The latest crop of talent featured in JA New York's New Designer Gallery was the subject of one of National Jeweler's most-read stories last week.
New York--These were the five most popular stories on National Jeweler last week, according to Google Analytics.


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1. Ivanka Trump to Discontinue Fine Jewelry Line
After an uncertain few months, the company said that while Ivanka Trump Fine Jewelry will no longer be produced, its newer, lower-priced fashion line will continue.


2. GIA Detects 101 Undisclosed Synthetics in Melee Parcel
Nearly one-third of the diamonds in a parcel screened by the GIA’s Mumbai lab were found to be lab-grown diamonds.


3. Jewelry Crime Increases for First Time Since 2012
The number of crimes reported to the Jewelers Security Alliance rose to 1,245 last year, though John J. Kennedy cautions against making too much of the increase.


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4. London Jewelers’ Customers to ‘Race for the Ring’
The retailer is holding an event next month where customers will participate in a scavenger hunt around downtown New York City to win a diamond ring.


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5. Meet the Fresh Faces of JA New York’s New Designer Gallery
The JA New York Spring show, held March 12 to 14, hosted eight up-and-coming brands to watch.

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