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Diving into the estate jewelry category for the first time can be daunting for a jeweler. Fortunately, Alan Nacht of Bernard Nacht & Co. has outlined six steps jewelers can take to be sure they’re entering the category the right way.
One jeweler found a way to get more than 150 cars to pull into her parking lot one Saturday, when he invited area residents to come shred their private documents for free.
Schiffman’s Jewelers has been named the 2014 North Carolina Family Business of the Year in the century category by the Wake Forest University Family Business Center and Business North Carolina. 
Spending a total of four hours with a media buying consultant resulted in a statistical epiphany, so to speak, for one Pennsylvania retailer, changing the way he divvies up his budget among radio, broadcast television and cable.
Hamilton Jewelers has launched a digital contest to give consumers the opportunity to tell why their mother is the greatest and win her a Mother’s Day present. 
Owners of an antique and estate jewelry business discuss the ups and downs of dealing in objects from the past and how they’re positioning the store for the future. 
Mervis Diamonds has long been a supporter of the gay community, holding dedicated events and offering specialized bridal jewelry. Now, the company wants to bring all of its customers together as “one big happy family,” and is kicking off the idea with a trunk show. 
Decades after seeing his late father in a dream inspired him to write a song, Sam Rosenbaum’s “Why did you leave me now?” played over the credits of a well-known television show in a case of what the Toronto jeweler calls “divine intervention.” 
On a busy afternoon in his store, one Illinois retailer strayed from the normal procedures used when buying diamonds over the counter and ended up with moissanite. He cautions other retailers to take their time when buying merchandise off the street and inspect the metal and stones carefully. 
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