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The American Gem Society Celebrates Women’s History Month Through Women Designers

LAS VEGAS, Nev. -- The American Gem Society (AGS), a nonprofit association dedicated to consumer protection, is proud to celebrate and recognize its women designers, as well as women leaders in the jewelry industry during Women's History Month.

Throughout the month of March, AGS will feature the beautiful jewelry created by women within the association's community of members. AGS is also featuring the jewelry of these women on their "Trending Now" web page.

"The American Gem Society is what it is today in large part because of the leadership and creativity of the women in management and in our community," said Katherine Bodoh, CEO of the American Gem Society and AGS Laboratories. "We value and are inspired by the guidance and vision of the women on our board and on our team, the retail store leaders who are the backbone of the American Gem Society, and the creative visionaries designing jewelry. We are excited to share these designs with our audience, and hope they feel as inspired as we do by the artistry and beauty of what these women have created."

"Seeing wonderful, strong, and talented women leading the AGS made an early impression on me as I grew and learned in this industry," said Lisa Bridge, President-Elect of the American Gem Society's International Board of Directors. "We are lucky at AGS to have a community that supports and champions one another to make us and the industry better. I am thankful for their example and the path they have created for all of us to thrive."

To see the jewelry from the American Gem Society's participating women designers, visit https://www.americangemsociety.org/trending-now or follow the American Gem Society on Instagram.

To find an American Gem Society jeweler in your area, visit https://www.americangemsociety.org/find-a-jeweler/jeweler/search/.

About American Gem Society

The American Gem Society, founded in 1934 by Robert M. Shipley, is a nonprofit trade association dedicated to ethics, knowledge, and consumer protection within the jewelry industry. The American Gem Society awards credentials for its members, who are held to the industry's highest standards and must pass annual recertification examinations to maintain their titles. Members of the AGS membership are passionate about jewelry and dedicated to creating a positive buying experience for their customers. To find an AGS jeweler near you, visit ags.org/findajeweler.

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Want a Sparkling Valentine’s Day? Follow These Six Jewelry Buying Tips

LAS VEGAS, Nev. -- Whether you are staying at home this Valentine's Day, or plan to have a romantic evening out, the American Gem Society (AGS), a nonprofit association dedicated to consumer protection, has some advice to ensure the jewelry you buy adds extra sparkle to you and your loved one's celebration.

1. Have a general idea of the kind of jewelry you want to buy? If it's a gift, what does the recipient like? Consider the type and color of metal, the gemstone, setting, as well as the type of piece. Would this person want a watch, bracelet, necklace, or ring?

2. Shop with a credentialed, professional jeweler who is a member of an organization with a strict code of business ethics, such as AGS. An ethical and knowledgeable jeweler will share facts about the gemstone in your jewelry, like whether it is enhanced or treated, natural, or a laboratory-created gemstone.

3. Do your research online but visit the store so you can see the piece in person. You might love the way something looks on the screen, but when you see it up close, you may feel differently. Maybe it's the color or sheen of the metal or how the setting looks. Get an up-close look before making a significant purchase.

4. Ask about the return policy. If the gift misses the mark, you'll want to return it!

5. If a discount seems too good to be true, it might be. You've heard of the practice where a retailer inflates a price by a certain percent, then advertises it at a slightly lesser percent? AGS members must adhere to standards of business conduct that strictly prohibit this practice.

6. Buying diamonds? Ask for a diamond grading report from an independent laboratory. A thorough grading report covers all 4Cs-cut, color, clarity, and carat-so that the jewelry buyers know and understand the quality of what they are purchasing. AGS founded AGS Laboratories as a nonprofit diamond grading laboratory that shares its mission of consumer protection. This mission ensures jewelry buyers will receive an unbiased opinion on the quality of their diamonds.

-- Well-cut diamonds sparkle in candlelight or low light. Set the mood with the right lighting and watch the diamond sparkle on your loved one.

Want to learn more tips? Visit http://www.americangemsociety.org/gems-and-jewelry/.

To find a credentialed AGS jeweler, visit https://www.americangemsociety.org/find-a-jeweler/jeweler/search/.

About American Gem Society

The American Gem Society, founded in 1934 by Robert M. Shipley, is a nonprofit trade association dedicated to proven ethics, knowledge, and consumer protection within the jewelry industry. The American Gem Society is a professional organization awarding credentials for its members, who are held to the industry's highest ethical and professional standards and must pass annual recertification examinations to maintain their titles. Less than one in twenty jewelers in the country have met the exacting requirements necessary for membership.

Website: http://www.americangemsociety.org/

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Inflation-proof Investments Made Possible with Luxury Diamonds

BOCA RATON, Fla. -- Last month, Rosenberg Diamonds & Co of Boca Raton, Florida, whose primary focus is high-end diamond and jewels, announced record-breaking sales for the second year in a row - despite the ongoing pandemic. And they aren't the only ones. One study showed that from January through May 2021, overall U.S. jewelry sales surged a very impressive 41% from the same period, two years earlier.

Of the company's continued rise in sales David Rosenberg, Founder, and President of Rosenberg Diamonds & Co said, "During the pandemic year of 2020, we broke records sales. What is remarkable is that in 2021, we have seen a tremendous increase from last year and have broken last year's record by mid-year."

All of this, in the face of not only a pandemic, but also rising inflation. But as Rosenberg explains, a diamond is a brilliant investment. "We're seeing some of the highest inflation we've seen in decades. Whether you are purchasing a luxury vehicle, yacht or private jet, prices are exponentially higher these days. But you can take comfort when purchasing a diamond. Luxury diamonds do not require a lot of space for storage, they are durable, and, unlike cars or yachts, you can enjoy them without any concerns about decreasing value. So while stock and cash investments remain flat, diamonds increase in value, making them an excellent hedge against inflation."

Rosenberg is starting to see a pent-up demand for luxury purchases and as many galas & functions make their way back on the calendar, customers are looking to dazzle on the red carpet. Even gifts for special occasions such as birthdays, holidays are becoming much more substantial. After all, luxury never seems to go out of style and diamonds continue to be everyone's best friend.

About Rosenberg Diamonds & Co:

David Rosenberg Diamonds is a high-end jewelry and diamond boutique located in Boca Raton, Florida. Rosenberg Diamonds & Co maintains exclusive relationships with some of the world's most prestigious and successful mines. As a result, they offer breathtaking white, D-flawless, natural fancy color diamonds and high-end jewels designed by David Rosenberg himself. Rosenberg Diamonds & Co is built upon honesty, trust, excellence, and expertise.

Visit our website to learn more: https://rosenbergdiamonds.com/

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Whiteflash Named 2021 BBB Pinnacle Award Winner

HOUSTON, Texas -- For the second year in a row, and for an unprecedented 5 out of the last 10 years, Whiteflash Ideal Diamonds and Fine Jewelry has been named winner of the prestigious Better Business Bureau 2021 Pinnacle Award - the BBB's top honor for excellence in quality control, customer care, and social responsibility. The annual competition involves the finest retail jewelers from all across the Greater Houston area, the fourth largest market in America.

Whiteflash has been a BBB Winner of Distinction every year since 2004, maintaining an unbroken A+ rating with the BBB. The annual awards competition evaluates businesses on a comprehensive set of performance standards including product quality, customer care, consumer education, innovation, integrity, and social responsibility. With the 2021 Pinnacle award Whiteflash has been once again recognized as "Best in Class" and a market leader among the many well established fine jewelers in the Greater Houston Area.

Having launched in the year 2000, Whiteflash has been at the forefront of jewelry companies born into the information age. In addition to their world-class A CUT ABOVE® brand of super ideal diamonds, Whiteflash offers two other categories of precision cut AGS Ideal and GIA Excellent diamonds, all of which are in-house and available exclusively at Whiteflash. All are posted to their state-of-the-art responsive website with a full complement of diagnostics and advanced light performance imaging.

In addition to their deep inventory of precision cut certified diamonds Whiteflash is also an authorized distributor for some of America's finest bridal designers including Tacori, Verragio, Simon G, A. Jaffe, Ritani, Vatche and Benchmark, providing an extensive selection of top quality brand name diamond engagement rings.

Reached for comment on winning the BBB 2021 Pinnacle Award Whiteflash COO Eliezer Eber remarked, "Overcoming the challenges of a pandemic, with its supply chain disruptions and staffing shortages, makes being chosen for the BBB Pinnacle Award especially gratifying. It is a true reflection of the character and adaptability of our team, the resiliency of our business model, and a tribute to our laser focus on the customer experience."

Having been awarded the 2021 BBB Pinnacle once again validates the company's core value driven philosophy and devotion to best practices. Whiteflash is a member of the American Gem Society, an organization dedicated to consumer education and protection. They are also one of the few retail jewelers in the world certified for ISO9000 quality management. And a laser focus on the customer experience has resulted in a huge number of 5 star reviews at independent review sites like Google Reviews and Yelp.

In the words of Whiteflash CEO Debi Wexler, "I am so proud of our team for once again being recognized by the BBB as 'best in class'. The Greater Houston area is home to some of the finest jewelers in America, and to receive the BBB Pinnacle is a humbling accomplishment, and one that is extremely motivating for the Whiteflash team."

About Whiteflash:

Whiteflash is a top tier retail jeweler specializing in Ideal Diamonds, Designer Engagement Rings and Fine Bridal Jewelry. Their A CUT ABOVE® Super Ideal Diamonds are considered by trade experts and diamond connoisseurs to be among the finest in the world.

The award winning Whiteflash.com website, described by Kiplinger's Magazine as the "Lord of the Online Rings" enables shoppers the world over to view, compare and purchase top quality loose diamonds, engagement rings and fine jewelry in a convenient, secure and information rich environment.

Whiteflash is the first jewelry retailer in the world to attain ISO 9001 certification for total quality management and welcomes visitors to their showroom located in the upscale Houston area community of Sugar Land, Texas. Whiteflash is a proud member of the American Gem Society.

For more information, log onto https://www.whiteflash.com/ or call toll free 877-612-6770.

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Monetary Metals Finances Jeweler’s Growth

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- Monetary Metals announces a 150% increase in its financing of Gold Bullion International's expansion of its 22- and 24-karat luxury gold jewelry collection, Auvere™.

Gold Bullion International (GBI) is paying 4% on the gold lease. Leased inventory is off-balance sheet, and the jeweler avoids exposure to the price of gold.

GBI completed its initial lease from Monetary Metals in 2019. Since then Auvere has grown dramatically. Its products have been featured in Vogue, Elle, Cosmopolitan, and Vanity Fair.

"We're pleased to grow with GBI. Our investors are always looking to put more gold to work in a well-run business," commented Keith Weiner, CEO of Monetary Metals.

"We couldn't be happier with the growth of the Auvere brand and platform. It's encouraging to have Monetary Metals as our financing partner, because they keep up with our demand," said Marc Scher, President of GBI.

About Monetary Metals

Monetary Metals® is Unlocking the Productivity of Gold™ by offering a Yield on Gold, Paid in Gold® to investors, and Gold Financing, Simplified™ to gold-using businesses (mints, miners, refiners, jewelers, etc.). In addition, the company's market analysis and proprietary charts, including the gold forward rate, are utilized by gold investors and gold-using businesses globally. The company's content is widely syndicated on gold, alternative investing, and mainstream sites. Learn more at: https://monetary-metals.com/.

About Gold Bullion International

Gold Bullion International™ is one of the most trusted names in the precious metals industry, servicing institutional and retail clients around the world. GBI offers a wide variety of bullion products and technology services in addition to proudly offering Auvere, a line of 24k gold jewelry. Learn more at: https://bullioninternational.com/.

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GIA and AGS Award 2nd Annual Beatrice Shipley Scholarship to Ohio Jeweler

LAS VEGAS, Nev. -- The second annual Beatrice Shipley Scholarship - created by the Gemological Institute of America (GIA) and the American Gem Society (AGS) in 2019 - was awarded to Rachel Burazer, a sales associate and custom designer at Argo & Lehne Jewelers, an AGS member store in Columbus, Ohio.

The scholarship will cover complete tuition for the GIA Graduate Gemologist on-campus or distance program in Carlsbad, California, along with the costs of the AGS Way Course and entry to the 2021 AGS Conclave event in Dallas, Texas, September 12-14.

AGS and GIA jointly established the Beatrice Shipley Scholarship, which was announced by Susan Jacques, GIA president and chief executive officer, at the 2019 Conclave. AGS administered the application process and awarded the scholarship.

"AGS would like to thank GIA for their ongoing commitment to AGS and for partnering on this scholarship. Beatrice Shipley, along with her husband, changed the course of the jewelry industry," said Katherine Bodoh, CEO of the American Gem Society and AGS Laboratories. "We are so pleased to award Rachel with this scholarship. She is passionate about the jewelry industry, bettering herself, and serving her customers. I know this opportunity will propel her career forward."

"Beatrice Shipley was a trailblazing businesswoman who believed in and helped establish GIA and AGS and our shared mission to protect consumers. At the core of this mission is educating the next generation of jewelers, and we are honored to do this together with AGS, our sibling organization," said Susan Jacques, GIA president and CEO. "Congratulations to Rachel Burazer! I look forward to her continued success as a GIA alumni and member of AGS."

"Earning this award demonstrates that patience, determination, and loving what you do can get you anywhere in life," said Ms. Burazer. "I am so grateful to have this help to advance in my career and invest in my future. What an honor it is to represent my company and Beatrice Shipley! Thank you."

Born in Northeast Ohio, Rachel moved to Chicago, where she obtained her Bachelor's Degree in Fashion Design. After working in the food and beverage industry and at Bloomingdale's, Rachel realized that she needed to combine her hospitality experience with a more refined retail environment. She first worked at an AGS member store, Steve Quick Jeweler, where she was given the knowledge and trust to accelerate on her own. With that experience and success, the transition to Argo & Lehne was smooth. Currently, Rachel acts as a mentor to her colleagues, a liaison with many vendors, and an employee trusted by the customers.

Both GIA and AGS were founded in the 1930s when Robert and Beatrice Shipley cashed in their savings to create two organizations with the goal of educating jewelers, professionalizing the industry, and creating a guild for these jewelers to join.

About the American Gem Society

The American Gem Society (AGS), founded in 1934 by Robert M. Shipley, is a nonprofit trade association dedicated to promoting a high standard of ethics, continuous education, and consumer protection within the jewelry industry. AGS awards credentials for its members, who are held to the highest ethical and professional standards in the industry and must pass annual recertification examinations to maintain their titles.

About GIA

An independent nonprofit organization, GIA (Gemological Institute of America), established in 1931, is recognized as the world's foremost authority in gemology. GIA invented the famous 4Cs of Color, Clarity, Cut and Carat Weight in the early 1950s and in 1953, created the International Diamond Grading System™ which, today, is recognized by virtually every professional jeweler in the world.

Through research, education, gemological laboratory services, and instrument development, the Institute is dedicated to ensuring the public trust in gems and jewelry by upholding the highest standards of integrity, academics, science, and professionalism.

Website: https://www.americangemsociety.org/

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GIA Sponsors Conclave Education and More

LAS VEGAS, Nev. -- The American Gem Society (AGS) is pleased to announce that the Gemological Institute of America (GIA) is the official Education Sponsor for Conclave 2021. Additionally, GIA is sponsoring ten hands-on sessions and the Early Bird Registration, which ended on July 15. GIA is also graciously returning as the exclusive sponsor for the annual Robert M. Shipley Award® Luncheon at Conclave.

GIA has been an active contributor to Conclave since the first Conclave in 1937. In recent years, GIA has increased their financial contribution to allow AGS to enhance its educational offerings to members in addition to their lab classes, which are a cornerstone of Conclave. GIA also traditionally sponsors the Robert M. Shipley Award Luncheon, named in honor of Robert M. Shipley, the co-founder of GIA and AGS.

"We are so grateful to GIA for their generosity and support," said Katherine Bodoh, RJ, CEO of AGS and AGS Laboratories. "Because of their sponsorships, dedication of educational resources, and commitment to both AGS members and the industry, our community can look forward to a robust series of classes that will enrich their professional lives."

"Conclave is one of the most important industry events of the year, and we are so pleased to continue our long-standing partnership with AGS, truly our sister organization," said Susan Jacques, GIA president and CEO. "Education and continued professional development are pillars of our shared consumer protection mission."

Shipley established GIA in 1931 as an education and research facility dedicated to the study of gems. He founded AGS in 1934 as a professional guild of knowledgeable jewelers. Today, both organizations share a related mission of consumer protection, ethics, and education.

To learn more about GIA, visit http://www.gia.edu/. To learn more about AGS and Conclave, visit http://www.ags.org/Conclave or contact experience@ags.org.

About the American Gem Society

The American Gem Society, founded in 1934 by Robert M. Shipley, is a nonprofit trade association dedicated to promoting a high standard of ethics, continuous education, and consumer protection within the jewelry industry. The American Gem Society awards credentials for its members, who are held to the highest ethical and professional standards in the industry and must pass annual recertification examinations to maintain their titles. Less than one in twenty jewelers in the country have chosen to meet the exacting standards necessary for membership.

Website: https://www.americangemsociety.org/

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Cicada Brood X Captured in Copper as Jewelry and Art

NORTH BETHESDA, Md. -- Maryland-based Nature's Creations artists are freezing moments from nature that occur once every 17 years by covering the shell casings and the remains of full formed brood X cicadas in copper. These fascinating detailed treasures are all one-of-a kind since the actual cicada specimens are still intact inside.

"We look for the most interesting cicadas that have run their cycle of life and preserve them in our unique electroforming process," says artist Dennis Ray.

These intriguing little guys are available as pins and necklaces along with other natural items at: https://www.leafpin.com/.

About Nature's Creations

Nature's Creations - The Ray Family, have been creating natural art for over 40 years. Leaves, blossoms and insects are gathered from all over the world. The process evolved from a High School Science Project in Montgomery County, Maryland. Grape vine leaves from France, Wye Oak leaves from the fallen "Gentle Giant" on the eastern shore of Maryland and leaves from Central Park in New York city are all projects they have completed.

They also can create jewelry and art pieces from your leaves, cuttings from a wedding ceremony, leaves off a memorial tree or a family farm or winery. All captured as forever keepsakes. Imagine what can be captured for you!

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Estate Diamond Jewelry launches a comprehensive article on 85 marriage proposal ideas

NEW YORK, N.Y. -- Estate Diamond Jewelry, a leading vintage jewelry company, today announced the launch of its marriage proposal article.

Unlike other similar online articles, which are far less comprehensive and are written by writers outside of the marriage industry, this mega-article was penned by the leading voices within the engagement ring industry.

"Our goal as a company is to make the marriage proposal process as streamlined as possible," said Afshin Shaddaie, Co-founder of Estate Diamond Jewelry. "We've been blessed to have a front-row seat to 1000s of engagement proposals. We believe that we have a responsibility to share our knowledge and expertise with the world."

Another unique feature of the 8,000+ word article, its creative breakdown of hardness scale and the price for each proposal idea. Before reading each item, the reader can assess if the proposal is even attainable for them or too tough for them to carry through.

More information: https://www.estatediamondjewelry.com/marriage-proposal-ideas/.

About Estate Diamond Jewelry:

Based in Manhattan, New York, Estate Diamond Jewelry has been the forerunning company in the vintage jewelry industry. Founded in 1981 by Michael Khordipour and Afshin Shaddaie, EDJ has since moved to 5th Avenue in Midtown and opened a stunning showroom overlooking Rockefeller Center.

In addition to curating one of the rarest collections of vintage engagement rings in the world, Estate Diamond Jewelry has also generated attention for its educational blog. The articles in the blog have been featured and referenced by Vogue, Washington Post, Buzzfeed, Huffington Post, Money Magazine, and others.

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Zootility Introduces Vaccinated Tags – Simplifying Compliance with New CDC Guidelines

PORTLAND, Maine -- Zootility, a design-driven US manufacturing company, announced the launch of wearable Vaccinated Tags, in response to the U.S. officials easing face mask guidance for COVID-19 vaccinated people.

The bar shaped pendants have a bold, easily readable "Vaccinated" message that allows others to be aware of the individual's vaccination status. The subtle size and minimalist style make it versatile and easy to wear, yet instantly recognizable. The pendants are made from 3mm sheets of stainless steel or solid brass, materials that are easy to care for and are durable.

This distinctive jewelry is laser cut in small batches and demonstrates the attention to detail and uniqueness of the product. Being a made-in-USA product, it supports jobs locally, assures quality, and ensures confidence in timely fulfillment.

"The most recent CDC guidelines lifted the outdoor mask-wearing mandate, both in recognition of the lower risk and to provide an incentive to get shots. With vaccinated people not needing to wear masks outdoors when knowing the vaccination status of others, social interactions in public or with friends, neighbors, coworkers, or classmates may create a lot of questions regarding vaccination status. With global vaccination efforts continuing to be strong, but with many still hesitant, we thought this jewelry would help start, or even avoid, potentially awkward conversations," says Nate Barr, Founder of Zootility.

Visit Zootility's website at http://vaccinatedtag.com/ to order a vaccinated tag or pendant for yourself or gift it to a loved one.

Zootility designs, launches, and manufactures exciting functional everyday products that solve interesting problems, using clever solutions, quality materials, and futuristic technology. For more information on Zootility, please visit http://www.zootility.com/.

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*Caption: Zootility's easily readable "Vaccinated" pendants and tags allow others to be aware of the individual's vaccination status.

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