JCK-ology: A History of JCK

For every milestone in the history of the American jewelry business, JCK was there. as the industry's book of record, we can assure you: if it didn't make it into our pages, it probably didn't happen. Readers call JCK "the industry bible," so the magazine takes its mission pretty seriously: giving retail jewelers the information they need to succeed, from marketing and merchandising tips to staffing and sales strategies, not to ention page after page of beautiful, brand-new products. Colorful baubles from Brazil, up-to-the-minute Swiss timepieces, cutting-edge diamond designs—jewelry and watches are our religion. Little wonder, then, that the faithful have been worshipping at JCK's altar for more than 140 years. Cecil Rhodes presided over South Africa's Kimberley Mine. (photo: De Beers Group) 1869 G.B. Miller introduces American Horological Journal. A year later, Dan

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