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The “Jewels for Children” raffle, supported by various Richmond jewelers, held its annual fund-raising event this fall, garnering more than $9,000 for charity. 
Dale Perelman spent years at the helm of King’s of New Castle, a family-owned chain that had 51 stores at its peak. Now semi-retired, the Western Pennsylvania native has tackled a topic of great local interest in his latest book, Steel.  
Forget the electronics. One retailer in the Northeast said it is making its Black Friday offerings on point for the climate this year, giving customers who spend more than $1,499 a snow blower.  
Chirag Bhagat of Spotswood Jewelers in New Jersey, discusses how community involvement has helped his store grow, and how they work to make clients feel comfortable.
 Feel a jewelry store can’t compete with all the big-box deals on Black Friday? One New York jeweler doesn’t buy it and is getting technical to draw in customers.
Sandra Helayne Schechter Hequin, a member of the family that owns Miami mainstay Morays Jewelers, died last week after a brief battle with cancer. She was 53. 
Pascal Lacroix named a client of Minnesota retailer Lasker Jewelers as the winner of the Grand Giveaway drawing, meant to celebrate the designer’s 35th anniversary by giving back to the consumers and retailers who have supported him. 
MJ Christensen Diamonds discusses the how and why behind their decision to carry BeadforLife, a line of fair trade, handmade paper jewelry crafted by women in Uganda.
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