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Jewellery found by mountain treasure hunter -

A climber who has spent years combing the French Alps for treasure has finally been rewarded for his efforts after discovering a hoard of jewellery.

Swarovski’s Lola and Grace lands in Oz -

A new fashion-focused jewellery collection developed by industry juggernaut Swarovski Group is set to launch at the upcoming Sydney jewellery fair. 

Pandora hits the road, sales up 38 per cent -

Australian and Kiwi jewellery retailers have gained their first glimpse of Pandora’s new season collections through a series of workshops and fashion...

$10,000 treasure chest at Glebe Island -

A treasure chest valued at more than $10,000 will be up for grabs at the Sydney trade fair, while buying groups have revealed their own initiatives for...

International experts to lead Aussie CAD masterclass -

Two leading international CAD developers will be visiting Australia later this month in a bid to help local jewellers improve their CAD software techniques...

JAA Code of Conduct complaints on the rise -

The Jewellers Association of Australia has released its annual Code of Conduct report, showing that there were three times as many complaints handled this...

Swarovski Gems has revealed its highly anticipated jewellery trend forecast for 2015, where the concept of modernity seems to reign supreme.   [read...]
The JAA Australasian Jewellery Awards is the industry’s night of nights, and it only comes around once every two years.   [read...]
A new fashion-focused jewellery collection developed by industry juggernaut Swarovski Group is set to launch at the upcoming Sydney jewellery fair.    [read...]

Musings of an unlicensed publisher -

Why can anyone call themselves a jeweller? Should specific qualifications be required before someone can open a jewellery store? Afterall, you need a license to be an electrician, right? COLEBY NICHOLSON believes he has the answer!

All aboard the jewellery revolution -

The jewellery industry is slowly but surely being changed by CAD/CAM technology and most people would say that’s a good thing.

Selling jewellery takes more than a pretty face -

Selling jewellery these days takes a lot more than a pretty face. In an era where social media reigns supreme, the job of a brand ambassador is far more complex than simply looking good.

Hit targets with a store brand -

Word on the street is that people buy brands, not products. EMILY MOBBS reports that jewellers can achieve cut-through with their store-brands if they tune-in to what consumers want. Subscription required.

Two Minutes with Jimmy & Jeweller: Counter Etiquette Series -

It's easy to forget the importance of basic Counter Etiquette and in this complete three part series, Jimmy discusses how you can win over customers the moment they enter your store. Why not spend the next two minutes with Jimmy to enhance your staff's customer greetings and perfect your winning close?

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Sports watches toe the line -

It’s not surprising that sports watches perform well in the local market given the penchant of Australian consumers for both playing and watching sport, as well as spending time in the great outdoors.

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