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They also spent a little bit less on their engagement rings, the latest study from The Knot shows.
Online and non-store sales, meanwhile, should increase between 10 and 12 percent.
According to its annual survey, 19 percent of shoppers indicated they were going to give jewelry for the holiday.
Jewelers Board of Trade statistics show that the number of store closures was down 41 percent in 2017 while the number of new businesses also shrank.
The National Retail Federation’s final figures for the 2017 holiday season are in, and they’re even better than expected.
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National Jeweler talked to 10 jewelers across the country, many of whom said holiday sales were up compared with 2016.
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Social media is playing a big part, but that doesn’t mean traditional advertising isn’t bringing in customers too.
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