By Michelle Graff
An article predicting jewelry trends for 2015, an engagement ring spending study and a blog post explaining why there are diamond in Arkansas were among the most-read stories on National Jeweler in 2015.
New York-- What did National Jeweler’s readers click on the most this year? It turns out they found stories about the past and the future equally enthralling. 

Many readers clicked on our March story about The Knot’s annual study on engagement ring spending, and also wanted to know what would be in style in the coming year, both for fashion and for bridal jewelry.

 At the same time, two stories involving the antique jewelry market attracted traffic, as did stories about crime in the industry and the increasing number of retailers closing up shop.

Read on to see what else was popular in 2015.

1. Average engagement ring spend inches closer to $6K

2. Jewelry trends to watch in 2015

3. The ongoing debate over old cuts

4. 6 bridal jewelry trends for 2015

5. The History Behind … Mizpah jewelry

6. GIA recalls hundreds of diamonds

7. IRS raids Arizona jewelry store

8. Retailers, wholesalers continue to close up shop

9. Why there are diamonds in Arkansas

10. About Retail: An American takes on Paris

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