By Michelle Graff
A preview of the upcoming antique jewelry show in Las Vegas was the second most popular story on last week.
New York--Here are the top five stories on from May 17 to 23, according to Google Analytics.

1. GIA recalls hundreds of diamonds
On the list of National Jeweler’s most popular stories for the second week in a row, the GIA announced earlier this month it wants to reexamine the stones because it believes they’ve undergone a temporary treatment that improves their color by as much as three grades. 

2. 11 pieces to see at the antique jewelry show
The Las Vegas Antique Jewelry & Watch Show begins Thursday, May 28 and runs through Sunday, May 31 at the Paris hotel. It is open only to the trade.

3. A look back: 20 years of Couture
National Jeweler asked show organizers, designers and retailers to share memories from their first Couture experience as the show celebrates its 20th anniversary. 

4. Data revision paints grim picture for jewelers
Jewelry sales are down for the sixth consecutive month and revised data from the U.S. Commerce Dept. shows a smaller and less lucrative jewelry market overall. 

5. Nordstrom introduces shopping via text
Salespeople or stylists now can send customers messages about a product they might like and all they have to do is text back “buy” to purchase it. 

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