A roundup of JCK’s top stories from the past week:
Luxury goods giant Hermés has won a whopping $100 million default judgment against a group of websites allegedly selling counterfeit versions of its products, including jewelry.
Bonhams is offering the 17th century Mughal Mirror Diamond necklace worth $20 million for private sale.
The price of gold has fallen for three months straight—the first time that has happened in 11 years
It is sad to hear news of another apparent diamond grading scandal, this time at HRD.
Richline announced that is has added the Inverness and LeachGarner brand names to its ever-growing stable, all part of what it calls its largest purchase to date.
An Illinois judge has struck down the state’s Internet sales tax law—the second such ruling in recent months
This week’s White House Press Correspondent’s Dinner featured a fabulous guest list, and an enviable assortment of jewels.
I never imagined my favorite flower could be more beautiful rendered in stones than it is in its natural form, but Bel Air Jewelry has proved just that.
An 18k gold and sterling silver ring from the Miami-based company features champagne diamonds and emeralds.
Industry members have a favorite for this weekend’s Kentucky Derby—the horse named Gemologist.