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He was known for his gregarious nature and always treating everyone like family.
Peter Smith winds down the year with lessons on smizing, the importance of body language and closing the sale.
Wally Perlman stepped in to run his late brother Denis’ jewelry store after a tragic plane crash but is heading into retirement after 20 years.
Husband of designer Penny Preville and president of the company that bears her name, Siskin passed away Nov. 15 after a brief battle with liver cancer.
The World War II veteran and longtime active member of the jewelry industry is remembered for his kindness and generosity.
Her “warm smile and generous eyes” left a lasting mark on the retailer, Borsheims said.
From fewer stores to socially distanced shelving, here’s how COVID-19 has changed the in-store experience.
The Atlanta native was a lifelong Georgia Tech football fan and an active member of GIA, AGS, Jewelers of America and other industry organizations.
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