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NCJA and SCJA to “horse around” at 2015

NCJA and SCJA to “horse around” at 2015

North Carolina and South Carolina jewelers will re...

Four generations and 115 years of Waller & Company Jewelers

Four generations and 115 years of Waller & Company Jewelers

One of the oldest African American retailers in th...

Cause for celebration - Atlanta Jewelry Show 65th anniversary edition

Cause for celebration - Atlanta Jewelry Show 65th anniversary edition

(ATLANTA) - Buoyed by strong Christmas and Valentin...

Obaku introduces new styles for Spring/Summer 2015

Obaku introduces new styles for Spring/Summer 2015

Obaku, makers of an exclusive collection of watche...

Rembrandt Charms® debuts new charm just in time for Mother’s Day

Rembrandt Charms® debuts new charm just in time for Mother’s Day

(WILLIAMSVILLE, N.Y.) - Rembrandt Charms debuts its...

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Jewelers for Children announces 2015 Rings of Strength Tour

Jewelers for Children announces 2015 Rings of Strength Tour

The 2015 edition of the Jewelers for Children Rings of Strength Tour will be held for Thursday, May 28, 2015 in Las Vegas. This will be the third inst...

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Southern Gates® debuts new Spring Collection

Southern Gates® debuts new Spring Collection

(CHARLESTON, S.C.) - The Southern Gates® 2015 Spring Collection is now available from The Cargo Hold, Inc. The 2015 Spring Collection includes more tha...

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From flea markets to estate jewelry market leader

From flea markets to estate jewelry market leader

With Millennials marrying in record numbers, “something old” includes more than a handed down wedding dress. Ernest Perry, owner of Perry’s Fine Antiq...

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Hoover & Strong reports Fairmined Gold gaining new ground in the U.S.

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Hoover & Strong reports Fairmined Gold gaining new ground in the U.S.

In the Peruvian desert, lies a small gold mining town by the name of Relave. Families here have depended on small-scale mining since the 1980s when economic hardship and conflict drove numerous families to settle as informal miners. Starting out without basic infrastructure, they worked the tailings...

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JA offering Members Scholarships

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(NEW YORK) - Jewelers of America (JA), the national trade association for businesses serving the fine jewelry marketplace, funds scholarships for members on renowned industry diploma, professional development and certification programs. JA awards scholarships during the enrollment period from Februar...

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NCJA and SCJA to “horse around” at 2015

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NCJA and SCJA to “horse around” at 2015

North Carolina and South Carolina jewelers will return to “horse around” together May 15-17 at the Marriott Grande Dunes in Myrtle Beach, SC.  The same dates as Triple Crown horse race Preakness Weekend!  The North Carolina Jewelers Association and the South Carolina Jewelers Association are togethe...

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Jewelers for Children announces 2015 Rings of Strength Tour

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Jewelers for Children announces 2015 Rings of Strength Tour

The 2015 edition of the Jewelers for Children Rings of Strength Tour will be held for Thursday, May 28, 2015 in Las Vegas. This will be the third installment of the popular event. Start time will be at 5:30 a.m. outside the tour bus entrance at the Mandalay Bay Resort Casino.  Participants will be a...

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Chris Glaser forms CAD/CAM consultancy

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Chris Glaser forms CAD/CAM consultancy

Chris Glaser is proud to announce the formation of his new company, Glaser Cad Cam Advisers, LLC. The new company began operation in February serving both retail and manufacturing jewelers’ CAD/CAM needs, providing revolutionary design software, EnvisionTec 3D Printing solutions and state-of-the-art...

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Jewel-Craft, Inc. announces acquisition of LogoArt®

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Jewel-Craft, Inc. announces acquisition of LogoArt®

(ERLANGER, Ky.) - Jewel-Craft, Inc. announced it has officially acquired the thriving licensed jewelry manufacturer, LogoArt®, returning the brand to its original birthplace. The family-owned and operated full-service jewelry repair and manufacturing trade shop enters the licensed jewelry market with...

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Southern Gates® debuts new Spring Collection

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Southern Gates® debuts new Spring Collection

(CHARLESTON, S.C.) - The Southern Gates® 2015 Spring Collection is now available from The Cargo Hold, Inc. The 2015 Spring Collection includes more than twenty new sterling silver items inspired by the historic wrought iron gates found throughout legendary gardens and courtyards.

The new Spring Collec...

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Obaku introduces new styles for Spring/Summer 2015

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Obaku introduces new styles for Spring/Summer 2015

Obaku, makers of an exclusive collection of watches with a focus on simple, serene design, is pleased to introduce new styles for Spring/Summer 2015. Included are new styles in men’s watches with Super Luminous indexes and fully open designed dials in various sunray colors, including navy blue, gunm...

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Jewelers for Children announces Board of Director elections

(NEW YORK) - Jewelers for Children (JFC), the jewelry industry’s charity, is pleased to announce the election of its new Board of Directors. Ed Bridge, President of Ben Bridge Jeweler, has replaced Howard Sherwood as Chairman. Sherwood concluded his two-year term on September 30.

“It is an honor to be selected by my peers to lead this incredible organization,” Bridge said. “Jewelers for Children brings the industry together in the service of so many worthwhile causes. I am excited to work with the board in expanding our support for children whose lives have been affected by illness, abuse, or neglect.”

Also elected to officer positions were Ruth Batson of the American Gem Society, who will serve as Vice President for Charity Programs; Terry Chandler of the Diamond Council of America, who will serve as Vice President of Special Programs; Peter Engel of Fred Meyer Jewelers, who will serve as Vice President for Fundraising; Joel Schechter of Honora, who will serve as Vice President of Marketing and Public Relations; John Green of Lux Bond & Green, who will serve as Treasurer and Steven Kaiser of Kaiser Time, Inc., who will serve as Secretary.  The officers of the organization serve as the executive committee, along with Sherwood who serves as Immediate Past Chairman and Chairman of the Nominating Committee.

Nine directors were elected to a three-year term on the board for the first time.  They are: Gail Friedman, Sarah Leonard Fine Jewelers; John Hayes, Goodman’s Jewelers; Haridas Kotahwala, Royal India, USA; Mark Light, Sterling, Inc.; Sally Morrison, J. Walter Thompson; Pamela Mortensen, J. C. Penney; Debra Puzio, QVC; Dennis Ulrich, Richline Group; and Howard Hauben, Centurion/H2 Exhibits.

Directors re-elected to three-year terms are:  John Bosco, HSN; Cathy Calhoun, Calhoun Jewelers; Laurence Grunstein, Citizen Watch Co. of America; Susan Jacques, Borsheims; Anna Martin, Standard Chartered Bank; Doug Meine, Rolex Watch USA; Jan-Patrick Schmitz; Laura Swan, Kohl’s; Craig Underwood, Underwood’s Fine Jewelers; and Rachel Wertheimer, JewelAmerica.

Directors whose terms were not expiring, but continue to serve the organization are: Ofer Azrielant, Andin/Jewelry.com; Lee Berg, Lee Michaels Fine Jewelers; Jim De Mattei, Viewpoint Sales and Marketing; David Bonaparte of Reed Exhibition/JCK Shows; Terry Burman, Sterling, Inc.; Neal Goldberg, Zale Corporation; Jerry Ehrenwald, International Gemological Institute; Cecilia Gardner, Jewelers Vigilance Committee; Jonathan Goldman, Frederick Goldman; Efraim Grinberg, Movado Group; Howard Hurwitz,  Howard’s Jewelry; Abhey Jhaveri, M. Suresh/SDC Designs; Dan Kisch, Instore Magazine; Eddie Le Vian, Le Vian; Marvin Markman, Suberi Bros.; Samir Mehta, Paras Diamond Corp.; Michael Paolercio, Richline Group; Martin Rapaport, Rapaport; Nancy Robey, Jim Rosenheim, Tiny Jewel Box; Glenn Rothman, Hearts on Fire; Matthew Runci, Jewelers of America; Whitney Sielaff, National Jeweler Network; Elliot Tannenbaum, Leo Schachter Diamonds, LLC; Alex Weindling, A. G. Weindling, LLC; and Victor Weinman, Tache USA, Inc.

Jewelers For Children was founded in 1999 by the U.S. jewelry industry with the mission of helping children in need. Since its inception, JFC has donated nearly $32 million to programs benefiting children whose lives have been affected by illness, abuse, or neglect. This nationwide success is due to the continuing generosity of jewelry trade organizations, jewelry and watch manufacturing companies, jewelry retail stores, individual jewelry professionals, and jewelry consumers. Visit JFC’s website at www.jewelersforchildren.org.


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