A roundup of JCK’s top stories from the past week:
Pandora is now the second most popular brand among luxury jewelry buyers, according to a fourth quarter luxury tracking study conducted by Unity Marketing.
Blue Nile is combatting another quarter of disappointing financial results by dropping prices on its core engagement ring product.
The company’s latest disappointing financial results—which caused its stock to plunge precipitously—suggest its formula has grown stale.
Jewelry dazzled on the stars in attendance at the 54th Annual Grammy Awards on Sunday Feb. 12 in Los Angeles.
A Reuters article again raised the possibility of a Zale/Sterling merger.
An expert in the gemstone market warns that treatments are no longer simply improving quality but creating it.
Warwick Jewelers in Exton, Pa., collaborated with Cupcakes Gourmet bakery to design a $55,000 red velvet cupcake topped with an 8 ct. diamond ring.
Seventeen percent of men would wear a “man-gagement” ring, according to the fifth annual proposal and engagement survey from TheKnot.com and Men’s Health.
Within the last few years, an increase of consumer smartphone use has prompted retailers to launch mobile shopping platforms.
The FBI has issued an alert to be on the lookout for four suspects who stole a one-of-a-kind ruby sculpted into the Liberty Bell, valued at $2 million.