By Hannah Connorton
hannah.connorton@nationaljeweler.com
Two new consumer-facing websites geared toward jewelry-buying launched this week, marking continued efforts to stimulate demand for jewelry.

A judge ruled Tuesday that Yelp must reveal what it knows about the identity of a reviewer who posted an allegedly libelous review about her experience at a Boston jeweler’s store, while the JSA put out an alert on a female thief that allegedly has entered at least three jewelry stores alone and armed and tied up staff.


In addition, Movado announced actress Alexandra Daddario as the newest face of the brand, and jewelry auction veteran Daniel Struyf was named as international jewelry director at Bonhams.

Check out the week that happened, in photos.





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