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One year after the U.S. Senate passed the Marketplace Fairness Act of 2013, the bill is seemingly going nowhere in the House of Representatives. 
When the antique and estate jewelry and watch show opens in Las Vegas at the end of the month, more than 400 exhibitors will bring a mix of pieces from the 1700s and 1800s to Art Deco and even more modern jewels to Sin City. 
A 29-year-old employee of Victoria Jewelers was killed Monday during a robbery in the store, marking the first homicide in the jewelry industry this year.  
The New York Antique Jewelry & Watch Show is coming back to the Metropolitan Pavilion this July, with more than 100 antique jewelry and watch dealers slated to exhibit.  
U.S. retail sales of platinum jewelry were up 11 percent in 2013 and are expected to grow another 11 percent this year, the Platinum Guild International said.
Louis Smith, a certified gemologist at Smithworks Fine Jewelry in Spartanburg, S.C., has been elected as president of the American Gem Society’s board of directors. 
The 24 Karat Club Southeastern U.S. is now accepting applications for the multiple scholarships it is offering. 
Stuller Inc. has launched a new page on its website that explains the company’s commitment to sustainability. 
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