A roundup of JCK’s top stories from the past week.
Time and again, a certain 50 ct. D-color potentially flawless mega-rock keeps coming back to Laurence Graff.
J.C. Penney, which had famously said it was eschewing coupons and sales in favor of “Fair and Square” pricing, is now offering more and more discount-oriented promotions.
De Beers is developing a device that can detect whether smaller diamonds are lab-grown or natural, executives said at a Nov. 30 briefing for Anglo American shareholders.
Sure, many trade members received five-figure checks from the De Beers antitrust settlement. But how did the real big guys do?
U.S. Customs and Border Protection recently seized $83 million in fake Audemars Piguet watches from an incoming shipment, marking the largest counterfeit timepiece seizure in port history.
On the morning of Dec. 6, a man crashed his SUV into The Jewelers in Lebanon, Tenn., driving through the entire store.
Welcome to the first-ever JCK Marketplace guide to the top products of 2012.
It’s holiday time, and of course that means our TVs will be flooded with jewelry commercials. Which brings us to my third annual “Holiday Jewelry Commercial Review.”
Elegant, imaginative, and over-the-top best describe the holiday facades at Bulgari, Henri Bendel, and De Beers this season.
Vicki Cunningham, owner of Cunningham’s Fine Jewelry in Tulsa, Okla., has made a difficult decision to close her store after more than 25 years in business.