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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.
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.
The Berkshire Hathaway subsidiary continues to expand with the purchase of the company once called Samuel Aaron Jewelry.
The packaging and display company has left the Bronx location it called home for more than 70 years to move into a bigger facility in Elmsford, New York.
November-December comps were down 5 percent for the company that owns Kay Jewelers and Zales.
The jewelry retail chain described U.S. stores as needing “some extra focus” but said it still sees opportunity in the market.
The retailer pulled the initial public offer filing it made in August 2015, stating that it is “not in its best interests to proceed” at this time.
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