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Editor-in-Chief Michelle Graff recaps a webinar in which she learned more about the stones’ formation, inclusions and the oldest diamonds on Earth.
From “Suspicion” to an 80-carat yellow diamond, Editor-in-Chief Michelle Graff wants to help you fill your free time with some solid films that include good jewelry.
Though not actually a gemstone, the man-made material tells the story of American automotive history.
Editor-in-Chief Michelle Graff breaks down the data from GemFind’s annual report detailing activity on jewelry retail websites.
The once-mighty retailer’s recent struggles are a testament to the importance of listening to your customers, Associate Editor Lenore Fedow writes.
Gauging buying at the shows, the stones and shapes we heard about nonstop, and other considerations from the desert.
Associate Editor Lenore Fedow details how the call for sustainability permeated the two conferences while also examining how a buzzword can lose its meaning.
And puppies named Emerald, Opal and Tanzanite, who rescuers are trying to bring to the U.S. from a Korean slaughterhouse.
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