A roundup of JCK’s top stories from the past week.
The verdict is in: Tiffany & Co. can call RUBEDO a “new jeweler’s metal.”
The way Matt Khatib sees it, he is just paying tribute to a relative. But renowned jeweler Harry Winston feels quite differently.
Rolex has sued Melrose.com, saying the online watch retailer is selling versions of its products with counterfeit parts.
The J.C. Penney reinvention is looking like a long, grim haul.
Jewelry made out of marijuana leaves, matches, and real body parts can no longer be listed at Etsy, the homemade craft marketplace that’s become a popular source of artisanal jewels
We’ve all seen pieces like “7 Reasons Why Diamonds Are a Waste of Your Money,” over the years, but one that recently appeared in the Huffington Post has stirred up a little more fuss
A platinum ring with a 15 ct. fancy yellow diamond is among the highlights of the latest auction by the U.S. Marshals Service, which will be broadcast on the Internet on Aug. 18.
Two noted investors—John Paulson and George Soros—are increasing their holdings in SPDR Gold Trust, an exchange-traded fund linked to gold.
The infographic Shelly Adams, a relationship manager for SimplyBridal.com, sent me last week on celebrity engagement rings was too good not to post.
The five proposals here would generally be considered wonderfully romantic, creative ways to pop the question…if not for the fact that—because of nervousness, poor planning, and sheer bad luck—the rings went missing.
John A. White, formerly the president of Pandora North America, has joined watchmaker Fossil as executive vice president and chief operating officer.