IndependentsNov 18, 2021
Siegel’s to Close After Nearly a Decade

Soon-to-be-retired Ken and Kris Siegel opened their jewelry store in Paso Robles, California in 2012.

IndependentsNov 11, 2021
This Jewelry Book Teaches Brands to Scale

“The Desired Brand Effect” by Tracy Matthews advises on everything from sales to brand awareness.

IndependentsNov 12, 2021

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IndependentsNov 05, 2021
Jewelry Industry Professional Bobbi Freeman Dies

She worked for companies in California, New Mexico, and Texas over her long career.

IndependentsOct 26, 2021
Shreve, Crump & Low President David Walker Dies

He purchased the retailer in 2006 after it ran into financial trouble and set about bringing back its sparkle.

IndependentsOct 21, 2021
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IndependentsOct 19, 2021
Jewelers Riding Out the Storms

From floods to fires, retailers in two states share their experiences with extreme weather and how their businesses are coping.

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IndependentsOct 18, 2021
Wilson & Son Jewelers Expands with New Space

The Scarsdale, New York retailer is moving into a 5,500-square-foot store just a short walk from where it’s been for 116 years.

IndependentsOct 15, 2021
Borsheims Names VP of Technology, Security

Sunil Luthra, formerly the director of information technology, will fill the role.

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IndependentsOct 14, 2021
Texas Jeweler Jimmy Green, a ‘Giant’ in the Industry, Dies at 65

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