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Love Affair Diamonds in Gig Harbor, Wash. has launched a “Try Before You Buy” program, which lets prospective customers sample a setting before they decide if it’s the one they want.
This year, the annual event at Long’s Jewelers included a store full of bands, the chance to borrow jewelry for the big day and wedding-related raffle prizes.
After 109 years in the same building, skyrocketing rents in San Francisco are forcing the retailer to relocate, though it’s moving to a larger space that will allow it to expand and remodel. 
The Lexington, Ky. jeweler was honored for his commitment to his community and the jewelry industry.
This Mother’s Day, Toms River, N.J. retailer Corinne Jewelers is taking its design cues from 9- and 10-year-olds to create a custom piece for one local mother figure.
The head of a Seattle-based credit card payment processing firm will be bringing home considerably less bacon after raising the minimum wage at his company to $70,000 a year.
Jae’s Jewelers has been recognized with a Retailer of the Year award, and an employee from the family-owned and -operated store also has been recognized for her work and philanthropy.
Following the passage of a controversial religious freedom law, at least two Hoosier State jewelers are among the businesses that want to make their stance on discrimination known.
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