Bulova brought back the Computron at Baselworld 2019, a digital LED watch first made in the 1970s.
New York—Falling behind on the week’s jewelry news? Here are five stories to get you back in the loop.

1. Coronet Breaks Record for Most Diamonds Set on A Watch
Marking the brand’s ninth Guinness World Record, the “Mudan” watch is on display at Baselworld now.

2. From Basel: Bulova Honors Founder, Reboots the Computron
The Computron is a digital watch first introduced in the 1970s that’s been updated with dual time zone function.

3. After House Fire, Designer Raises Funds for Fire Dept.
Jewelry designer Theresa Kaz wants to give back to the volunteer fire department that risked everything for her home and family.

4. Coming Off a 22% Slide, Baselworld Outlines Turnaround Plan
The three-year plan starts in 2020, with a 10 to 30 percent price cut for exhibitors and an area dedicated to smartwatches and other wearables.

5. Arrest Made in Fatal Las Vegas Jewelry Store Robbery
The armed robbery occurred back in December at John Fish Jewelers in Las Vegas.



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