Dallas-based NTR Metals has a customer base of more than 20,000 companies, with 40 offices in the United States and England. It’s one of the world’s largest precious metals companies, fully integrated with refining, minting and recycling services.
Many of us in the jewelry industry know and appreciate the Samuel Spil Company. As a family-owned wholesale jewelry supplier based in North Carolina, the company has carv...
For more than 20 years, United Precious Metals Refining, Inc. has been a trusted partner businesses turn to for the best in precious metal product and services. With th...
The idea of change is easy for some people, but for most of us change is a daunting prospect. Doing things the same way is perceived as easier than learning a new way, wh...
Richard Melancon never gets tired of creating. The retail jeweler and his wife, LaNell, have won more than 30 state and national jewelry design competitions, yet they rem...
What does a team of intelligent women and a 1930s farmer-turned-horologist have in common? Kristen Kelley.
The granddaughter of F.L. Kelley, founder of Kelley Jewelers, ...
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