A roundup of JCK’s top stories from the past week.
Harry Winston—the legendary jeweler whose name has been hailed in film, TV, and song—has been sold to watchmaking giant Swatch Group.
Gerald D. Sisk Jr., cofounder and executive vice president of Jewelry Television, died in his sleep on Jan. 13 at age 59.
This year’s Golden Globe Awards had it all: entertaining hosts, a plethora of stars in great gowns, and, of course, gorgeous jewelry.
What many see as the natural order of precious metals has been restored—at least for the moment.
The man generally credited with discovering the Ekati mine has commenced legal action to block Harry Winston’s acquisition of the Canadian diamond deposit.
The star-studded crowd at the Golden Globes had nothing on the sparkling masses that descended on the ballroom of the Waldorf-Astoria on Saturday night for the 111th annual Twenty-Four Karat Club gala.
Check out some of the biggest trends from the Golden Globes red carpet and be prepared to fill your showcases with some of the great selections from JCK Marketplace.
Overseas-based manufacturers are betting on the maturity of U.S. consumers to give their brands a boost.
Check out our favorite jewelry industry tweets from the Jan. 13 festivities.
Noted colored diamond expert Alan Bronstein has won a bitter court case that challenged his stake in the Aurora Gems collection of colored diamonds.