Strength in rough diamond sales continues, but the war in Ukraine and COVID lockdowns in China have companies on alert.
The retailer attributed its success to its appeal to younger consumers, expansion in non-bridal jewelry, and growing network of showrooms.
Creativity and design thinking help these jewelry manufacturers turn problems into opportunities.
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“Friends of Gembridge” will connect trade members to potential public buyers.
Emmanuel Raheb lists four reasons to host one, starting with live shopping lets small jewelry stores compete with larger companies.
Two of the brands in the top slots may come as a surprise.
The platform helps jewelers manage and track repairs via their website and allows customers to place orders online.
They examine the year’s most memorable jewelry news stories and make predictions for 2022.
It predicts fewer people will shop the final Saturday before Christmas than last year.
Associate Editor Lenore Fedow tested out the jewelry rental platform’s subscription service. Here’s what she thought.
The untitled marketing campaign tells consumers GIA has graded some of the most important diamonds in the world, including theirs.
Edahn Golan forecasts a blockbuster holiday season will cap off a stellar year for U.S. jewelry sales.
Watch the videos for the campaign, which marks the first time De Beers has used its name and “A Diamond Is Forever” together since the ‘90s.
High household savings rates and progress in the fight against COVID should keep consumers spending.
It has become, and will continue to be, an important factor in diamond purchases, according to the 2021 Diamond Insight Report.
The new consumer survey looks at the importance of younger shoppers, why physical retail reigns supreme, and more.
That’s according to Interbrand, which just released its 2021 list of 100 Best Global Brands.
However, their optimistic outlook comes with a hint of caution due to a number of factors out of their collective control.
It’s no doubt diamond sales are booming, but why? Peter Smith explores the complicated reasons why consumers want the stones right now.
Both Alrosa and De Beers continue to report robust rough diamond sales fueled by strong consumer demand.
In a new video posted to the popular site, ASA appraisers tout the importance of hiring a qualified expert.
Meant to capitalize on the customization trend, the stones are priced using the brand’s $800-per-carat structure.
National Jeweler looks at how prices of platinum, palladium, and silver have performed in 2021.
From its sustainability efforts to its direct-to-consumer focus, here’s what the Danish jewelry brand has in the works.