A roundup of JCK‘s top stories from the past week.
Costco Wholesale Corp. has asked a New York federal judge to rule that “Tiffany setting” is a generic term, not a trademark of the legendary retailer.
On May 15, Christie’s Geneva will auction off a 101.73 ct. pear-shape D-flawless, the largest D-flawless diamond ever put up for sale, as well as one of the largest pear-shapes known to exist.
Chart topping pop-rock band Maroon 5 will headline this year’s JCK Rocks the Beach party on June 2 at the Beach at Mandalay Bay.
The question of whether Tiffany setting is a legally allowed term is certainly relevant to JCK readers, since people do use it.
AGS recently issued a report for a 1.07 ct. G color, IF clarity lab-grown radiant-cut stone.
Regulators at the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission are examining whether gold prices are being manipulated, according to a report in the March 13 Wall Street Journal.
Here are some suggestions on how to get the most out of your social media marketing campaigns.
It’s last call for “Last Call” on eBay.
I wasn’t entirely prepared for the Women’s Jewelry Association’s second annual Spring Gala at the Harmonie Club in Manhattan on Thursday night, but I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to schmooze with my favorite ladies.
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A true Tiffany setting can only be manufactured by the blue-box retailer, its lawyers asserted in a March 14 response to discount giant Costco.
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