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NC Jewelry Studio shines with three new national design awards

The creative team at Spectrum Art & Jewelry (Wilmington, NC) has done it again.  In the first quarter of 2013 they have been recognized with three national awards for outstanding original jewelry design, including one from the Palladium Alliance International and two MJSA Vision Awards.  These bring Spectrum’s jewelry team tally to a total of eleven career national awards to date.


Lora Wright elected President of NCJA

Lora Wright, owner of Southern Jewelers on Steele Street in downtown Sanford, has been named President of the North Carolina Jewelers Association for 2013-2015.  Southern Jewelers, in the heart of Sanford, is an independently owned and operated business established in 1991.

Jewelry veteran joins Timeless Designs as new COO

(NEW YORK) - Timeless Designs, an ever-growing jewelry company in the heart of Manhattan’s Diamond District, has added a member to their team as the new COO. Victor Suarez, an expert jeweler familiar with just about every aspect of the production process, brings almost 30 years of experience with him into this role. Not only will he oversee factory production and ensure the highest efficiency in the company’s manufacturing of their acclaimed vintage-style rings, he will also be one of the leading forces in helping Timeless Designs reach the next level of success.

Neil Saunders celebrates 25 years of Diamond Service

Celebrating a milestone anniversary in this industry is something to be proud of, especially if you’re still conducting business “old school” style. Neil Saunders, a diamond wholesaler out of Atlanta, still hits the road calling on customers across the US. His business model hasn’t changed much in his 25 years in business, but then why should it if it works?

Jewelers Mutual welcomes Paul Fuhrman to the role of chief financial officer

(NEENAH, Wis.) - Following up on the celebration of the 100-year anniversary of the date of its official charter to become an insurance company, Jewelers Mutual revealed the identity of the new chief financial officer who will help to usher the company into its second century of business.

GIA recognized as one of the World’s Most Ethical Companies

Ethisphere Institute announces honorees for 2013

(CARLSBAD, Calif.) – The Ethisphere Institute has named GIA (Gemological Institute of America) as one of the 2013 World’s Most Ethical (WME) Companies. The designation by the international think-tank recognizes GIA’s efforts to build and maintain a superior ethics and compliance program, which is part of GIA’s mission to ensure the public trust in gems and jewelry.

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