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Warwick jewelry distributor introduces e-commerce website

WARWICK – Jewelry importer and distributor John F. Allen & Son Inc., which has its headquarters and a 22,000-square-foot warehouse in Warwick, recently launched...

Luca + Danni rides hand-crafted jewelry to rebuild family legacy

Fastest Growing Companies | $5M-$25M | 2nd place CEO (or equivalent): Fred Magnanimi, founder and CEO 2017 Revenue: $7,345,245 2015 Revenue: $2,183,637 Revenue growth: 236.4%Every day when the...
Before founding Luca + Danni and continuing a long family legacy in the jewelry business, Fred Magnanimi spent 12 years working in the finance industry, including as a partner in a hedge fund and head of a business development group for Citigroup. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Tragedy can produce your finest moments – embrace them

Fred Magnanimi | Luca + Danni founder and CEOGrowing up, my father was always my hero.He was a successful entrepreneur, a dedicated family man...
TIFFANY & CO. reported a $142 million profit in the first quarter on a $1 billion revenue. The company's board also approved a $1 billion share repurchase program. / BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/PATRICK T. FALLON

Tiffany catapults to all-time high as sales blow away estimates

NEW YORK - Tiffany & Co.’s revamp is starting to pay off handsomely.Investors cheered Wednesday as the jeweler posted strong sales growth, raised its...

Alex and Ani raises $1M for American Cancer Society through jewelry...

CRANSTON - Alex and Ani LLC has raised more than $1 million in donations to date for the American Cancer Society through its “Charity...
TIFFANY & CO. saw net income for fiscal 2018 fall in large measure due to the effects of the recent federal tax overhaul, although same-store sales across the globe were flat on a constant-exchange rate basis. / BLOOMBERG NEWS PHOTO/SARAH BLESENER

Tiffany declines after doldrums persist in most of the world

NEW YORK – Tiffany & Co. is still trying to regain its luster.The key metric of same-store sales at the 181-year-old jeweler missed analysts’...
JEWELRY DESTINATION: Hannah Garrison, owner, Wear Your Music LLC, talks with her husband, Christopher Garrison. Hannah moved to Providence from New York about 10 years ago in search of people with the skills to complete and package her jewelry designs. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Drawn by infrastructure and history, artisans fashioning new chapter for Rhody...

Hannah Garrison, a jeweler, moved to Providence about 10 years ago, looking for skilled labor to help her business produce a line that she...
RECYCLED STRINGS: Hannah Garrison incorporated Wear Your Music LLC in Rhode Island six years ago. She makes bracelets from used guitar strings from famous musicians and donates the profits to a charity of the artist’s choosing. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Bracelets that sing

Hannah Garrison has a business that involves calling up world-famous musicians and asking them to send her their trash. She wants their musical waste,...
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