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Unusual fixtures demand attention.
Two jewelers tell of the jobs they’ve turned down.
Plus, the secret of how to get “the small stuff” done without distracting from your more important tasks.
Yes, Katie Diamond is her real name.
And a tip to ensure you’re not missing the target on National High Five Day.
Take your custom design presentations to another level by following this advice.
Many use graduated steps to encourage their involvement.
Christopher Duquet finds joy in creative challenges.
Many say they could do it, but their time is more valuable elsewhere.
They’re not just about building sales volume (although that is important).
Many jewelry clients are choosing custom design as a means of self-expression.
Plus a new catalog dedicated to wedding party gifts from Kelly Waters.
Plus a jewelry case with an unusual bristle base to keep jewelry untangled.
And don’t miss these cigar band rings with shaker compartments.
Brick-and-mortar retailers can no longer afford to view their businesses from a merchant perspective only.
Malka Diamonds moves from storefront to appointment business.
And what to consider when investing in that expensive new laser welder.
The author’s uncle said that the next person who speaks will give money to the other person.
Zodiac designs and heavy chains are among the styles represented.
Check these areas to see if you can drop more to the bottom line.
There’s a method behind this social media madness.
And check up on your diamond inventory — bridal madness is ready to descend.
Happy salespeople sell 300 percent more than unhappy ones.
Stuller led the way.
A lab-grown diamond subsidiary of a mined diamond conglomerate was offering them for one-third of the price.
Stamp sealed envelopes take your correspondence to the next level.
And one jeweler will no longer accept rings bought elsewhere online for sizing.
Even small words can have a big impact.