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Burke, who co-founded Burkes Fine Jewelers in Kilmarnock, Va. with his wife in 1969, passed away late last month.
Although recent JBT data shows the jewelry industry is continuing to shrink, David Desso Fine Watches & Jewelry opened on Long Island’s South Shore this month. 
Retailer George Pelz has dropped the libel lawsuit he filed against one Yelp user after he got what he wanted--the poster’s untrue review of his store removed from the website.
This is the second new location for the historic retailer since it was acquired in 2006 by jeweler Alfredo Molina.
But it’s not what one might think. Smyth Jewelers worked with its advertising agency and Uneek jewelry to create a 17-foot tall engagement ring that’s definitely a conversation piece.
The Florida jeweler is giving its local Humane Society a boost by a sponsoring pet adoptions and sharing a photo of one animal in need of a good home on its Facebook page every week.
Arkansas retailer Roberson’s Fine Jewelry held a private event on Thursday, inviting female customers to talk trends and even take a stroll on the red carpet.
Frances Wills Moore started working at Bromberg’s in Alabama when she was a teenager in 1939 and didn’t stop until this past spring.
In addition to jewelry, Baltimore-based Smyth Jewelers carries a variety of gifts to bring in more traffic and increase profits. The latest addition? A self-balancing, two-wheeled scooter called the Cyboard.
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