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Katherine Bodoh is leaving Jewelers Mutual to join the American Gem Society, where she’ll be second in command behind Ruth Batson.
The New York jewelry company was the winning bidder at the bankruptcy auction for the inventory of the Martin Ross Group, an Ontario-based fine jewelry manufacturer.
A recent report from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security shows that authorities nabbed $375 million in counterfeit jewelry and watches last year, compared with $342 million in fake wallets and bags. 
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Police arrested five individuals wanted in connection with a smash-and-grab robbery in Colorado after the FBI received a tip that the suspects had been posting incriminating photos of themselves on Instagram.
A federal appeals court has overturned a ruling that barred A’lor from selling certain pieces of cable jewelry, the latest twist in the brand’s ongoing battle with Charriol.
Gianmaria Buccellati, the honorary president of family-owned Italian jewelry company Buccellati, has died following an illness. He was 86.
Brian Henry Hobart, owner of B.H. Hobart Jewelers in Michigan, died suddenly on Feb. 12 as a result of a cardiac event. He was 47. 
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