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Being brave enough to focus on a specific one could lead to an easy and profitable business, Jim Ackerman writes.
Peter Smith suggests adopting a seamless turnover practice that includes “loitering with intent.”
He comes to the diamond band brand with more than 30 years’ experience in jewelry.
Online jewelry seller Mejuri has opened a New York City space where customers can try on and order pieces.
He opened Montreaux with Irving Katz after repairing watches and making pearl jewelry at the bench.
It’s the jewelry salesperson’s job to put them at ease using a little SPIN, Jim Ackerman writes.
The retailer is partnering with pre-owned luxury timepiece seller Crown & Caliber to give store credit or cash for customers’ watches.
In January, jewelers Larry and Kat Stokes will take over Russell Korman Fine Jewelry.
National Jeweler honors those individuals the jewelry industry said goodbye to this year.
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