A roundup of JCK‘s top stories from the past week.
Boy Scout Michael Dettlaff of Apex, N.C., hit the jackpot on July 31 when he discovered a 5.16 ct. brown stone at Crater of Diamonds State Park in Murfreesboro, Ark.
If Apple releases an iWatch, it might take market share from the traditional watch business, a new study from the Jewelry Consumer Opinion Council finds.
Charm manufacturer Pandora Group announced sales in the U.S. increased some 55 percent over the last year.
David Minster, the former chief operating officer of David Yurman, will become CEO of well-known jewelry company Scott Kay.
The popular Lady Heart Diamond Collection will now be on display at The Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County until the end of November.
The Analytical Gemology & Jewelry lab said it recently took in a batch of diamonds, later determined to be synthetic, that had not been identified as such.
“Diamond Joe” is one of many Bob Dylan songs that feature diamond and jewelry references. Check out the nine others that made our list.
From traditional engagement rings to standout sparklers, test your pop culture knowledge with this multiple-choice quiz.
Millennial starlets stayed out past curfew and stepped out in fashion this weekend to celebrate the 2013 Teen Choice Awards on Aug. 11.
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