An article about Michael C. Fina closing its physical store and going online only was among the most-read stories on National Jeweler last week.

New York--Here are the top five stories published on for the week of April 3 to 9, according to Google Analytics.

1. Which Social Media Platforms Are Best for Jewelers?
Likeable Local’s Mike Farrell runs down the pluses and minuses of Facebook, Instagram, etc. in his latest column for National Jeweler.

2. Nordstrom Flash Sale Site Sued Over Vintage Rolex Sales
A California man has slapped HauteLook with a potential class action lawsuit alleging that the “authentic” vintage Rolex he bought on the site was not as advertised.

3. Designer’s Diary: The Consignment Crisis
In her latest column for National Jeweler, jewelry designer Jacqueline Stone examines the controversy surrounding consignment.

4. Michael C. Fina Shutters Store, Goes Online Only
The New York jewelry retailer, which has been in business since 1935, announced last week that it is closing its store later this month and will operating as an e-commerce business only.

5. Fla. Jeweler Takes Top Prize in Stuller’s Bench Battle
David Adamson of Lynn Haven, Fla. was selected as the overall winner at Stuller’s first Battle of the Benches, held April 1 to 3 during its annual Bench Jeweler Workshop.

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