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Gun-Wielding Robbers Steal $5 Million
in Jewels From
Atlanta Store

On Nov. 7, three suspects robbed
Atlanta fine jewelry store
Elif Fine Jewelry by gunpoint.

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Gemfields Thinks Mine Could Supply 20% of Global
Ruby Demand

Having built its reputation on Zambian emeralds, Gemfields Plc, the London-based colored stone miner, has set its sights on Mozambican rubies.

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Swatch Group to Open Multi-Brand Watch Stores in
New York City, Las Vegas

The group’s new Hour Passion boutiques will sell brands priced in the midrange segment, from Flik-Flak and Swatch to Longines and Rado.

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Jewelry Trend to Try:
The Double Earrings

Earrings are popping up designed with shapes and sparkle behind the earlobe—because, well, why not?

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Designer Claudio Pino Catches Fire With ‘Hunger Games’ Jewelry

The Chilean native turned Quebec resident gives JCK the scoop on his blockbuster jewels.

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