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A story outlining eight jewelry trends expected to be prevalent in 2015 was the most popular story on National Jeweler last week.  
 Shinola and Stephen Webster won for marketing/communications and design, respectively, while W magazine’s Claudia Mata took home the Gem for media excellence. 
The operations of National Jeweler have transitioned from Emerald Expositions, the owner of the JA New York shows, Couture and the U.S. Antique & Jewelry shows, to Jewelers of America, the organizations announced jointly Friday afternoon.
On-trend openwork, personalized pieces, karat-gold tattoos and even jewelry created using 3D printing--see it all the show later this month.  
Robert J. Wueste, who has been head of The Aaron Group since 2003, died Tuesday at his home in California. 
GemFind, a technology and e-commerce provider to the gem and jewelry industry, has appointed former AGS CEO Robert Bridel as its executive director of business development. 
JJ Ramberg, host of MSNBC’s Your Business and the JA New York Winter keynote speaker, shares stories of the small companies she’s covered, including a low-fat bagel baker and a laundromat.  
The Independent Jewelers Organization has named three retailers and one vendor to its board of directors for a three-year term. 
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