November 2010

Losing Allen Brill

Several years ago at an industry dinner, Allen Brill commented to me about an obituary I had written about diamond industry legend William Goldberg. "I hope someone writes something that nice about me... read more..

Designer Spotlight: Elisa Solomon

In my job covering the fashion side of jewelry for National Jeweler, I see more than my fair share of pieces so it's always a pleasure to come across designs that stand out and show a unique perspecti... read more..

A royal engagement

With Kate Middleton and Prince William's engagement making headlines around the world yesterday, thus began what is sure to be a long run of scrutiny over the style choices of the soon-to-be princess ... read more..

Fighting fire with fire

Here's a company that's doing something about it, rather than complaining about it. For the past few holiday seasons, electronics have eaten our lunch. They've just been sexier, with more fun, interes... read more..

NYT on millennials and personalization

Back in the August issue of National Jeweler, we wrote about the need among young engagement ring buyers--particularly those who are part of the generation known as the "Millennials" or "Generation Y"... read more..

Designer Spotlight: Nolan

Teeny-tiny stacking rings, pendant necklaces and stud earrings have been jewelry tradeshow staples over the last few seasons, and it's no wonder. The small size of these pieces means the price is ofte... read more..
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