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Frederick Goldman Inc. Announces New Director of Quality Engineering

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New York, NY – Frederick Goldman Inc., one of the largest manufacturers and distributors of fine jewelry in North America, announces that Noah Pearce has joined its team as director of quality engineering.

Pearce comes to Frederick Goldman with more than 20 years of experience in the fine jewelry industry. Most recently, he worked at Gemvara, where he served as director of quality assurance – manufacturing. Prior to that, Pearce was senior manager of quality assurance – product development at Assael, Inc. and held a similar position at Mikimoto for more than 10 years.

In his new position at Frederick Goldman, Pearce will oversee all quality management for the corporation, with particular emphasis and focus on bridal and fine jewelry product lines.

“Noah’s impressive experience with fine and engagement jewelry, as well as his knowledge of best in class quality management programs, will be of significant value to our company, especially our Luxury Group,” said John Orrico, chief operating officer.

Frederick Goldman manufactures brands that include Karl Lagerfeld, Scott Kay, ArtCarved Bridal, Keepsake, Goldman, Diana and Triton.

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