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Peter Smith discusses the possibilities that come with asking customers to talk about the person for whom they are buying.
For $1 million, customers at Jeffrey Mann Fine Jewelers can buy a 16-carat Forevermark diamond and get a Mercedes Benz as a “gift with purchase.”
One Ohio jeweler is offering a luxury package for the holidays that includes a 16-carat, $1 million Forevermark diamond and a 2017 Mercedes Benz S550 Cabriolet.
The luxury jewelry retailer will close the doors on its only Oregon store following a liquidation sale that starts Thursday.  
Retailer James Alperin details the thought process behind his decision to close the suburban Cleveland jewelry store he’s operated since 1983.  
Pictured left is Marina Manolopoulou-Vassiliou, the founder of Kultia Jewels. On the right are rings by Elena Votsi, one of the designers sold by the online retailer.
Greece is known for its proliferation of talented jewelers; now meet its coolest fine jewelry e-commerce site.
From brushes to cleaning pens, here are the company’s new products that retailers can stock to keep customers’ jewels shining.
She was one of the WJA’s 12 founding members, and one of the highest-ranked female jewelry executives of her time.
“Rémy teaches an art that we don’t want to lose as a ‘lost art,’” said New York Jewelry Design Institute founder Jenine Lepera Izzi.
This month, Rémy Rotenier is bringing his expertise to the New York Jewelry Design Institute for a five-day workshop.
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