Marshall “Sonny” Belew faces multiple charges for his alleged role in stealing a safe filled with nearly $1 million in antique jewelry.
Thirty-two jewelry manufacturers will display their latest collections during the “virtual fashion show” from the Italian Exhibition Group.
Two entered Marc Robinson Jewelers first and five more followed, police said.
He grew the company from a chain of 32 stores to a national retailer with more than 1,000 doors.
It will be the largest single-owner collection of the German brand’s jewels to appear at auction, Sotheby’s said.
Provoke Insights also found out which luxury brands are top-of-mind for consumers.
It will award up to $500,000 total in a three-year program to one or more industry recipients.
Two industry veterans started LuxeRox and launched it this month, offering two tiers of membership or “buy now” options.
The activist actresses have a frank conversation in the video celebrating International Women’s Day.
More than 50 jewelry artists will reflect on their experiences during the global pandemic in this upcoming event.
The winner of the March Bridal Madness competition will receive a $1,000 account credit with the supplier.
Bond provides jewelers with security check-ins, live monitoring, AI-based on-demand tracking, personal bodyguards, and more.
The Gentl family purchased the business in 1961.
“Powerful & Pretty: Pearls Online” will run from March 8-12 and feature 60 jewels from the 20th and 21st centuries.
Stuart Samuels of Premier Gem Corp. will succeed him.
He and his brother grew the largest privately-owned jewelry retail chain in the U.S. before Fred Meyer purchased it in 1998.
This time, they were either lab-grown diamonds or treated natural diamonds with counterfeit GIA report number inscriptions.
Three applicants will be awarded $500 each in sample production resources as well as mentorship and business incubation.
Plus, current consumer interest in colored stones, how sales in the category have been, and more insights from a recent study by MVI Marketing.
The longtime member of the industry, seen as an icon on 47th Street, died from complications related to COVID-19.