A roundup of JCK‘s top stories from the past week.
The gold price has not shown much movement for most of the year, but now some prominent forecasters say jewelers may be in for yet another roller-coaster ride.
Jewelry from the estate of Brooke Astor, philanthropist and legendary New York society figure, fetched $5.7 million at Sotheby’s New York.
Christie’s expects the world-famous 76.02 ct. D-IF Archduke Joseph Diamond to fetch $15 million at its Nov. 13 auction in Geneva.
Earlier this month, Russian diamond miner Alrosa uncovered a diamond that is one for the books—the gem weighs a whopping 158.2 cts.
Deco-inspired jewels and statement earrings commanded the most attention on Sunday night.
Last night, members of the jewelry industry invaded the Twitter-sphere to talk about their favorite accessories at the 64th Primetime Emmys.
The past week’s jewelry and watch parties reminded me of the No. 1 reason why I like this so business so much. (Free booze is a close second.)
On Sept. 24, Pandora agreed to settle its lawsuit with Chamilia over its bead rival’s co-branded products with Swarovski.
Posting on Facebook might help your brand image, but don’t expect it to actually increase sales, according to a new study.
Displaying her new engagement ring on her tanned and manicured finger, Jersey Shore star Jenni “JWoww” Farley announced that she is joining her partner in crime, Snooki, on the path to the altar.