A roundup of JCK‘s top stories from the past week:
If you enjoy Tiffany-branded snacks at your Fourth of July barbecue, one noted industry name won’t be too happy.
More than 10,000 diamonds—including seven stones cut from the world-famous Cullinan—are currently on display at Buckingham Palace in London.
Sterling Jewelers has announced changes in management positions coinciding with the company’s corporate initiatives.
Two major fashion names—Louis Vuitton and Versace—plan to open several jewelry-only stores, according to reports.
With Rio Tinto officially acknowledging its desire to sell its diamond mines, why was Rio Tinto Diamonds not only continuing its promotional activities, but actually expanding them, with its ambitious “Diamonds with a Story” initiative.
In my 12 years of writing about the jewelry industry, I’ve never seen people beat the drum for American-made more than in the past year.
A roundup of jewelry store crimes from the past week.
“Leviev wins court case on Angolan diamonds,” and other stories on the industry’s radar this week.
Ellis Jewelers in Concord, N.C., recently sponsored its second annual Future Designers contest encouraging grade school students to design unique jewelry pieces.
Can’t find what you’re looking for at your local store? Have you tried asking a robot?