A story about how the 10 new designers making their trade show debut at the JA New York show was one of the most-read stories on NationalJeweler.com last week.
New York--Here are the top five stories published on NationalJeweler.com for the week of July 17 to 23, according to Google Analytics.

1. 10 Buildings Set for Demolition in NYC Diamond District
Extell Development, which constructed the new International Gem Tower, reportedly plans to raze 10 older buildings in the same area, which is the geographical heart of New York City’s diamond industry.

2. The 10 Designers of JANY’s New Designer Gallery
Ten new designers are making their trade show debut at the JA New York Summer show, which is being held now through Tuesday at the Javits Center in New York.

3. $715K Wire Transfer from GJEPC Goes Missing
A $715,000 payment meant to cover expenses for the India Pavilion at this year’s JCK Las Vegas event never made it to show organizers.

4. Jewelry Designers Embrace New Types of Customization
Designers are exploring inventive ways for customers to personalize beyond monograms and birthstones.

5. The U.S. Market: An Overseas Perspective
Shmuel Schnitzer, the head of the Israeli Diamond Institute, spoke with National Jeweler about the U.S. economy, the biggest challenge facing jewelers and the upcoming election.



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