The artistry of a Windsor, Ont.,-based ring-maker took centre stage at the 2019-20 NBA season opener in Toronto on Tuesday night with the presentation of the Toronto Raptors’ 2019 world championship rings. + Read More
Looking back on the last five or six years could cause someone in our industry to react in a number of ways, perhaps several simultaneously! The sweeping changes and rate of technological development over the last half-decade or so can only be described as astounding. + Read More
For many, JCK Las Vegas is the industry’s premier event and a vital stop on the journey toward the holiday season. This year’s show saw more than 2200 exhibiting companies and 30,000 industry professionals (including more than 13,000 vetted buyers), representing nearly 100 countries from around the globe. + Read More
Trust plays a significant role in the relationship between a jeweller and his or her client. Indeed, no matter the size of a purchase or the reason behind it, it is vital customers feel confident they are getting what they paid for. + Read More
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