One of the most popular stories last week was on Tiffany&Co.’s new lines for fall, including the Bow collection, pictured here.
New York--Here are the top five stories on NationalJeweler.com from July 19 to 25, 2015, according to Google Analytics.

1. Oft-convicted jewel thief allegedly strikes again
Police believe that 84-year-old Doris Payne, whose career snatching baubles spans decades, stole a $33,000 diamond ring from the David Yurman store in Charlotte, N.C. earlier this month.

2. Tiffany & Co. all tied up for fall
The New York retailer seems to be betting high on classic diamond designs for the coming season, rebooting existing collections that include bows, infinity symbols and flowers.

3. Colors that’ll be hot when the temperature drops
It might be hard to imagine with the mercury topping 90, but it’s time to start thinking about fall trends. Here are 10 pieces of jewelry inspired by Pantone’s fall palette.

4. Diamond District jeweler killed by hit-and-run
The death of Rafaello & Co.’s Aron “Eric” Aranbayev, who was hit by a car in Queens last week, has been ruled a homicide.

5. 5 wearable tech brands to exhibit at JA New York
This story previewed the high-tech jewelry that will be on display at the show, including a wellness ring that measures sleep, rest and active life and a bracelet that filters the wearer’s mobile notifications.

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