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He is remembered as a selfless, modest and loving man of few words.
The March edition of the jewelry trade show will feature its own retail store prototype, host a piercing party, and challenge attendees to a gift wrap battle.
Maxine Bennet turns 100 this month, and the jewelry store she founded is pulling out all the stops for her centennial celebration.
Released monthly, it features members of the jewelry trade show’s community in conversation with publicist Michelle Orman.
The annual event, slated for March 27 and 28, will bring back the live Battle of the Benches competition.
The Holocaust survivor came to the United States more than 60 years ago and built a well-known and well-respected estate jewelry business.
From Steve Jobs to Babe Ruth to herself, Pat Henneberry shares her favorite thoughts on sales and success.
The men taken into custody for a jewelry store robbery in Hammond, Louisiana are potentially connected to a string of smash-and-grabs in Texas.
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