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Under the Crown Introduces Crown Jubilee Diamonds and More Product News for April




Crown Jubilee Diamonds

Crown Jubilee

Under the Crown’s Crown Jubilee diamonds are carefully refashioned Old Mine Cut or European Cut diamonds turned into new diamonds with a kaleidoscope effect, bringing the crown and pavilion of the stone into perfect harmony.

Money for Scholars

The Jewelers of America (JA) scholarship program’s 2017 enrollment period is under way. The program, open to qualifying members of JA, includes scholarships for the Gemological Institute of America, Diamond Council of America, Jewelers Education Foundation of AGS and the Jewelers of America’s Bench Professional Certification program.

Remembering Cindy

The Contemporary Jewelry Design Group will hold the Cindy Edelstein Memorial Charity Auction at COUTURE in Las Vegas; proceeds will go to Jewelers For Children and to the Cindy Edelstein fund of the WJA.

Sri Lanka Set

The 2017 edition of FACETS, Sri Lanka’s international gem and jewelry show, is expected to host more than 200 exhibitors and 10,000 attendees and will be held from Aug. 31 to Sep. 3, 2017.

Shining Web

Diamond wholesaler M. Geller, Ltd has revamped its website to offer users an updated experience. Most noteworthy is the improved search functionality: the new site and its loose diamond tool, which scans more than 30,000 white, fancy color and lab-grown diamonds, is now mobile-friendly for easy smartphone and tablet use.


This article originally appeared in the April 2017 edition of INSTORE.



Wilkerson Testimonials

When Liquidation Is the Best Option, This Legendary Jeweler Chose Wilkerson

George Koueiter & Sons Jewelers, a 65-year old jewelry institution in Grosse Pointe, MI, had always been a mainstay in this suburban Detroit community. But when owners George and Paul Koueiter were ready to retire, they made the decision to close rather than sell. “We decided our best option to do the liquidation sale was Wilkerson,” says Paul Koueiter. The results, says George Koueiter, exceeded expectations and the process was easy. “Wilkerson just kept us in mind,” says George. “They never did anything without asking and whatever they asked us to do was just spot on.”

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