A roundup of JCK's top stories from the past week.
The "impressive" 20 ct. t.w. diamond sparkler that Kris Humphries gave to Kim Kardashian reportedly will be up for bids at Christie’s New York on Oct. 15.
The prosecution of a Nice jeweler who fatally shot a fleeing thief has become a major issue in France.
Last week, JCK posted an article where our writers mystery-shopped five jewelers. I went to the Tiffany flagship store in Midtown Manhattan.
Scio Diamond Technology Corporation, the Greenville, S.C. company which manufacturers lab-grown diamonds, announced that it had signed a joint venture agreement to mass produce gems in China.
Ten colors, 50 jewels, and some very fashionable spring showcases headed your way.
On Sept. 19, the price of gold surged more than $64 to approach $1,400, in what analysts called a response to the Federal Reserve’s announcement that it didn't plan to end its monetary stimulus.
Saks Fifth Avenue chairman and CEO Stephen I. Sadove and Ronald L. Frasch, its president and chief merchant, have both announced they will resign once the retailer’s purchase by Hudson Bay is complete.
Basketball legend Earvin “Magic” Johnson will be the lead keynote speaker at the American Gem Society's 2014 Conclave, the group announced.
The next generation halos casts an extra-feminine aesthetic on this popular ring style.
The collection known as the “Cheapside Hoard,” nearly 500 gems, jewels, and jeweled artifacts dating from the Elizabethan and Jacobean periods, comes to the Museum of London on Oct. 11.