A blog post about the domestic colored stone market was one of the most-read stories on National Jeweler last week.
New York--Here are the five most-read stories on National Jeweler last week, according to Google Analytics.

1. Squirrel Spotting: Let Your Product Breathe
Peter Smith recently went on a trip with his 16-year-old son. Here’s what it taught him about how young people shop.

2. Greenland Rubies: What We Know At This Point
National Jeweler chatted with Hayley Henning, of Greenland Ruby, about what the mining company’s discovered so far and what still needs to be done.

3. The Rebirth of Brother Wolf
How a pair of 26-year-old twins from Pittsburgh are reinventing a line of religious jewelry that, they say, has mass potential.

4. 5 Things to Know About … American Gems
From the rise of Montana sapphires to a new cutting facility in New Jersey, here are some interesting facts about the domestic colored stone market.

5. Phillips Starts NY Auctions with Paul Newman’s Rolex
The Ref. 6239 Cosmograph Daytona, a gift from his wife after he discovered a passion for racecar driving, is predicted to sell for more than $1 million next month.



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