It was sold by Christie’s in Geneva.
The president and COO has been promoted.
It calls its products "investment jewelry."
The campaign celebrates devotion in its many forms.
The pieces sell for under $200.
The line 'appeals to ethically-minded shoppers.'
A jewelry company executive has been sentenced to prison for forging a federal judge’s signature.
It’s accused of preying on servicemembers.
The company believes demand will 'increase exponentially'.
Richard Hayes has been with Wilkerson since 1986.
It happened in Hiddenite, NC.
Lack of fresh ideas was cited as one factor.
That's higher than in the third quarter of last year.
They take place May 30 to June 3.
The culprit is still at large.
It’s one of 51 stores reported closed or under new ownership in September.
He claims he lost them.
It's named for a pioneer in gemology, GIA announced.
Some pieces were made of cadmium.
It is 'by the industry, for the industry.'