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Speakers at the Sept. 9 event in Paris include Martin Rapaport, Stéphane Fischler and Alan Bronstein.
The Royersford, Pennsylvania jeweler known as “The Queen” opens her vault of incredible stories and expertly selected antique jewelry. Come inside with us.
The jewelry blogger and social media expert died unexpectedly last week after suffering a stroke.
The latest edition of the Findings and Metals catalog shows all product to scale.
The second annual event is happening in November and partnering with major museums, design schools and retailers.
The Women’s Jewelry Association will award $65,500 total to 49 women this year.
Pat Henneberry writes that integrity is a value that’s not talked about nearly enough in the jewelry industry.
A mother of seven, she opened Robert’s Jewelry with husband Robert Corey in 1955 and later ventured out on her own with a card and gift shop.
The company now has access to technical support, advanced tools and agency-specific resources from the platform.
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