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Retailer Roundtable: What special things do you do for your employees during the holiday season to show you appreciate them?

“Alabama Wholesale Diamonds is family owned and operated, and most of our employees have been with us for over 15 years. One of the reasons I believe we have such a loyal and trustworthy staff is because we all work together and treat each other like family. We have a lot of fun all year but we try to do some extra things to show our appreciation for our employees during the holidays to make the long hours just a little easier and more fun. Almost every day during the holiday season we pay for lunch to be brought in for everyone to enjoy.

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Techno Carbon USA riding high on consumers’ demand for lab-grown diamonds

Just a year ago, Techno Carbon USA jumped into the lab-grown diamond wholesale market in the United States, focusing on selling to independent retail jewelers. As lab-grown diamonds’ popularity grows, Techno Carbon - with a wealth of knowledge and decades of experience in the natural-diamond business - is enjoying early success.

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The Diamond Reserve expands to second location

Reserve KaleighKaeleigh Testwuide, owner of The Diamond Reserve.Kaeleigh Testwuide’s story about becoming a jeweler is anything but typical. As the owner of Denver-based The Diamond Reserve, Kaeleigh’s tale is as unique as the burgeoning private jeweler business that has expanded to a second office in four short years.

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Florida jeweler hosts customer estate jewelry event to benefit charity

Jewelry store owners are much like parents. They have relationships with many fine customers that are to be treated equally, with no favorites. No exceptions. But as Holly Wesche, owner of Wesche Jewelers will attest, like a parent even the most rule-abiding jeweler has a favorite. For the Melbourne, FL-based jeweler one of her all-time favorite customers was a woman named Susan (not her real name), whose regal taste in fine jewelry earned her the moniker of “The Duchess.”

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RingMaster ushering in its 50th year with a return to Winston-Salem’s historic Reynolda Village

Jeweler Michael Scott of Winston-Salem, N.C., is no stranger to renovation. After a few moves and getting the new place just right, he’s doing it again - winding his way back to the lovely environs he left seven years ago. Upscale and historic Reynolda Village, at the gates of Wake Forest University’s campus, is ideal for a jewelry store like RingMaster, which is celebrating its 50th year.

RM ext StratfordRingMaster will be leaving this Stratford Road location and moving back to Reynolda Village at the end of October.

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Retailer Roundtable: What products and price points will your store be promoting the most for the 2019 Holiday Season?

“I’m happy to share what I think will be our best sellers for the upcoming holiday season. Here in Louisiana, three stone rings, mined and lab grown diamonds have picked up considerably. Diamond earrings, both natural and lab are selling well. Tennis bracelets in lab grown are more affordable in larger sizes, so they are selling, and lab grown center stones have far overshadowed natural.

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Six ways to make your bridal business more profitable - Overnight

Overnight’s smart solutions to today’s market challenges

This year 2.2 million couples will tie the knot, buying 1.9 million engagement rings. Both men and women are marrying later and they know exactly what they want in bridal rings: uniqueness, an environmentally and ethically friendly product, and quality at a reasonable price. Consumers want to add their own twist to the rest of the jewelry in your cases too.

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