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JM Care Plan covers damage from normal wear and tear on both watches and jewelry.
He started as a bench jeweler at the age of 17 and was “never happier than when he was creating a piece of jewelry.”
He started his jewelry company after serving as a tail gunner in the Pacific Theater in World War II.
The industry veteran will handle the western regions of the United States and Canada.
The jewelry brand is asking couples to submit a video showing how they are forging their own way for the chance to win a set of wedding bands.
The World War II veteran got into the business of trade publications after working in the garment industry.
Fresh off another trade show, Peter Smith shares his thoughts on the widely used, and much debated, practice.
Steven Singer Jewelers is offering a decadent dessert filled with diamonds while Northeastern Fine Jewelry will give a restaurant gift card to shoppers.
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