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The Month in Review: September October 04, 2017 (0 comments)

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Merrick, NY—Normally gearing up for the holiday season, jewelers in hurricane-ravaged areas of Texas, Florida, and Puerto Rico shifted gears from selling to helping fellow citizens recover from devastating damage, while the industry generosity at large geared up with fundraising campaigns from JFC, Centurion, and others.

The industry trade press lost a legend with the sudden passing of veteran journalist William George Shuster, the Emmys were awash in a parade of statement earrings, and a new study showed the world’s wealthy view jewelry as a desirable portable asset. In case you missed any, here were the top stories from last month:

Jewelry Industry Responds To Hurricane Harvey With Generosity And Muscle

Diamond Vault Of Troy And Centurion Team With JFC To Help Island Children In Need

First Look At Hurricane Harvey’s Impact On Jewelers

Celebrity News: Jewelry Trends At The Emmys

Birks To Open Five New Stores

Luxury Jewelry Investment Value Grows; Category Increasing Appealing As Store Of Wealth

What Price Is Your Inventory Really Costing You?

Barbara Parker’s Diamond Vault: One Little Store Can Make A Difference

In Memoriam: William George Shuster, Veteran Industry Journalist

Like It Or Not, Brands May End Up On Amazon Anyway

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