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ArtCarved Launches Matchmaker Contest, Establishes Official “National Matchmaker Day” on Social Media

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NEW YORK CITY – ArtCarved, a designer of engagement rings and wedding bands, will launch the “National Matchmaker” contest on Facebook and Instagram this month. The contest asks participants to share how they met their significant other and who or what is responsible for the match.

“Who doesn’t have a nosy hairdresser, an over- involved mother or a relentless best friend that has that perfect someone for you, someone that you just have to meet,” says Roxanne Rabasco, director of integrated marketing and communications at Frederick Goldman Inc. “ArtCarved wants to recognize and applaud these eternal romantics that are always looking to give destiny a helping hand.”

Andi Dorfman, a contestant on the 18th season of “The Bachelor” and the star of the 10th season of “The Bachelorette,” is helping to support the contest and establish ArtCarved’s “National Matchmaker Day” on Aug. 31 as an official social media holiday. She will be posting content on both her Instagram and Facebook pages encouraging followers to participate and also sharing her own personal experiences. “We couldn’t think of a more perfect person to partner with than Andi. She’s very relatable, likable and is someone you always find yourself rooting for,” adds Rabasco.

The contest will run through Aug. 31 when the person with the best matchmaking story will be awarded a custom adventure/experience (valued at $4,000) that matches their personality and interests on #NationalMatchMakerDay.

ArtCarved is also asking to hear about the epic failed attempts from fans who haven’t yet met their perfect mate. The best disaster story will be awarded a one-year subscription to Match.com – because ArtCarved wants everyone to find their perfect match.

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Canadian Jewelers Association Initiates Management Transition

He will continue to be involved with the CJA as a freelance writer.

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(PRESS RELEASE) TORONTO – The Canadian Jewellers Association (CJA) announced that it has initiated a transition of its management personnel.

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Following the completion of his scheduled 18-month contract as executive director, Mr. Brian Land recently left that role and the association. He will continue to be involved with the CJA as a freelance writer. Ms. Carla Adams, currently a manager in the association office, will discharge the duties of executive director on an interim basis until a successor to Mr. Land is named, likely by mid-January.

“Brian Land was engaged primarily to assist in managing the amalgamation of the Canadian Jewelers Association with Jewelers Vigilance Canada,” said Mr. Marco Miserendino, chairman of the CJA Board of Directors. “The knowledge and skill he brought to that file was of great assistance. The successful completion of that assignment now enables both Brian and the association to determine and pursue their respective future directions,” Mr. Miserendino added.

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TrueFacet.com and Stephen Silver Fine Jewelry Partner On Boutique

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(PRESS RELEASE) SILICON VALLEY, CA/NEW YORK – Luxury digital marketplace TrueFacet.com has partnered with independent jeweler Stephen Silver Fine Jewelry to present a collaborative retail boutique in Silicon Valley.

The TrueFacet and Stephen Silver Fine Jewelry boutique is located in the Silvers’ second boutique space at the Rosewood Sand Hill Resort in Menlo Park, CA, which officially opened on Nov. 14. The boutique is stocked with TrueFacet’s selection of pre-owned watches and fine jewelry collections from luxury brands such as Rolex, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Patek Phillipe, Panerai and Audemars Piguet.

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With this collaboration, TrueFacet will gain access to the Silvers’ network of Silicon Valley clientele and international collectors, while Stephen Silver Fine Jewelry can effectively scale its fine jewelry, estate jewelry and rare collectible timepiece offerings while harnessing TrueFacet’s digital reach and consumer insights.

TrueFacet Co-Founder Tirath Kamdar stated: “Silicon Valley is TrueFacet’s third-largest market, and we saw the potential for even more growth by partnering with the demonstrated leader in offline shopping experiences in the area, Stephen Silver Fine Jewelry. We see our partnership as a merger between the physical and the digital space. It’s something we are very excited about, that has never been attempted in this industry. There is a real synergy between our companies, with Stephen Silver’s expertise in rare estate pieces, and our leadership in the Certified Pre-Owned category, offering thousands of products unavailable anywhere else.”

Since its founding in 2014, TrueFacet.com has crowdsourced much of its pre-owned watch and fine jewelry inventory through customer trade-ins, consignments and customer sales, growing its marketplace inventory to over 140,000 items. Each item is authenticated and refurbished in-house or directly by brands through TrueFacet’s groundbreaking Brand Certified Pre-Owned program, launched in August of 2018.

TrueFacet has relationships with Brand Certified Pre-Owned partners like Zenith, FENDI Timepieces, Faberge and Roberto Coin. The digital marketplace has also recently partnered with Messika to power a branded U.S. e-commerce site for the international jewelry brand.

Stephen and Jared Silver, a father and son team, have earned a reputation among Silicon Valley’s VC community as early adopters of new technology. Where other jewelry and watch retailers have seen e-commerce marketplaces as competition, the Silvers saw an opportunity to invest in TrueFacet, a data-driven, tech-forward digital marketplace, and eventually took on an advisory role with TrueFacet.

Stephen Silver Fine Jewelry President Jared Silver saw an opportunity to expand the relationship with TrueFacet as luxury retail partners.

“TrueFacet makes an ideal digital partner because the company’s high-touch service and impressive global reach complement our own strengths,” he said, “and through this partnership, we will also gain access to TrueFacet’s wide selection of certified pre-owned inventory.”

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‘Diamonds Do Good’ Video Gets 11M Millennial Impressions In One Month

It’s the first video in a series.

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(PRESS RELEASE) NEW YORK – “Conservation,” the first video in the Diamond Empowerment Fund’s Real Stories, Real Diamonds, Real Impact campaign targeting millennials, garnered 11 million impressions in its first month. The one-minute video, which appears on both the Diamonds Do Good website and on YouTube, garnered 7 million views of at least :30 seconds, and 5 million views of the entire video. According to YouTube, “this is a a surprisingly high rate of completion, especially considering the longer length of the video.”

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The “Conservation” video is the first in a series the Diamond Empowerment Fund will create to educate the public on the positive stories behind diamonds. All videos in the series will be housed on the D.E.F. website’s video library page. D.E.F’s Diamonds Do Good library of videos will be available for retailers to share with their customers.

The Real Stories. Real Diamonds. Real Impact video library was made possible through the grant D.E.F received from the JCK Industry Fund, and media support was augmented through an in-kind donation by the Diamond Producers Association. In November, the Diamond Empowerment Fund launched the “Real Stories, Real Diamonds, Real Impact Proposal Contest” with the winners being sent to Botswana in 2019 to see the positive impact of diamonds and share their experience through social media.

D.E.F President Anna Martin, senior vice president of GIA, says, “Educating the younger generation on the good diamonds do and inviting them to engage in this narrative will help boost consumer confidence and ultimately demand for diamonds.”

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