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Federal investigators allege Detroit-area jeweler Joseph DuMouchelle faked the purchase and sale of a $16.5 million diamond.
The restitution comes in addition to the $55,000 California jeweler Ramil Abalkhad was already ordered to pay.
Jewels from France’s last empress head to auction, a record-breaking watch auction, why a jeweler honored a gift certificate from 1969, and more.
Not nearly as much as they are to Amazon, Disney and Netflix, one recent study shows.
It cost Bensons Jewelers owner Ken Stein $150 but turned out to be worth thousands in free publicity.
A two-week trip to Botswana and a build-your-own watch lesson from the American Watchmakers-Clockmakers Institute are among the options.
The association’s new member benefit is designed to help them master the art of bargaining for promotions, equal pay, sales and more.
That number is expected to increase as Generation Z gets older and, hopefully, starts buying more jewelry, the World Gold Council found in a new survey.
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