A roundup of JCK’s top stories from the past week.
The trade is being warned to be on the lookout for a new pearl coating treatment that damages the gems’ surface—possibly permanently.
Ares Management and Canada Pension Plan Investment Board have signed an agreement to acquire storied luxury chain Neiman Marcus for $6 billion.
Warren Buffett-owned Borsheims Jewelry is opening its second store in November—in a Nebraska outlet mall.
An 8.77 ct. fancy intense pink diamond, a 3.81 ct. fancy vivid blue, and a 5.13 ct. fancy vivid yellow will highlight the Oct. 15 Christie’s Magnificent Jewels auction in New York City.
It seems that jewel robberies in France are reaching epidemic levels.
The two biggest names in jewelry retail will only be fighting things out in the mall from now on.
In an unusual and saddening crime, an Illinois woman is accused of using two children to steal $100,000 in jewelry from a local retailer.
The Hollywood-based designer dishes on how trusting her instincts helped boost her business and what matters most in the vendor-artist relationship.
The jewelry industry must improve its online marketing to compete in the new world, Sarah Nanasi, Google’s manager for advertiser technical solutions, told attendees at an Aug. 28 meeting of the American Gem Society’s New York/New Jersey Guild.
Tiffany and Co. has appointed Francesca Amfitheatrof design director.