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A 187-year-old jewelry store closing its doors, a diamond-related cryptocurrency scam, and lagging diamond sales were among last week’s talk-of-the-town jewelry news headlines.
Robert Haack Diamonds in Milwaukee will reimburse customers up to $5,000 if the city’s team can net the ultimate victory.
Denise and Martin Siegel were recognized for their service to Greenwood House, a senior care center in New Jersey.
Cornwell Jewelers is located in Athens, a small town in southeast Ohio that’s home to Ohio University.
Tara Hutchinson moved into a new house last month, complete with a fully furnished jewelry studio.
JBT data shows that 73 U.S. retailers went out of business in the first quarter, down from 241 in the same period last year.
Monique Allen, wife of Crown Color’s Lewis Allen, was eating breakfast in their hotel when a bomb went off.
A retailer’s expansion, WJA Award Honorees, and a Beverly Hills “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” moment were among last week’s jewelry news headlines.
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