And these were the brands and jewelry that sold best for them.
6 out of 10 jewelers reported sales down 25 percent or more.
Our Brain Squad shares their best-sellers from March.
Gabriel & Co. led by a landslide.
46 percent of our survey group reported gains, with just 19 percent down.
Rolex was at the top, with John Hardy close behind.
Pandora led the way.
Hearts On Fire took over the top spot.
Stuller, Allison-Kaufman and Gabriel & Co. led the way.
Hearts on Fire took the top spot.
Rolex led the way.
Lafonn sold best among our survey group.
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