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Charles Garnier releases new catalog

Garnier Jan(LOS ANGELES) - Charles Garnier Paris is releasing a catalog of their new collection of sterling silver jewelry featuring Hearts and Arrows Diamonds. The company is also using faceted gemstones in 10 different colors such as blue topaz, amethyst, lapis lazuli, etc.

“This is the first time in the U.S.A. that a company is exclusively using Hearts and Arrows Diamonds with sterling silver jewelry,” said Julie Franco, Vice President of Sales. “The response has been excellent and our customers, based mostly of independents, love the opportunity to differentiate themselves from the chains. The quality and the cut of our diamonds make all the difference to close the sale,” she added.

Rembrandt Charms launches new website

rembrandt charms logo(WILLIAMSVILLE, N.Y.) - Rembrandt Charms is excited to announce the launch of its new website at www.RembrandtCharms.com.

The new website is focused on engaging the consumer and helping them to find you, their local retail jeweler. While Rembrandt Charms works on uploading its thousands of products onto the new website, the entire charm collection can be found on the original website at RQC.RembrandtCharms.com.

Edge Retail Academy announces Aged Inventory Program

(LAS VEGAS) - The Edge Retail Academy has announced a new program to help jewelers counteract a chronic business concern - aging inventory.

“Inventory isn’t like wine. It doesn’t improve with age,” said David Brown, co-founder and President of Edge Retail Academy. “Aged inventory can sour a jeweler’s budget by tying up cash that could be used for better things, like store improvement, marketing or buying the new lines that customers actually want. It’s one of the most frequent problems we encounter when working with jewelers to improve their business. So we created a new Aged Inventory Program - a targeted, industry-specific program to help jewelers reduce their aging inventory and keep their cash flow flowing.”

MJSA launches new BEaJEWELER website, social media sites

MJSA(ATTLEBORO, Mass.) - MJSA, the U.S. trade association dedicated to professional excellence in jewelry making and design, has launched an enhanced digital presence - including a new website and expanded social media sites - for its BEaJEWELER outreach initiative, which seeks to bring “new blood” into the jewelry industry.

The website, BEaJEWELER.com, offers an extensive overview of the life of a professional bench jeweler, as well as the rewards of embarking on a jewelry-related career. Targeted to students as well as second-career adults, it includes videos and information about employer demand, earning capacity, typical job responsibilities, work environments, and the skills needed for success. It also offers MJSA’s extensive, fully searchable guide to schools with programs in jewelry making and design, and insights from professional jewelers and designers on why they love what they do.

Jewelers of America introduces new website for industry & consumers

(NEW YORK) - Jewelers of America (JA), the leading jewelry association for businesses serving the fine jewelry marketplace, has launched a new and improved website at www.jewelers.org. The website, which reinforces JA’s mission to improve consumer confidence, is now consumer-facing with expanded consumer education that prepares jewelry customers to shop for jewelry with confidence from Jewelers of America Members.

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