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Gesswein, the name jewelers know for traditional to high-tech tools, celebrates its 100th year

For a full century, Gesswein has been supplying precision tools and equipment to the jewelry industry and beyond. While the company has continuously freshened its stock along the way, some things never change, including after-sale service and attention to detail. A century of customer satisfaction goes a long way, and today Gesswein offers tools to the global manufacturing community.

March Atlanta Jewelry Show rings in Spring with fresh looks, fresh ideas

(ATLANTA) - Held March 8-10, at the Cobb Galleria Centre, the Atlanta Jewelry Show captured the spirit of spring as the season for renewal and change.  From fresh new looks for the show floor to new educational initiatives and networking events, to a record number of first-time exhibitors and fabulous Atlanta spring weather, the show gave attendees the perfect opportunity to break out of the winter doldrums with new resources and ideas to refresh their store shelves and sales strategies.

Jess Jewelers restores stolen Olympic Gold Medal

In his 27 years of owning his jewelry store he’d never seen anything like it. One September day last year a City of Bradenton (FL) Detective, and Jess Jewelers customer, walked in to the store with a Bahamian Olympic Gold Medal winner. The unlikely pair needed help. They needed a jeweler who could restore a 2012 Olympic Gold Medal.

Southern Gates® celebrates 10 successful years

The Cargo Hold, Inc. is celebrating in a big way this year. 2014 marks the 10th anniversary of their Southern Gates® Collection and, boy, do they have reason to celebrate.

This southern signature line inspired by 18th and 19th century wrought iron gates now includes more than 400 unique designs reminiscent of patterns found not only in gates, but in grilles and balconies throughout the Southeast.

Texas retailer Mark Priest helps preserve historic bordello

Just a few minutes chatting with Legend Jewelers owner Mark Priest and you know there’s more to his story than just jewelry. His southern accent lures you back to a distant time where men were gentlemen and ladies were lovely. His love of gemstones, geology and crystallography come rushing at you; like finding a natural spring in the middle of a dry land. But it is his connection to one of the most famous bordellos in recent history that makes your head turn.

IDD celebrates 30 years of tradition and innovation

IDD of New York is proud to announce the celebration of their 30th anniversary this year.   Their story of success is one built on service, perseverance, and the loyalty and trust of their customers.  With such stories being a rare occurrence in this industry today, IDD is proud to celebrate 30 years of tradition and innovation.

Lance White finding his calling through jewelry and philanthropy

When Lance White graduated from college he had a degree in business and no idea what he wanted to do. He’d worked at a local hotel and different restaurants to help pay tuition, and the one thing he did know was he didn’t want a career in the hospitality industry. Instead he took a job at a local jewelry store just to gain sales experience to go after a corporate job. What he unearthed was a true passion for jewelry and a gift for helping others.