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What Was Hot at JCK?

Closing comments from traders and jewelry brands.

Jun 8, 2010 4:12 AM   By Rapaport News
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In this video:

Ankit Shah, partner of Ankit Gems, and Vishal Gandhi, partner in Akshar Impex discuss trading comments from JCK show floor.

Marcee Feinberg, vice president of marketing for Lazare Kaplan International, reveals the brand's new Twist collection and describes the inspiration and story behind Lazare Kaplan's Simply Global collection.

JCK show first-timer Ellen Himic shows her designs and what was popular with buyers.

Silver jewelry was hot at JCK 2010. Rachel Stevens of Christofle Paris shows viewers the most in demand silver jewelry pieces during the show.

The Eighty-Eight™ is a patented diamond cut with 8 sides and 88 facets designed to optimize for brilliance, sparkle, and overall light performance. Steven Gad, CEO of Finesse Diamonds, said that the demand was good at JCK for this cut. Stones are cut and polished in Namibia.

Luxury jewelry designer Gregg Ruth debuts his Aztec collection at the show featuring fabulous designs, but with lower price points than the brand typically offers.
Tags: JCK, Jeff Miller & Edward Pahati, Jewelry, Lazare kaplan, Namibia, Rapaport News
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