6 out of 10 jewelers reported sales down 25 percent or more.
While all can shine solo, some look great while playing with others.
3 companies tied for the lead.
46 percent of our survey group reported gains, with just 19 percent down.
Company is continuing to steadily grow its online and instore presence.
Rolex was at the top, with John Hardy close behind.
Pandora led the way.
This powerhouse precious metal doesn't need any help to be remarkable.
Hearts On Fire took over the top spot.
Two new collections will be released in January 2020.
The wrist wants what it wants.
Each collection is inspired by key catwalk trends.
It continues to rapidly grow its presence in international markets.
These stunners are both beautiful and affordable.
This is the jewelry women want to wear to express themselves.
It will be located in Dallas Market Center.
It will land in May 2019.
The wrist wants what the wrist wants.
(PRESS RELEASE) Following on from the successful launch of the Ania Haie Tropic Thunder Collection, the next collection launch for the fashion-forward jewellery brand will land in...
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