From bench jewelers to appraisers, Jewelers of America’s updated guide shares an overview of how much industry employees are being paid.
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“Shoppers are looking for more meaningful jewelry purchases and retail jewelers are in a unique position to give them exactly what they want—beautiful diamonds, trustworthy advice and a lifetime of service,” said Theresa Murphy from Newstar Jewelers in Joliet, Illinois.
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Distinguishing natural diamonds from laboratory-grown stones – now more available than ever – has been difficult for jewelers. Until now.
The WaxJet 400, recognized as the world's fastest wax printer, is bringing in a new era of precision and efficiency to industry.
The Conference Board’s revised January reading suggests consumers did not start off 2024 as confidently as previously thought.
The gemstone mining company’s “Celebration Sapphires” collection has launched in India.
The auction house sold all 11 “MoonSwatch Moonshine Gold” suitcases, donating the proceeds to eye care nonprofit Orbis International.
Matteo Farsura, former exhibition manager of Vicenzaoro, will oversee the Italian Exhibition Group’s various jewelry and fashion shows.
The upcoming show will have an immersive “47th Street Experience” for attendees.
Ukrainian jewelry designer Valeriya Guzema’s charitable “Freedom” collection is inspired by hope for the country’s future.
Set to be held in Venice, it’s a look through the maison’s history.
Sebastian Clarke and Katherine van Dell, frequent appraisers on “Antiques Roadshow,” will join the new office.
Sherry Smith dishes on the month’s highs and lows and the two categories consumers were loving ahead of Valentine’s Day.