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He was known for his gregarious nature and always treating everyone like family.
Authorities have not recovered any of the 18th century royal jewels that were stolen, but museum officials remain hopeful.
Peter Smith winds down the year with lessons on smizing, the importance of body language and closing the sale.
The undeclared jewels were headed to a New York auction house.
Holiday sales could rise more than 5 percent this season, but the rising number of new COVID-19 cases remains a threat.
The association’s annual Tucson conference, meanwhile, will go virtual.
Wally Perlman stepped in to run his late brother Denis’ jewelry store after a tragic plane crash but is heading into retirement after 20 years.
Watches & Wonders Geneva canceled its in-person show slated for April 2021, while the show formerly known as Baselworld is still set to go on.
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