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After an overwhelmingly positive response to its spring Bench Jewelers Workshop, Stuller announced Wednesday that it would host a second event this month. 
Later this week, Tiny Jewel Box will host a public exhibit of the world’s rarest pink diamonds as part of a partnership with Argyle diamond wholesaler L.J. West Diamonds. 
Arthur Cohen, the former president of watch brand Pulsar who began his career as a salesperson with Bulova, died last Wednesday. He was 90 years old.  
Advanced Chemical has named Christine Harrington and Jack Livsey as the winners of its John Venditti Memorial Fund Scholarship, awarding the recent high school graduates $2,500 each.  
Recycled diamond and jewelry company White Pine Trading has purchased the inventory from recently liquidated wholesaler Bauman-Massa Jewelry Co., and will now sell the goods to retailers at a discount. 
Half a century after it opened the doors to its Long Island flagship, Fortunoff Fine Jewelers is returning to the area with the launch of a Westbury store as it takes its business from the Internet to brick-and-mortar. 
As more states fight to legalize gay marriage and the bridal market begins to grow for same-gender couples, two more retailers have expanded their product selection to tap into the growing opportunity. 
High-profit jewelers manage their profit margins and operating expenses more effectively than low-profit jewelers, according to Jewelers of America’s annual Cost of Doing Business Report, which is available to order now for members and non-members alike through JA’s website. 
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