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And when will jewelers jump on board? Columnist Jim Ackerman wants to know.
The showroom is located on Worth Avenue, an upscale shopping area that also houses Chanel, Graff and Tiffany & Co.
Randolph Jewelers in Placerville, California is closing its doors as owner Charles Stephens retires.
Say these things instead, suggests National Jeweler guest columnist Sherry Smith.
Sarah Turner succeeds Miguel Gómez-Ibáñez, who helmed North Bennet Street School for 12 years and retires in December.
El Dorado-based Murphy-Pitard Jewelers is acquiring Lauray’s the Diamond Center in Hot Springs.
The independently owned chain’s newest addition in Nashua, New Hampshire is its eighth overall.
Manage your body language, listen attentively and learn from the experience are among the tips shared by experts.
Smile, Peter Smith says, and stay away from chronically negative people.
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