He first took a job at then Philadelphia-based Jewelers’ Circular-Keystone in 1963 and retired in 1996.
Smiling Rocks’ Lab Grown Diamond Engagement and Wedding Rings Collection
Smiling Rocks launches its new Bridal collection, Smiling Brides, featuring 6 different lab grown diamond shapes with 6 different settings.
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“Our retail partners can easily present all the classic designs in one given display, if any consumers are buying an engagement ring, 7 out of 10 are buying the classic designs we offer. There is no room for consumers to walk out the store without picking a ring.” says CEO and Co-founder of Zulu Ghevriya.
Smiling Rocks jewelry not only is breathtaking, but also ethical and transparent. Each diamond is inscribed with the logo and identifies the diamond’s origin and source transparency.
The brand’s mission is to give back with each jewelry purchased through its Smiling Rocks Foundation. They support four major sectors: environmental protection, medical support, education support and animal protection. Consumers who purchase from Smiling Rocks can chose which sectors they would like their purchase to support. It’s the brand’s effort to extend the chain of smile from the consumers to the community.
It cited two recent cases in California, plus incidents in Florida, Kansas, and Illinois.
Rare & Forever is helping to create an enjoyable diamond buying experience for the millions of newly-engaged couples.
The 10,000-square-foot location allows for expanded collections from design partners while continuing custom design and other services.
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All proceeds up to $25,000 will benefit the It Gets Better Project, a nonprofit that supports LGBTQ+ youth.
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LVMH’s investment arm has taken a stake in Lusix, a lab-grown diamond company based in Israel.
Sotheby’s New York put a colorless diamond and a fancy deep orange-brown diamond up for sale last week, with mixed results.
Profits will help them recoup financial losses.
The organization also extended the terms of Vice President Feriel Zerouki and Treasurer Ronnie VanderLinden.
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Glatz owned and operated Glatz Jewelers in Aliquippa, Pennsylvania for more than 40 years.
The organization will present three awards at its annual dinner, dance, and gala in October.
The New York jeweler also made the pop star’s wedding bands.
It’s predicted to sell for up to $484,000 during the Bonhams Hong Kong Jewels and Jadeite auction on June 22.
The recipient will receive up to $17,500 toward a tech-focused certification or program of their choice.