Holiday sales fell short of the National Retail Federation’s expectations, rising only 5 percent year-over-year.
Articles about green diamonds, Tinder schemes and Tiffany’s answer to the “Love” bracelet were among our most-clicked-upon stories.
Shoppers’ interest may shift to services over big-ticket items in 2023, said economist Lynn Franco.
Ahead of the holidays, JSA’s John Kennedy outlines five common jewelry crimes and what to do, and not to do, if they happen in your store.
In the final “My Next Question” of 2022, National Jeweler’s editors discuss the year’s top stories and reveal their predictions for 2023.
It’s a mixed bag this season, with some retailers raising their guidance while others worry about the effects of inflation.
In a Q&A, CEO David Sherwood shares some company history, the secret to success during the busiest time of year, and more.
Plus, what a potential rail strike would mean for retailers.
The 2022 edition of the retailer’s annual publication pays homage to the coffee farms and shops of Puerto Rico.
Charm fans will gobble up this festive “Piece of the Week” pick.
“Boucheron Wonderland” showcases best-selling styles, high jewelry, and some familiar faces.
Plus, how inflation and winter weather could impact holiday spending.
It features Scarlett Johansson and Henry Golding, the brand’s first celebrity brand ambassador duo, in an iconic New York location.
Thinking about your sales approach and implementing subtle changes can make a big difference in effectiveness, Peter Smith writes.
Topping this year’s list of extravagant gift ideas is a $3.2 million diamond tiara from Cartier.
From inflation concerns to in-store shopping, KPMG’s latest holiday survey dives into when, where, and how consumers want to shop.
There are three designs to choose from this year, all featuring animals drawn by kids who have had wishes granted through Make-A-Wish.
From a “whodunnit” murder mystery to a permanent jewelry party, Duvall O’Steen and Jen Cullen Williams share a wealth of suggestions.
These trending-yet-timeless pieces are no-brainers for customers in search of the perfect gift.
From free shipping to early shopping, Emmanuel Raheb outlines a handful of factors expected to shape the holiday season this year.
Holiday retail sales are expected to be up 4 to 6 percent, compared with 15 percent growth in 2021.