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Cuff bracelets have been around forever, and they bounce in and out of fashion often.
A luxury goods company won a battle against websites that sell counterfeit goods in London while Jewelers Mutual gave jewelers a lesson on how to use social media safely, and National Jeweler launched the inaugural edition of its online-only magazine.
Leo Ingwer has unveiled 1939, a new collection that offers engagement rings, earrings, and fashion rings inspired by antique designs for the modern bride.
A sudden resignation at the world’s largest specialty jeweler, the announcement of a Lifetime Achievement Award recipient and a $100,000 donation to combat the worldwide outbreak of Ebola were the major news breaks in the industry.
The sale of an 8.41-carat fancy vivid purple-pink diamond set a new record in Hong Kong while Neiman Marcus came out with its Christmas Book and J.C. Penney announced plans for profitability that include a focus on fine jewelry.
This week, Apple gave the public a preview of its new smartwatch at retailer Colette in Paris, hinting at what type of store might carry the product once it’s released.
Since 1997, designer Melissa Joy Manning has created her jewelry using recycled metals and locally sourced stones.
Monday began with the resignation of Fyodor Andreev, president of Alrosa, the world’s largest diamond producer by volume.
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