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The American Gem Society will hold a one-day, all-inclusive mini-Conclave session, called Conclave X-Press, in Las Vegas during market week. 
After more than a century in the industry, Vogt’s Jewelers is going out of business as its owners retire, selling off the inventory and equipment in the store. 
What’s there to view in Las Vegas? Rose gold, personalized pieces--which continue to be popular--plenty of color and, of course, bridal. Click through this slideshow to see selections from 25 JCK exhibitors. 

With market week upon us, National Jeweler has put together a list of 10 exciting, adventurous and relaxing things to do in Las Vegas when shows are over or, for those who miraculously manage to find free time, during them.
National Jeweler solicited recommendations from frequent Vegas goers, scoured tourism websites and leaned on the local Time Out magazine to compile this list of the city’s best dining.  
Jewelers of America has launched the Buyer Discount Program to give its retail members merchandise and service discounts at select tradeshows, including the JA New York Summer show. 
The American Gem Society recognized the New York/New Jersey Guild as its most active and productive in 2013, naming it as the “Guild of the Year” at its recent Conclave in San Diego.
Bernie Robbins Jewelers is producing and selling the jewelry design of the Fashion Institute of Technology student who won the company’s 50th anniversary contest.
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