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From pearl treatments to composite gemstones, Tiffany Stevens and Sara Yood of the Jewelers Vigilance Committee shared tips on how to comply with the revised Jewelry Guides.
The J.C. Penney executive was among current officers re-elected and the 10 new directors added at the charity’s semi-annual meeting.
Learn more about the new terms for lab-grown diamonds and composite gemstones, and the major changes in store for precious metals jewelry.
The Supreme Court voted to overturn Quill, which makes way for states to begin collecting sales tax from online merchants.
The jeweler is the first retailer on the end of the Tracr trial run, though it will not be the only.
The fund was created last year to assist jewelers affected by natural disasters like Hurricane Harvey and Irma.
Some justices say the current structure for collecting sales tax for items bought online needs to be updated while others argue it’s an issue for the legislative branch.
The Jewelers Vigilance Committee will cover sexual harassment, lab-grown diamonds and more in its online seminars.
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