A roundup of JCK’s top stories from the past week.
San Diego-based Leo Hamel Fine Jewelers has filed suit against National City, Calif., claiming the town’s two-year moratorium on new gold buying establishments has cost the store millions.
Sterling Jewelers plans to open 60 to 70 stores in the United States in the next year, executives said Oct. 1 at parent company Signet’s New York Investor Day.
DTC sightholders will now call themselves “De Beers sightholders,” because of a new corporate realignment from De Beers.
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Hofmeister Personal Jewelers, a highly regarded Indianapolis jeweler that filed for bankruptcy protection in April 2011, emerged from Chapter 11 on Oct. 3. The store’s owner, Carter Hofmestier, spoke to senior editor Rob Bates about the process.
A rare double stand natural pearl necklace, expected to sell for $2.8 million–$3.5 million, is among the highlights Christie’s New York Oct. 6 Magnificent Jewels sale.
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West Coast chain Harry Ritchie’s Jewelers is closing 10 of its 30 locations, its spokesman confirmed to JCK.
Jewelers for Children has elected 10 new directors to its board.