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Jewelers for Children (JFC) and the organization Gen-Next Jewelers are partnering with New York City’s Gotham Comedy Club to host an All Star Comedy showcase to benefit children in need. 
A little more than a month after a fire destroyed all merchandise except for its fine jewelry, Marissa Collections has reopened half of its store. 
Jewelers say they are concerned about how this latest fiscal crisis, coming only a little more than two months before the all-important holiday season, will impact consumers’ mindset about spending money. 
A chance encounter at a soccer game brought Karen Goracke back to Borsheims in 2004 on what was intended to be a temporary basis. Today, she's preparing to become the company’s next president and CEO. 
The Palm Beach Show Group (PBSG) has acquired the New York-based Avenue Antiques, Art & Design at the Armory Show from Manhattan Media.
Next year’s Miami Beach Antique Jewelry & Watch Show will take place in a new location and debut a new name: the Miami Antique Jewelry & Watch Show.
Day’s Jewelers will showcase the durability of the Reactor watches it carries with a “strength pull” demonstration at the Man Expo in Maine this weekend. 
At the Diamond Gallery in Winnipeg, owners Allan, Anita and Lisa Malbranck opt not to plate any of their white gold jewelry, allowing those pieces to stand apart from platinum with their slightly warmer tone.

 
Fine jewelry and watches top the wish lists of some of the wealthiest American women this holiday season, a new survey finds. 
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