The Pittsburgh jeweler is redoing the lighting and showcases, and adding a full hospitality bar as well as new shop-in-shops.
The industry veteran will serve as the diamond jewelry supplier’s head of business development.
He succeeds his mother, Cathy Tivol, who will remain involved in the business as company chair.
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This year’s honorees include one of Florida’s largest independent jewelers and two multi-store independents in the Chicago and New York areas.
The owners of Rushing Jewelers in Picayune, Mississippi, are retiring.
It offers three levels of certification.
More than 130 Made in Italy Manufacturers will be exhibiting at JCK Las Vegas and Couture under the Extraordinary Italian Jewelry banner.
The Downtown Manhattan jewelry store has set up shop just a few doors down from its previous location.
Taylor Frank is the second person outside of the Eiseman family to serve as president in its 60-year history.
The third-generation Massachusetts jeweler expanded its workshop and added an interactive design center.
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The company’s fifth generation will continue to operate the Nashville location.
Their son will take over Barnes Diamonds and Designs this summer.
The store was a pioneer in the jewelry industry’s shift to CAD/CAM technologies.
Bosen, a longtime industry consultant known as “The Jeweler’s Coach,” will start his new job next month.
The longtime, well-liked sales trainer died earlier this week following a fire at her Maryland home.
The collective six children of the previous owners have inherited the Kentucky business.
The retailer has a new chief operating officer and senior director of human resources.
At the Prime Stage Theatre in Pittsburgh, “Perseverance” will share the story of jeweler Melvin Goldman.
Owner Joe Cheslock is closing the Virginia store as he heads into retirement.
The former American Gem Society president is remembered as an industry icon and a beloved mentor.
The store’s retirement sale is slated to begin Thursday.
Bensons Jewelers closed for good Feb. 24, impacted in part by the decline in foot traffic downtown since the onset of the pandemic.
Johnson joined the retailer in 1987, establishing its first human resources department.
The jeweler also is sponsoring an entrance, a new trophy room, and a “Cubs Player of the Month” award.
Roger and Judy Hutchinson, owners of Hutchinson Jewelers, are heading into retirement.
Wendy Johnson, a senior buyer’s assistant, has been with the retailer since 2007.
The 48-page catalog has more than 100 styles of labels as well as bar code technology products.
The new locations will open in Richmond, Virginia, and Raleigh, North Carolina.
Michaels is remembered as a loving husband, father, grandfather and friend.
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