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Dione Kenyon, Stewart Wicht and Hank Siegel all will be honored at the organization’s annual dinner this summer in New York.
The Jewelry Coach outlines 5 questions jewelers and their teams should contemplate to find out how to make a client, not the business or product, the focus of a sale.
Ronnie Adolf of Adolf Jewelers in Virginia was lauded for his continued success and performance in his field, as well as his charitable giving in the community.
Sissy Jones, Peter Engel and the team at Ben Bridge Jeweler all will be inducted into the Women’s Jewelry Association’s Hall of Fame this July in New York.
Harold Markman, who founded Markman’s Diamonds and Fine Jewelry in Knoxville with his wife Ida passed away Sunday. He was 89.
The American Gem Society and AGS Laboratories announced today that CEO Ruth Batson will retire in the summer of 2017, marking the end of a nearly 25-year career with the organization.
Esperanza diamond
The 4.62-carat stone, found at the Crater of Diamonds State Park in Arkansas, is in the middle of a three-month tour of American Gem Society-member stores.
The longtime owner of Ernest A. Glave Jeweler in downtown San Jose died Dec. 22 in a tragic accident.
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