"My Next Question" Webinar Series

See the upcoming schedule below for "My Next Question," National Jeweler's weekly, interview-style webinar series hosted by the editorial team. Hear from experts on industry hot topics, including the diamond industry, the colored gemstone industry, jewelry trends and designers, the retail market and more. Missed a live webinar? Watch the recordings here.
 
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October 7, 2020, 2:00PM EDT

Hosted by Editor-in-Chief Michelle Graff
With Emily Friedricks, Internet Sales Specialist & Instagram Content Creator at Lang Antiques, and Cathy Calhoun, Owner of Calhoun Jewelers, CGA & GG 

This year marked 100 years since the passage of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which gave women the right to vote. Editor-in-Chief Michelle Graff will lead Lang Antiques Internet Sales Specialist Emily Friedricks and Cathy Calhoun, jewelry store owner, CGA and GG, in a discussion about the jewelry worn to show support for a woman’s right to vote.

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October 13, 2020, 2:00PM EDT

Hosted by Associate Editor Lenore Fedow
With Alexandra Lozier, Jewelry Designer at Alex Lozier Jewelry

Are opals really bad luck? Why did people once believe wearing zircon could prevent you from getting struck by lightning? Join Associate Editor Lenore Fedow and jewelry designer Alexandra Lozier as they dig into the myths and meanings behind popular gemstones, just ahead of Halloween.

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