Watch: National Jeweler’s Editors Look Back on 2021

Dec 17, 2021

Watch: National Jeweler’s Editors Look Back on 2021

They examine the year’s most memorable jewelry news stories and make predictions for 2022.

2021 has been a year unlike any other in the jewelry world. 
 
In National Jeweler’s latest webinar, editors Michelle Graff, Brecken Branstrator, Ashley Davis, and Lenore Fedow look back on the year that saw booming jewelry and watch sales, even as retailers and designers continued to face pandemic challenges.
 
Among topics discussed are the return to in-person trade shows and events this year, the editors’ favorite jewelry news stories of the year, and predictions for what’s to come in 2022.
 
View the entire discussion by clicking the video at top of article, and stay tuned to for information on the next “My Next Question” webinar premiering in January 2022.

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