Jewelers of America (JA) has announced actress Debra Messing will receive the 2018 GEM Award for Jewelry Style, an award given to an individual who inspires and encourages consumer desire for fine jewellery. + Read More
Centuries of protecting trade secrets and encouraging old wives' tales have successfully shielded the jewellery trade from the prying eyes of consumers and crafted an air of mystery that continues today. Unfortunately, this same veil of secrecy has created an opening for the morally and legally challenged to operate on the fringes of our industry. + Read More
It's sometimes assumed silver must play second fiddle to gold, but this metal offers elegant, stylish shimmer that never goes out of fashion. Bask in the gentle glow of these understated pieces and offer your customers silvery styles that go for gold. + Read More
Trend-wise, the entries for this year's AGTA Spectrum Awards included more tourmalines and spinel, yellow gold jewellery, and step-cut gemstones, while kornerupine and dumortierite were among the rarest and most unusual gems + Read More
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