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The owner of Custom Jewelers Gallery in Greensboro is facing felony charges after he allegedly replaced real diamonds and gemstones with simulants in the ring of one elderly customer who also was a former employee of the store. 
Jewelers of America currently is accepting applications for its member scholarships, designed to provide education opportunities to employees at JA member stores who are at least 18 years old.
The organization will honor these 12 members who have given extraordinary service to their respective regional chapters at its In the Spotlight event next week.
Pat Henneberry draws on what she has learned as a competitive open-water swimmer to help retailers make sure their team members are in the best sales shape of their lives.
Four industry organizations are launching a gem and jewelry conference that will take place at a “new and exotic” location in the Mediterranean region each year, starting with Athens, Greece this June.
The death of well-known Florida jeweler Mark Levinson and the closing of a store that helped many designers launch their careers were the top stories on National Jeweler last week.
Members of a Detroit-based robbery crew are charged with smashing display cases to steal Rolex watches from jewelry stores in six different states.
The audience for magazine media, both in print and online, grew 10 percent year-over-year in the six-month period spanning August to January.
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