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The weeklong program at Creative Side Jewelry Academy is geared toward metalsmiths between the ages of 10 and 16 who want to learn jewelry-making skills.
In the spirit of St. Patrick’s Day, Pat Henneberry shares four tips on how jewelers can create their own good luck on the sales floor.
The owner of Florida-based Weston Jewelers said customers love the in-store boutiques, which add to the “high caliber” of his store. 
The Las Vegas Antique Jewelry & Watch Show will offer watches, brooches and other jewelry from the Renaissance to Modern periods. 
Kevin Reilly, who has been with PGI USA for nine years and in the jewelry industry for more than 20, has been promoted to the position, effective immediately. 
A jeweler facing felony charges for replacing stones and the struggles with finding qualified help were among the top stories on last week.  
The average amount couples are spending on their weddings went up in 2014, including what they’re paying for engagement rings, according to a survey from The Knot. 
While overall jewelry crime continued to trend downward in 2014, there was a spike in the number of smash-and-grab robberies due primarily to two large gangs.
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