New York—National Jeweler, a source of up-to-date information for jewelers since 1906, is adding another print issue and editor in the coming year.

“The Market Issue” will be published in early May 2019, ahead of market week, and contain in-depth articles designed to help retailers navigate the many jewelry trade shows in Las Vegas.

The Market Issue joins the “Retailer Hall of Fame,” which now will come out in July, and “The State of the Majors” report in October in National Jeweler’s lineup of annual, exclusive print issues.  

In conjunction with the addition of another print issue, the 112-year-old trade publication is now hiring.

National Jeweler is seeking a New York-based associate editor to cover news, including breaking stories in the industry, overall retail trends and how they impact jewelers, and crime.

The new associate editor will join Editor-in-Chief Michelle Graff, Brecken Branstrator, who now has the title of senior editor, gemstones, and Ashley Davis, whose title is now fashion editor.

For information about advertising in The Market Issue or to receive the 2019 media kit, contact Publisher Matthew Tratner at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 646-658-5805.

For more information about the associate editor position, please visit the classifieds section of

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Since 1906, National Jeweler has been the must-read news source for smart jewelry professionals--jewelry retailers, designers, buyers, manufacturers, and suppliers. From market analysis to emerging jewelry trends, we cover the important industry topics vital to the everyday success of jewelry professionals worldwide. National Jeweler delivers the most urgent jewelry news necessary for running your day-to-day jewelry business here, and via our daily e-newsletter, website and other specialty publications, such as "The State of the Majors." National Jeweler is published by Jewelers of America, the leading nonprofit jewelry association in the United States.