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Retail Jewelry Industry in the U.S. 2014 Report

In 2013, the American retail jewelry industry enjoyed significant growth while facing renewed challenges to traditional business and marketing models. Growth of fine jewelry and watch sales paralleled modest declines in wholesale and retail jewelry prices, while the arrival of new technologies and important developments in the U.S. retail sector combined to make the past year very eventful for retail jewelers. Total fine jewelry and watch sales in the U.S. grew to $80.1 billion in 2013, an increase of 12.35% over total 2012 revenues ($71.3 billion). Of the total, jewelry sales increased 6.7% over 2012 to reach $70.65 billion, while revenue from watch sales grew by 7.6% to reach $9.46 billion. 

Nathan Munn | Polygon.net

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Retail Jewelry Industry in the U.S. 2014 Report

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