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On The Move


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?

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.

AmRhein’s brings home VA Governor’s Cup medals

(ROANOKE, Vir.) - Did you know Virginia-based AmRhein’s Fine Jewelry also owns an award winning winery? In 2013 AmRhein’s continued its tradition of creating award-winning wines, bringing home three Silver Medals in the Virginia Governor’s Cup Wine Competition. The Silvers went to Chambourcin and for the newly released Pinot Gris Reserve and Vidal Blanc wines.

SJTA announces Torch Awards winners

(ATLANTA) - Launched by the Southern Jewelry Travelers Association (SJTA) to showcase and recognize the design talents of bench jewelers/designers across the country, the third annual Torch Awards competition was held during the March 2013 edition of the Atlanta Jewelry Show. The competition invited all state jewelers associations to submit winners of their own individual 2012 design contests to compete nationally during the March Show where attending buyers voted on the winning designs

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