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The iconic New York jeweler will loosen the reins on its tightly controlled distribution network later this month when it starts selling select pieces from the “Tiffany T” collection on the e-commerce site.
In its latest research about which jewelry was searched for most on Google, Karus Chains found that the bracelet was the most popular designer jewelry piece with an average 353,840 monthly searches.
A consumer in California is suing HauteLook, claiming it is misleading consumers regarding the quality and value of the “authentic” vintage Rolex watches it sometimes sells.
The smart jewelry company, which first created rings that connect to the wearer’s smartphone to receive notifications, is expanding its product line with a collection of bracelets.
The brick-and-mortar location is slated to open this summer at the Washington Square Mall in Portland and will be the e-tailer’s fourth physical location.
The New York City-based vendor of jewelry display and packaging materials now is offering online ordering via its newly enhanced and streamlined website.
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The brand has made its men’s and women’s fashion jewelry available for purchase on its website while its bridal lines remain exclusive to retail partners.
Online sales in November-December 2015 rose 13 percent year-over-year, bolstered by the increasing number of consumers shopping on smartphones and tablets.
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