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Wingin’ it is the way to soar through the holidays.
The week began with reports that the fine jewelry industry seems to have gotten the holiday season off to a strong start, with a number of retailers saying that they had unusually strong Black Friday weekends and five online-only retailers reporting an increase in sales on Cyber Monday.
Now that the holiday season is officially here, jewelers should bank on the fact that bold jewels will appeal to customers.
Bar none, the simple line necklace--straight across or curved into a “smile”--has leapt to the top of the fashion trends.
After manufacturing fine jewelry for more than 45 years, family-run brand Estenza embarked on a rebranding effort a little over a year ago and set out to expand its business in the United States.
Personalized jewels have had fans since the beginning of time--one probably could find some kind of charm bracelet in more than a few pharaoh’s tombs.
Each year, New York’s Museum of Arts and Design, MAD for short, celebrates the art of jewelry via the “Loot: MAD About Jewelry” exhibition.
Founded in 1977, Lagos has built its name on old-world craftsmanship and modern innovation.
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