“I sleep in like three or four chains,” says the rapper, whose favorite is a diamond tennis necklace from Avianne Jewelers.
Burglars breached two safes at a jeweler’s office on West 36th Street in Manhattan. How they did it raises important questions for investigators and the safe industry.
Signet has reorganized, so it no longer has a Sterling or Zale division, and all its stores and brands are now grouped under one umbrella.
“One team—Signet Jewelers—[will manage] all store brands and channels,” says spokesperson David Bouffard. “There is no longer a divisional alignment.”
When asked if it will continue to use Sterling Jewelers, the traditional name of its U.S. division, Bouffard said that Sterling “exists as a legal entity. However, from a people perspective, we are one team, Signet Jewelers.” He declined to elaborate.
Buying an engagement ring on Groupon may not be the height of romance—though it may be hard for grooms to turn down the group-deal company’s offer of a princess-cut ring at a purported $ 10,000 discount.
The Chicago-based e-tailer recently rolled out a Wedding Shop featuring jewelry and engagement rings.