A final call has been made for jewellers in Australia and New Zealand to register for an internationally recognised valuation and appraisal program.
In a blow for the luxury watch and jewellery industry, a court ruling has declared retail chain Costco can legally sell Swiss watches at a heavily discounted...
A jewellery store has been raided in broad daylight just months after an armed robbery took place at another jewellery store located on the same street....
Competition in the ever-expanding personalised jewellery sector looks set to increase with the release of an innovative ring collection that gives new...
The decision to remove a cap on Switzerland’s local currency has resulted in backlash from a number of Swiss watch and jewellery companies, with...
Australia and New Zealand’s largest jewellery buying group is currently accepting applications for its apprentice support scheme.
Bolton Gems’ halo earrings work overtime.
Fabuleux Vous turns to France.
Moorejewels sprouts a Tree of Life.
Mark McAskill Jewellery surrounds tanzanite.
Lambretta Watches introduces the Franco Mesh.
Pink Kimberley turns purple.
Competition in the ever-expanding personalised jewellery sector looks set to increase with the release of an innovative ring collection that gives new meaning to the “interchangeable” concept. [read...]
In a sign that the engagement and wedding ring market is starting to evolve, jewellery brand Tiffany & Co has unveiled a new advertising campaign that features a same-sex couple. [read...]
The fate of the once-popular Diva jewellery chain may have finally come to light with a seemingly related business being placed in liquidation. [read...]
After another “interesting” year in the Australian and New Zealand jewellery industries, COLEBY NICHOLSON reviews the past 12 months with his annual list of highs and lows.
It’s hard to not get caught up in doom and gloom, especially in an era of rapid change and business disruption, however, COLEBY NICHOLSON believes the jewellery industry should rejoice the past.
It was a tough “gig”; select Jeweller’s very best stories from the past decade. No one anticipated how difficult this would be but we got there in the end. Here it is!
The current debate about the use of diamond grading reports is not new. Given that it is not a “science” and involves some degree of subjectivity, there will always be room for disagreement – or at least a difference of opinion – on the grade of a diamond.
Many retailers are losing the plot: by focusing too heavily on retail technology they are missing the point about shopping. According to retail expert BOB PHIBBS, shopping is about discovery, not being discovered.
As the men’s jewellery market heats up, Emily Mobbs asks whether it’s time to re-evaluate the needs of male consumers.
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