A roundup of JCK’s top stories from the past week.
Harry Winston is looking to sell its jewelry and watch business to a luxury conglomerate like LVMH or PPR, according to a Reuters story that quotes an unnamed source.
Harry Winston has now officially denied the two published reports that claimed it is planning to sell its watch and jewelry business.
Noble Jewelry is shutting down its Chad Allison brand and plans to concentrate on its two other divisions: Brooke Burke and Nouveau Luxe.
Karen Greaton, owner of Greaton’s Designing Jewelers in New Richmond, Wis., admits that she wasn’t expecting much when a customer came in with a rock he’d found in a local well.
The diamond business is losing market share to other jewelry products, complained Moti Ganz, president of the International Diamond Manufacturers Association, in an Oct. 15 keystone address to the World Diamond Congress in Mumbai, India.
In many ways, the story of Gemesis’ shareholders has become a metaphor for the entire lab-grown diamond industry, which has shown enormous potential that it has consistently failed to live up to.
A new holiday survey from Nielsen shows consumer demand increasing for just about every gift category this holiday—but not jewelry.
Welcome to “Picture This,” a new feature on my blog that puts some of New York City’s most inspiring and creative window displays in front of the lens of an iPhone 5.
On Oct. 16, a 50.52 ct. pear-shape D-color flawless diamond pendant sold for $9.5 million to a private collector at Christie’s New York Magnificent Jewels sale
The JCK Industry Fund is accepting applications for its 2013 awards program.