A roundup of JCK‘s top stories from the past week.
The recent ABC News exposé on 47th Street jewelers not properly disclosing diamonds’ clarity enhancement could have been a lot worse, says Antoinette Matlins, who served as its on-air gem expert
In a suit similar to the one Tiffany & Co. filed against the warehouse giant, Michael Kors claims Costco falsely advertised selling the designer brand’s handbags
Gitanjali, the Indian company that owns the Samuels retail chain in the United States, has seen a dramatic drop in its share price.
The famed 55 ct. Kimberley Diamond is making its public debut at the American Museum of Natural History this month.
Julien Auctions, which specializes in celebrity memorabilia, will put two of actress and jewelry collector Elizabeth Taylor’s pieces up for bids in October.
Here’s a new sales pitch for gold: It is a piece of a star.
The auction house recently announced its first online only jewelry sale, Summer Jewels, which will feature 100 lots from contemporary jewelers.
High-end department stores are more and more becoming outlet companies, according to Bloomberg Businessweek.
Industry veteran Cheryl Nickell lost her battle with cancer on July 15 at the age of 60.
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Ever had the urge to go for broke and dig for bling at Crater of Diamonds State Park in Murfreesboro, Ark.? This YouTube video might make you think twice.
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