Pandora Australia has continued its run of positive results, with revenue for the first quarter of 2015 marking two uninterrupted years of significant...
The diamond industry has taken swift action in an attempt to address suspicions that hundreds of undisclosed treated stones have hit the global market....
The announcement last week that industry magazine Jewellery World was merging with Jewellers Trade will probably raise a number of questions in the trade,...
Australian opal is currently at the centre of a debate as to whether it should receive international recognition as a heritage stone.
De Beers Group has purchased a stake in a company that potentially offers improved cutting technology to the diamond industry.
Cannes – the French city renowned for hosting the international film festival – has again been targeted by jewellery thieves who this time...
Nikki Lissoni unleashes the Woman Within.
Opals Australia launches a striking collection.
Pastiche visits Shanghai.
Ikecho Pearls tries something new.
Moorejewels sends a greeting.
Bulova introduces the Accutron II Alpha.
A Swiss luxury watchmaker has unveiled further details on its smartwatch, which it hopes will rival the Apple Watch. [read...]
Cannes – the French city renowned for hosting the international film festival – has again been targeted by jewellery thieves who this time have stolen millions of dollars in jewellery and watches from a high-end retailer. [read...]
Another large rough diamond – this time weighing 76 carats – has been discovered by one of the industry’s major diamond producers. [read...]
The decision to put prices on your website is a strategic one. KARYN GREENSTREET says on the one hand, it can leave retailers feeling vulnerable but, on the other hand, pricing can provide invaluable information to prospective customers.
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.
I got the best example of how different generations think a few years ago when one of my Gen Y staff members told me someone didn’t exist because he “couldn’t find them on Google”.
The internet is now decades old but there are still jewellery retailers that don’t quite get it. Perhaps it’s time for a review of website fundamentals. AMANDA CLARK reports.
While not as popular in Australia and New Zealand as the US, the sales staff “buddy system” could be a way to engage with customers on a higher and more personalised level.
Many of the world’s most famous diamonds have been lost to history; they were either re-cut as is the case with the most famous diamond of all, the Koh-I-Noor, or their whereabouts is unknown.
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