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At its National Sales Conference held two weeks ago, Jewelers Mutual Insurance Company handed out a number of awards, including its first inductees to the Agent Hall of Fame and the Legacy Award. 
The Couture show opens today with Janelle Monáe, while DEF gets down at its annual gala, the antique and estate jewelry show starts at the Paris and the AGA has a day-long conference on lab-grown diamonds.
Submissions for potential nominees are being accepted for the 2015 Gem Awards, which honors individuals and companies whose work raises the visibility of fine jewelry and watches.
Oscar Heyman, a New York-based jewelry company that has been in business since 1912, is looking for estate jewelry pieces for possible inclusion in a new book it is creating in partnership with the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. 
National Jeweler has looked through the educational seminars that JCK will offer in Las Vegas to bring jewelers the 10 presentations they should be sure to check out.
Insurance agency Jewelers Unblocked has offered trade show safety tips for industry professionals heading to Las Vegas next week. 
The American Gem Society will hold a one-day, all-inclusive mini-Conclave session, called Conclave X-Press, in Las Vegas during market week. 
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. 

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