Egoavil was sentenced last week in Jersey City.
In 2017, jewelers need to figure out better, more productive ways to market their stores, columnist Jim Ackerman writes.
Police reportedly conducted a raid across France early Monday morning, rounding up more than a dozen suspects in the robbery of Kim Kardashian West.
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