New York--An explanation from two attorneys about why Tiffany won $15 million in its case against Costco and a roundup of price-point driven jewels were among the most-read stories on National Jeweler last week.

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1. Analysis: Why Tiffany Won $15M from Costco
Attorneys Emily Miao and Daniel Organ dissected the jury’s verdict in Tiffany & Co.’s trademark lawsuit against wholesale club Costco.




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2. ‘Tis the Season for Jewels Priced Under $1K
National Jeweler pulled together a list of wallet-friendly pieces to stock for the holidays, and talked about how to market them.



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3. White House Officially Lifts Sanctions Against Myanmar
President Barack Obama signed the executive order right as U.S. industry leaders traveled to the country to discuss bilateral trade.




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4. Pairing Pantone and Colored Stones
Senior Editor Brecken Branstrator took the 10 hot hues of autumn, as predicted by Pantone, and coordinated them with a variety of colored gemstones.


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5. Another Top Lot Fails to Sell, This Time at Sotheby’s HK
A jadeite bangle predicted to go for up to $9 million didn’t sell at the Oct. 4 auction, just two weeks after a headlining piece in New York also failed to meet its reserve price.

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