A roundup of JCK‘s top stories from the past week.
The new moissanite being produced by Charles & Colvard may be white enough to fool jewelers into thinking it’s a diamond, warns CEO Randy McCullough.
Although he lives hundreds of miles from Massachusetts, Cincinnati-area jewelry designer Daniel Welling felt that the April 15 Boston Marathon tragedy hit close to home.
Gemesis Diamond Co. debuted what it’s calling the world’s largest, whitest lab-created diamond weighing 1.29 cts.
On April 22, the Marketplace Fairness Act—which would require online companies to collect sales tax—received official backing from President Barack Obama. It will likely be voted on by the Senate on April 24.
Ground has shifted on this issue quite a bit, but legislation still may not pass the Republican-controlled House.
On April 24, a 5.3 ct. fancy deep-blue diamond sold for $9.6 million at Bonhams’ Fine Jewellery sale in London—setting a record $1.8 million per-carat price for a diamond that color.
Get This Corp. has launched the first iPad app allowing consumers to purchase items they see on their favorite TV shows.
From simple steel to basic black to ultra-thin: 10 ultra-timely timepiece trends.
The first-year JCK Las Vegas exhibitor will enamor you with her Love Doves collection
This lucky number of recent arrivals will have your customers loving the answer to the question “What’s new?”