The GIA president and CEO will receive the 2024 Gem Award for Lifetime Achievement.
Amanda’s Style File: April Birthstone Brings the Bling
Amanda Gizzi spotlights 16 pieces of diamond jewelry perfect for the month of April.
April babies know how to celebrate and be celebrated. With diamond as their birthstone, they appreciate the finest and know that even a little bit of bling is better than no bling at all.
Much like the women who wear them, diamonds are strong and brilliant. Birthstone jewelry doesn’t have to be traditional, and with diamond jewelry, the more fashion-forward the style, the better.
Here are 16 sweet selections for this April edition of Amanda’s Style File.
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The two have signed “heads of terms” for the tentative 10-year sales agreement they reached in June.
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A New Hampshire store manager is the inaugural recipient of the grant for up-and-coming women in retail.
Available exclusively at Greenwich St. Jewelers, the “Nipple Collection” will benefit Living Beyond Breast Cancer.
“Pre-Owned Luxury by Rocksbox” offers secondhand jewelry from Kay, Zales, and Jared to members and non-members.
The museum is asking for the public’s help in finding thousands of pieces of ancient gold jewelry and gemstones stolen from a storeroom.
The plea comes against a backdrop of declining demand and falling prices.
Shoppers also expressed concern about rising prices, higher interest rates, and political uncertainty.
The former teacher, described as “a pioneer for women-owned businesses,” opened her own jewelry store in 1980.
Police say Douglas Wayne Gamble also swapped natural diamonds for synthetic stones and failed to return customers’ repairs.