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The Choice Between Lab Grown and Natural Diamonds Is Becoming Clearer

This year Valentine’s Day fell nearly smack dab in the middle of the peak period for diamond jewelry sales, which extends from the December holiday season when about 20% of engagements occur through Mother’s Day, this year on May 9. By all accounts Holiday 2020 was a strong one for diamond jewelry sales, especially for […]

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Tiffany Sales Will Double Under LVMH: Here’s How

Ever since news broke that LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton was acquiring Tiffany & Company, speculation has swirled about how the giant French luxury conglomerate would fold in this iconic American brand. Aside from some bland corporate messaging, LVMH has been mum on its plans. But one thing is for sure, after a protracted and […]

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Signet Jewelers – Parent of Kay and Zales – on Its Strategy of Love

After a disappointing 2019, when jewelry store retail sales were basically flat from the year before–$32.2 billion compared to $32.4 billion in 2018–the new year 2020 started with a bang. January 2020 sales rose 11.2% over previous year and hopes were high that similar growth would continue for the rest of the year. Then Covid […]

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What Happens To Tiffany After LVMH Takes Over?

The luxury deal of the century is back on track. Pending Tiffany shareholder approval, the French conglomerate LVMH will acquire Tiffany and Company for $15.8 billion, making this the biggest deal for the world’s biggest luxury company, a company which has grown to 75 brands through acquisitions alone. A few short months ago, LMVH was […]

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Main Street Coronavirus Survival Guide: How an Art Gallery, Jewelry Store, Home Furnishings Store, Gift Shop and Florist Will Survive Shutdowns

Small businesses’ opportunity to apply for their piece of the initial $379 billion CARES Act funding has come and gone. Overwhelmingly popular, the National Federation of independent Businesses reports that 70% of its 300,000 members applied for loans. While Congress moved quickly to add additional funds to the program for small businesses, tax attorney Logan […]

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