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The Month In Review: October October 30, 2019 (0 comments)

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Merrick, NY—Happy Halloween! October thankfully was not a scary month for jewelers. In the run-up to the holiday season, jewelry sales picked up in September, JIS and Centurion South Beach did brisk business, and JSA’s annual report showed jewelry crime went down more than 25% in 2018. In the diamond sector, DPA kicked off its fall consumer ad campaign and tapped a luxury marketing expert as its new CEO, while De Beers’ Lighthouse brand of lab-grown diamonds bowed at Bloomingdales and Reeds Jewelers. We also bid a sad farewell to retailer Charles Skibell and Rio Grande’s Judy Jaramillo. In case you missed any, here were the top stories of October:

For Love Of Gems And Books: How A Gem Dealer And Jewelers Are Helping African Kids Learn To Read

September Jewelry Sales Strong; Retail Predictions Encouraging For Holiday Season

‘The Diamond Journey,’ DPA’s Fall Consumer Ad Campaign, Tells Powerful Story

Diamond News: Lieberherr Exits DPA; Lightbox In Stores; Stuller Launches LGD Line; More

Jewelry Crime Down More than 25% In 2018; JSA Credits Law Enforcement, Intelligence Sharing

Easy Tips For Creating Signage That Sells

In Memoriam: Charles Skibell, Dallas Jeweler and Judy Jaramillo, AGS New Mexico Guild Officer And Longtime Rio Grande Account Rep

Centurion South Beach October 2019 Exceeds 800 Stores in 2nd Year Co-Located with JIS

Jewelry Ecomm Live! 2019 Miami Beach Delivers High-Demand Content to Attendees

Mined or Manmade, Diamond Consumers Want Third-Party Verification Of Responsible Origins

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