The winners of the Pastiche “Make an Impression” Mother’s Day visual merchandising competition have been announced, with the company claiming the promotion...
The recent theft at Tiffany & Co’s flagship store in New York of two diamond necklaces valued at almost US$100,000 (A$104,000) is a reminder that not...
The final payments from the De Beers class action settlement should be made in the coming weeks, with the case – beginning more than 10 years ago – expected...
In further developments in the smartwatch arena, Sony has announced an update to its SmartWatch where people will be able to legally hack into the device....
Jewellery brand Thomas Sabo will donate $5 from every Pink Ribbon charm purchase to Cancer Council Australia to support people affected by breast cancer....
Retailers should move away from promoting diamond sales by the use of the four Cs because it can often end in debates about price. Industry experts now...
Georgini heads into winter.
Amelleé gets the blues … in a good way.
Innerpower charms with its versatility.
Crystalp exudes elegance.
Trollbeads gives us a taste of summer.
Myriad bestows on us this stunning ring.
In further developments in the smartwatch arena, Sony has announced an update to its SmartWatch where people will be able to legally hack into the device. [read...]
Most jewellers are aware that about 95 per cent of the world’s opals are produced (mined) in Australia’s Red Centre. But scientists now believe they might also exist on the Red Planet – Mars. [read...]
Leading Australian pearl brands have capitalised on the gem’s natural beauty through powerful advertising campaigns. Models best move aside, because the pearl is taking spotlight. [read...]
Following much speculation, Apple CEO Tim Cook has spoken out about wearable computing and has left industry experts convinced that an Apple smartwatch is in the pipeline.
Life was easy when there were three distinct markets; the high and low ends and, of course, the middle market. Everyone knew how they fitted, but COLEBY NICHOLSON believes there are now only two types of consumers.
China plans to cut drastically import duties on Swiss-made watches by 60 per cent over the next decade as part of a new free-trade agreement with Switzerland.
Is the middle being squeezed tighter and tighter into a distinctive hourglass shape of high-end and low-end markets? If so, what are the ramifications for middle market jewellery retailers?
A worldwide hunt has begun to discover the origins of a Celtic-styled gold cross that was found in swamplands in the Florida Everglades by a python hunter.
Thursday, 20 June, 2013 07:57pm