The founder of Danish brand Endless Jewelry has suddenly left the company less than three years after its global launch.
A group of synthetic diamond companies have formed an international association to “correctly” represent and promote the sector and deal with...
Local celebrities and media have gained a glimpse of the new season Thomas Sabo collections, which indicate the brand’s continued expansion into...
With Valentine’s Day less than one week away, many jewellers are ramping up marketing and promoting special offers to leverage the sales opportunities...
The Queensland Boulder Opal Association has refreshed the format of its annual opal jewellery design awards for the program’s 10-year anniversary....
A further six people have been arrested for making unauthorised changes to more than 1,000 GIA diamond grading reports.
Pink Kimberley blooms and sparkles.
Pastiche creates serendipity.
Australian Chocolate Diamonds spreads the love.
Najo is elegant in black.
Bausele Australia flies high.
Blue Turtles swirls with joy.
From customising a pair of Nike trainers to printing a name on a Nutella jar, just about anything can be given a personal touch. EMILY MOBBS explores why consumers crave personalisation and how businesses are adapting. [read...]
Customers come in all shapes and sizes. According to FRANCESCA NICASIO, staff who can identify the different types will have a greater chance at sales success. [read...]
With the New Year underway, COLEBY NICHOLSON says jewellers should be taking inspiration from Emirates airline, which posed a vital question more than 10 years ago. [read...]
A slew of retail sectors are jumping on the personalisation bandwagon, causing increased pressure for jewellers. Do you know who your newest competitors are and more importantly how to come up trumps?
Australia’s #1 jewellery industry buyer’s guide has hit the streets! The 2016 Suppliers Directory has been mailed and the first thing you will notice is its size – it’s the largest ever at 388 pages!
After a hectic 12 months and as jewellery retailers get set for what is hoped to be a very busy Christmas and New Year trading season, COLEBY NICHOLSON reviews 2015 with his annual list of the industry’s highs and lows.
With the New Year underway, COLEBY NICHOLSON says jewellers should be taking inspiration from Emirates airline, which posed a vital question more than 10 years ago.
Staying competitive in the bridal market is no easy feat. EMILY MOBBS reveals the latest trends and sales tools expected to help those up for the (rewarding) challenge.
The latest edition of Swarovski Gemstones’ annual forecast of design trends has been released. Gem Visions is an attempt to look into a crystal ball and predict the hottest styles for jewellery lovers, designers and retailers.
Sunday, 14 February, 2016 08:16am