A roundup of JCK’s top stories from the past week:
In the 1940s, Private David Kershaw received two rings as a token of appreciation from a Polish jeweler who had just been released from a concentration camp.
Signet Jewelers will open 45 stores in the U.S. over the next fiscal year, CEO Michael Barnes said in the conference call following the announcement of the company’s financial results.
Dana Schneider, owner of Dana Schneider Jewelry, had the responsibility of designing the signature Mockingjay pin for the highly anticipated blockbuster The Hunger Games.
In a surprise announcement that follows a similar move from BHP, Rio Tinto has announced it is considering exiting the diamond business.
The news that Rio Tinto is looking to sell its diamond assets has sent shockwaves through the business; it’s the third major entity to express its intention to leave the industry in the last year
Last week’s post about social media drew some great comments, with most promoting the good side of social networking for jewelers. To give a fully rounded picture, I wanted to address some of the pitfalls as well.
Two big luxury names owned by Richemont will soon have new people in charge.
As expected, objecting lawyers have taken their issues with the De Beers antitrust settlement all the way to the Supreme Court.
Luxury timepieces are back. They’re highly collectible, exceptionally crafted…and costlier than ever.
Jennifer Lau, a mother of five and former Wall Street trader, launched her collection, Genevieve Lau Jewelry, this January.