The 2003 Jewelry Industry Fact Sheet

Jewelry-only stores accounted for $27.1 billion in sales in 2003.Source: U.S. Census Bureau's Monthly Retail Sales for 2003 There were 24,888 jewelry-only companies in operation by the end of 2003.Source: The Jewelers Board of Trade After the fourth quarter of any given year, the next biggest holiday selling season for jewelry-only stores is consistently the month of May (think Mother's Day and graduations).Source: U.S. Census Bureau & JCK research In 2003, the average price paid for a piece of diamond jewelry in the U.S. was $593.Source: 2 Degrees Freedom, National Jewelry Study/Diamond Jewellery Report 2003 U.S. diamond engagement ring sales in 2003 totaled $5.1 billion.Source: 2 Degrees Freedom, National Jewelry Study/Diamond Jewellery Report 2003 By 2007, the largest consumer market for je
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