A roundup of JCK‘s top stories from the past week.
New York City-based Analytical Gemology & Jewelry recently received a parcel containing more than 200 undisclosed synthetic yellow melee diamonds.
The annual Screen Actors Guild Awards—which honor film and television actors—are another way for viewers to get a fix of red-carpet jewels.
On Jan. 24, a jewelry wholesaler pled guilty to forging the seal of a government agency, according to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
The price of yet another precious metal is soaring upward.
Check out some of these options inspired by Amanda Seyfried’s red carpet look to help your customers get the extended look.
Valentine’s Day jewelry demand could hit its highest level in the last seven years, according to a 2013 Valentine’s Day spending survey from the National Retail Federation, conducted by BigInsight.
Serpents have been regulars where jewelry motifs are concerned, but this year comes with additional meaning.
The dress code was described as “casual chic.” But when I arrived at Fahad Al Hajiri and Alanood Al Sabah’s home in the Adiliya suburb of Kuwait City a week ago, casual had nothing to do with it.
Shane Co. has moved its Brentwood, Mo., store to Olivette, Mo., and is touting its new location as the largest jeweler in the Midwest
Follow JCK on Instagram: @jckmagazine
J.C. Penney, after a year of falling sales due to its no-coupon, no-sale policy, has now hit on a new strategy: Showing how its prices compare to those “elsewhere.”
Follow JCK on Twitter: @jckmagazine
Follow JCK on Facebook: @jckmagazine