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Three men whose arrest last year led to the uncovering of a scheme to steal diamonds and jewelry from Craigslist sellers are now facing federal charges of conspiracy to commit robbery and attempted robbery. 
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In an attempt to spark interest in Brazilian gems, the country’s Gem Export Association is rebranding its international gem trade show and relaunching it this summer. 
TimeCrafters has announced that it will hold its third annual open-to-the-public luxury watch show in New York City. It is scheduled for May 16 to 18. 
Pennachio Jewelers is celebrating its sixth anniversary by giving away four 14-karat gold and diamond pendants, but anyone interested in owning one is going to have to solve a few riddles to find it.
The Panama Diamond Exchange will launch the new, yet unfinished, Panama Gem & Jewelry Center next month, and a website has been established so visitors may register and book accommodations for the event.
With the economy anticipated to grow at its fastest rate in three years and unemployment dropping, the National Retail Federation predicts retail will be in a “relatively good place” in 2014.
Leonard “Lenny” Friedman, graduate gemologist and co-founder of Sarah Leonard Fine Jewelers in Los Angeles, died Friday, one day shy of his 96th birthday.
Jewelers Mutual Insurance Company has released a new video to help policyholders avoid preventable losses during the shipping process. 
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