A roundup of JCK’s top stories from the past week:
We consulted the experts and came up with 10 forecasts sure to impact the jewelry industry in 2012, with topics ranging from retail to fashion to politics
The jewelry category turned in a mixed performance at department stores during holiday 2011.
A growing number of retail jewelers have begun to offer clients their own in-house diamond evaluations.
Watch and accessory manufacturer Fossil is acquiring another noted jewelry name, Skagen Designs, along with some of its international affiliates, the company announced Jan. 10.
Graff Diamonds is seeking a court order mandating the transfer of two allegedly stolen diamonds that subsequently turned up at the Gemological Institute of America’s famed grading lab.
It was, everyone swears, meant to be nothing more than a cute Facebook post. But it turned into a lesson in the sometimes-unexpected power of social media.
Yet another state—this time, Indiana—has decided to collect sales tax from consumers who purchase items off the Internet.
Glen T. Senk will join noted jewelry brand David Yurman as CEO, effective Feb. 27, the company announced.
Gold may have spiked in price, but a few retailers seem to have missed that memo. See who’s selling gold jewelry despite its cost and learn how you, too, can keep the yellow metal moving.
Talking to someone who works for an NGO a while back, I asked what would happen if the Kimberley Process ever adopted the kind of expansive human rights language the NGOs favor.