A roundup of JCK‘s top stories from the past week.
Jewelers can decrease their chances of being victimized by a crime if they practice more awareness, FBI special agent Daniel McCaffrey told a May 6 meeting of the American Gem Society New York-New Jersey chapter
A breakthrough has been made in the Feb. 18 $50 million Brussels airport diamond robbery, resulting in 27 arrests and the recovery of some of the stolen diamonds, according to a statement from Brussels police provided by Antwerp World Diamond Centre.
On May 5, Warren Buffett tried to set a new record in his third spell behind the sales counter at Borsheims—even resorting at times to offering his “Crazy Warren” prices.
These exquisite pieces will make a lasting impression for generations to come.
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Canadian private equity fund Onex has purchased Nielsen Expositions, owner of the JA Show, Couture, and National Jeweler, for $950 million.
A 75.36 ct. briolette diamond pendant necklace will highlight Christie’s Hong Kong Magnificent Jewels sale on May 28.
On May 3, teen jewelry chain Claire’s filed for an initial public offering worth as much as $100 million.
The annual affair in New York City attracts big names and fabulous outfits, all complete with jaw-dropping jewels.