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James Patrick Quinn allegedly took part in the burglary of Treiber & Straub Jewelers four years ago.
Her “warm smile and generous eyes” left a lasting mark on the retailer, Borsheims said.
From fewer stores to socially distanced shelving, here’s how COVID-19 has changed the in-store experience.
Sherry Smith says things are looking up for independent jewelers, but waiting to replenish top sellers could be a costly misstep this holiday season.
The Atlanta native was a lifelong Georgia Tech football fan and an active member of GIA, AGS, Jewelers of America and other industry organizations.
Owner Jaki Cowan described her experience as “a whirlwind process full of humility, growth, excitement, and love.”
The American Gem Trade Association will implement several health and safety protocols at the trade show, which is slated for Feb. 2-7.
Though the weeklong celebration of jewelry will be virtual for the first time, its event schedule is still loaded.
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