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While engagement rings will be designed online, consumers will have to take them into jewelers’ stores to actually order them, for now.
For the first time, the Chinese e-tailer is taking action against two sellers on its Taobao marketplace for selling allegedly counterfeit goods.
To help jewelers stay ahead of the curve, National Jeweler contributor Mike Farrell highlights the updates that are sure to shake things up in 2017.
People in the United States were interested in politics, iPhones, potentially winning large sums of money and Pokémon in 2016, not necessarily in that order.
Initial results show that a lot of shopping took place online and that average spending per person was down slightly.
The e-commerce giant has filed suit over a product called the Forearm Forklift and another over exercise equipment.
The pre-owned jewelry and watch marketplace just closed a Series A round to help it continue its growth.
An exterior shot of the Blue Nile “webroom” located inside Roosevelt Field mall in Garden City, N.Y., its first physical location. Neither photos nor renderings of the online retailer’s new stores on the West Coast were available as of press time.
The online jeweler recently opened its fourth “webroom,” in Portland, Ore., and said its fifth will be in Seattle.
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