Jewelry Regaining Its Luster?
Loretta Ramundo just can't seem to jam enough baubles into her jewelry case. The Chestnut Ridge, N.Y., resident figures she and her husband spend more than $1,000 a year on jewelry. The recession hasn't changed that. Ramundo says she has cut back on some purchases but has stuck to the same budget for jewelry. "To me, jewelry seems like a nonperishable item," she said. "It's something forever." The nation's jewelers could use more customers like
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