A roundup of JCK‘s top stories from the past week.
A rare 7.59 ct. fancy vivid blue diamond is expected to fetch a world record per-carat price at Sotheby’s Oct. 7 Magnificent Jewels auction in Hong Kong.
Pandora is opening what it calls its largest concept store ever on Oxford Street in London on Aug. 30.
Blue Nile’s customers are “regularly” using their smartphones to purchase $100,000 diamonds, the company’s CEO Harvey Kanter said in a recent interview.
Swiss watchmaker Audemars Piguet filed suit against the Movado Group and Tommy Hilfiger, accusing the two noted brands of “blatant copying” of its Royal Oak watch.
J.C. Penney posted yet another round of poor financial results—even as the company said it has seen signs of a turnaround.
A diamond grower discusses how we should start to talk about this alluring, confusing, and at times frightening new product.
Bead manufacturer Chamilia has cut staff in its Minnesota office following its acquisition by Swarovski, Chamilia confirmed to JCK.
The evil eye motif is popping up everywhere, from the Greek islands to jewelry stores everywhere.
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Macy’s has settled a year-old lawsuit that alleged it mislabeled its gold jewelry, court papers show.