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Scientific gems are having a sparkly moment
Exotic crystals grown for science and industry that don't make the cut for the lab are being repurposed as jewelry.
Slow sales shed light on how jewelers make money via financing
Signet Jewelers, the company behind Kay Jewelers, Jared and Zales, is reporting weak holiday sales figures. Click the audio player above to hear the full story.
How to be a jewelry designer
Polly Wales talks about how she made a career out of her art.
Why the Kay and Jared jewelry sexual harassment allegations are unfolding outside of public court
About 250 women and men say there was rampant sexual harassment and discrimination at the company.
Gold prices are starting to rebound, but why?
Demand for gold is up 21 percent over the same time last year.
Jewelry store is booming amid Greek crisis
The influx of customers at the Athens store is looking for real assets like gold.
Diamonds: pricey, but not valuable
"Freakonomics" author Stephen Dubner explains what keeps diamonds valuable.
Is our culture too obsessed with the tastes of the mega rich?
An exhibition of work by the jeweler JAR at the Metropolitan Museum of Art has one art critic asking if our culture is too dominated by the 0.1 percent.
Coins and stamps now more profitable than art and wine
New trends in luxury investing. But while collecting rare collectibles may be fun, don't give up on stocks and bonds -- these 'passion investments' don't add too much heft to your portfolio.