A roundup of JCK‘s top stories from the past week.
After sending 10 different diamonds to grading labs in the United States and abroad, a Rapaport survey found opinions that differed by as much as three color grades.
An expressive billboard from Wholesale Jewelry in Huntsville, Ala., has grabbed the attention of customers with a sense of humor.
The lab system, meant to raise standards in the trade, now seems to be aiding and abetting misrepresentation.
Encountering an armed robber is one of the scariest things a jeweler can experience, but experts say there are certain measures you can take to prevent a robbery, or to minimize the damage should one take place.
The two new Birks stores opening this summer will have one big difference from the company’s regular stores: They will feature only Birks products.
Macy’s has filed a motion to dismiss an intended class action lawsuit that claims the department store misrepresents its gold jewelry, saying no fraud occurred and the incident falls outside the four-year statute of limitations.
Sterling Jewelers and Zale Corp. failed to reach an agreement during mediation in their ongoing legal squabble over Zale’s advertising claims about its Celebration Fire diamond.
From black and white to rose gold to dazzling animal motifs, these are the top five looks spotted on the show floor.
Bridal styles seen during jewelry week were colorful, floral, and anything but ordinary.
As you’ll see by my photo diary, products and parties dominated my Vegas schedule…just the way I like it!