National Jeweler’s editors have spent the past couple weeks visiting pop-ups and secret-shopping online. Now, we’re checking out a new brick-and-mortar concept store.
It is a challenge being issued by designer Toby Pomeroy that would help to improve the lives of artisanal gold miners worldwide.
Vision, flexibility and a call for gender diversity were among the points that made it into Editor-in-Chief Michelle Graff’s notebook.
Signet CEO Gina Drosos recently indicated the retailer would be open to carrying fashion jewelry set with man-made stones. Will Lightbox be the line for them?
Cushion-cut diamonds, for one, Editor-in-Chief Michelle Graff reports after digesting the latest data from GemFind.
They don’t form in the same layer of the Earth as other diamonds.
Crimes without punishment, amazing gemstones and legal rows round out the list of the most-read stories on NationalJeweler.com in the first half of the year.  
Rapaport lambasted De Beers in his annual breakfast presentation in Las Vegas and has since publicly claimed the diamond company is destroying transparency in the trade. Editor-in-Chief Michelle Graff examines the genesis of his claims.
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