Two of the brands in the top slots may come as a surprise.
“American Gemstones” wants to raise appreciation of the stones, and those who mine and cut them, even more.
The platform helps jewelers manage and track repairs via their website and allows customers to place orders online.
Lab-grown diamonds are growing in popularity, so be sure you and your staff are prepared to speak to the quality of those you come across.
It’s a whimsical update to a classic riviere.
Tiffany executive Mark Jacheet will succeed Lussier, who officially steps down in April.
A tantalizingly beautiful and carbon-neutral choice, Swarovski Created Diamonds are an extension of the beloved brand’s personality and value.
National Jeweler chats with three colored stone dealers on recent buying activity and what that could mean for the upcoming gem shows.
The boutique tradeshow, happening first in Tucson then New York City, brings together upscale designers from around the world.
A.I. technology is revolutionizing the jewelry business through more accurate and consistent diamond grading.
Clarté's attainable fine gold and diamond designs are created for the modern, working woman.
The state of retail is changing, but the traditional retail experience could still live on.
Join the prestigious brands, industry organizations and sellers using IGI’s educational services.
Generate foot traffic and expand your jewelry expertise by adding an estate assortment to your store in partnership with Windsor Jewelers, Inc.
The Institute’s “Jewelers on a Mission” campaign is working to unite the industry.
Buyers may be excited about online diamond deals, but there are uncertainties surrounding the authenticity and clarity of the diamonds.