Details on the high-profile, Hollywood-style Hatton Garden jewellery heist continue to emerge, with police having now released CCTV images of some of the...
In an unusual ‘smash and grab’ case, brazen thieves have used cars to break into the premises of two jewellery stores located in shopping centres....
The GIA has confirmed there has been a rise in the number of undisclosed synthetic diamonds being detected in diamond parcels.
A rare gemstone, said to be the largest natural yellow sapphire to ever be offered at auction in Australia, will go under the hammer next month.
De Beers Group has commenced a new sightholder contract period and an updated sales model for its rough diamond distribution.
Nationwide Jewellers has again broken a sales record for its buying day held in conjunction with the group’s annual conference.
Pastiche has a surprise for Mother’s Day.
Peter W Beck crosses over to the dark side.
Tresor Paris offers an alluring new release.
Allure South Sea Pearls is running circles.
Gregio Watches plays with colour.
Contrary to popular belief, diamonds aren't ‘every’ girl’s best friend – so it’s just as well there’s an endless array of unconventional engagement rings for the bride-to-be looking for something different. [read...]
How much is something worth? That’s a good question and an even better one when it comes to jewellery. It’s often hotly debated in the jewellery industry where many myths still exist. [read...]
In what is believed to be its first major move since going public, Australian fashion jewellery chain Lovisa has confirmed a new deal that will significantly increase the company’s international presence. [read...]
Do you really know what your customers want? Recent studies show there is huge ‘disconnect’ between what customers want and what retailers think customers want. Are you losing sales as a result?
With the imminent release of the Apple Watch, COLEBY NICHOLSON reviews the ramifications of Swatch Group’s loss to Costco over copyright infringement in the US courts.
Who needs social media, right? What a headache. RON JOHNSON discusses innovative ways in which retailers can rid themselves of social media forever.
Jewellery valuations can benefit jewellers and consumers alike; however, there’s still misunderstanding in the industry. MEGAN AUSTIN separates some common valuation myths from reality.
Every retailer has staff who exhibit in-store behaviour that stifles sales, often without anyone knowing it. Bob Phibbs examines seven toxic habits that hamper.
Over recent years coloured diamonds have become increasingly popular. They are not new with some of the most famous diamonds being colored – The Tiffany (yellow) and The Hope (blue) to name just two. Garry Holloway provides an insight into coloured diamonds.
Saturday, 18 April, 2015 11:10pm