A roundup of JCK‘s top stories from the past week.
Helzberg Diamonds’ 2012 sales rose 20 percent over the previous year, according to Stores magazine’s “Hot 100 Retailers list.”
It looks like Burmese rubies and jade won’t be coming to U.S. jewelry stores anytime soon.
The widely reported October “tiger kidnapping” in Belgium appears to have been staged, according to the Antwerp World Diamond Centre.
A House Republican cosponsor of the Marketplace Fairness Act, which would require online companies charge sales tax, now says it’s unlikely to pass.
Although reality TV love may be fleeting, jewelry is forever according to Emily Maynard, star of The Bachelorette’s eighth season.
A British temporary export ban is preventing the pop star from taking the “national treasure” she bought at a Sotheby’s auction last year home to the U.S.
Bob Woolsey wants to help 1 million men pull off the perfect proposal—one rest stop at a time.
Michael Hoffman, the owner of Hoffman Jewelers of East Grand Rapids, Mich., could face jail time after admitting to willfully filing a false corporate tax return.
France is known for many things: food, wine, the Eiffel Tower—and now jewel heists.
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Believe it or not, I finally hit my jewelry wall last Wednesday, at the conclusion of New York City market week.
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