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A somber mood settled over the jewelry industry this week with news of the passing of Cindy Edelstein, a consultant, entrepreneur, author, editor and friend who died suddenly Sunday at the age of 51.
It was a tough holiday season for Tiffany & Co., which saw same-store sales slide 5 percent globally and 8 percent in the Americas.
Bold diamond necklaces were a standout jewelry trend at Sunday’s Golden Globe Awards, marking a resurgence after colorful statement earrings and ornate cocktail rings ruled the red carpet for a few years.
Signet Jewelers kicked off the year reporting a 5 percent increase in same-store holiday sales, driven by solid sales of diamond jewelry, particularly its two-stone “Ever Us” line.
The year began with news in the wearable tech sector, and didn’t quit.
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