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Three Generations of Women

Greenville is a small town in southern Alabama. The town’s website invites those traveling the interstate north to Birmingham or Atlanta, or south to the Gulf coast beaches to get off the highway and “slow down in Greenville.” It prides itself on southern hospitality and traditions and has maintained the small town feel.


24 Karat Club Southeastern United States holds 37th annual Banquet

(ATLANTA) - The 24 Karat Club Southeastern United States (SEUS) hosted its 37th annual black-tie Banquet at the elegant Atlanta Country Club on August 6th. The elite event was well attended with approximately 200 leaders of the jewelry industry and their guests enjoying an evening of networking and recognition.

13-year-old designer making a name for herself in jewelry industry

Ask any parent of a 13 year old how it’s going and, if they’re like me, they’ll roll their eyes, lament over the drama and self-centeredness, and make some comment about the obsession with socializing. Trust me, I know first-hand what it’s like. But one conversation with 13 year old Gracie Beal, a budding design talent in the jewelry industry, and it is immediately evident you’re not talking to a typical teenager.

Latest technology, interactive sales driving Artisan Jewelry Company’s success

When you think of a small town family run jewelry store in today’s marketplace you might think of dark wood antique showcases filled with traditional, live merchandise and a bell over the front door. Or you might think of a contemporary setting with floor and wall coverings and showcases all designed to coordinate with light boxes featuring duratrans from the most current watch and jewelry brands offered for sale in the store’s showcases. Both will offer hometown friendly service mixed with years (or generations) worth of experience, training and expertise.

Key Items introduces new bridal line - B by Bliss

When Key Items set out to become a reliable, diamond jewelry resource for small independent jewelers 14 years ago, they made a commitment to listen to the needs of their customers. Providing price point sensitive products became the hallmark upon which every business decision would rest. But as requests for a mid-to-low range bridal line grew, Key Items decided to comply. Today they proudly introduce their new bridal line called B by Bliss.

GIA Symposium 2011

(CARLSBAD, Calif.) - Beginning with a keynote session on global finance and commerce by Steve Forbes and finishing with industry leaders engaging in a stirring debate on fair trade and sustainability, GIA (Gemological Institute of America) marked its 80th anniversary with its Fifth International Gemological Symposium at the Carlsbad world headquarters on May 29-30.

Students see their jewelry designs come to life in NC

Ellis Jewelers conducts Future Jewelry Designer Contest

(CONCORD, N.C.) - Throughout the month of May, Concord, NC based Ellis Jewelers accepted submissions in its inaugural Future Jewelry Designer Contest. After numerous submissions and careful judging, Ellis picked two winners and presented both with their custom-made pieces of jewelry in a special ceremony on Friday, May 27 at Ellis Jewelers in downtown Concord.

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