In what might be good news for jewellers, the latest research shows that online sales are slowing as customers move back to traditional stores.
A jewellery store in New Zealand has been thrust into the limelight after supplying earrings and a necklace to the Duchess of Cambridge.
Demand for diamonds – both white and coloured – appears to be strong, with Rio Tinto reporting positive results and record participation for its recent...
A number of jewellery records have been set within a matter of weeks, including the sale of a jadeite necklace and the discovery of the world’s largest...
Although BaselWorld 2014 buyer numbers were down, it didn’t seem to phase Australian suppliers, with many reporting that the quality of the event was not...
News that Bevilles Jewellers has entered voluntary administration clearly indicates that the industry continues to feel the strain of a changing retail...
Peekays Findings draws inspiration from a lotus flower.
Julie Sandlau is in its prime.
Agatha Paris runs with Scottie.
Buddha to Buddha embraces time.
South Sea Pearls and Jewellery introduces a cocktail ring.
A jewellery store in New Zealand has been thrust into the limelight after supplying earrings and a necklace to the Duchess of Cambridge. [read...]
As more smartwatches and “smart” jewellery items enter the market, a new study has provided insight into the likelihood of wearable technology becoming a viable category within the industry. [read...]
With much of the tech world focused on rumours about an Apple iWatch, Google might have just announced the ultimate game changer, though not for the reasons that most people think. [read...]
Thanks to improved mining and cutting technology as well as the fascination that various celebrities have with coloured diamonds, COLEBY NICHOLSON discovered that many retailers are creating a point of difference using “fancies”.
There’s no denying the retail landscape has altered in the past 10 years, and while consumers have dramatically changed, many retailers have a misconstrued version of what constitutes an engaging customer experience.
If you’re wondering why your search engine rankings are still faltering, Emily Mobbs reports that maybe it’s time you better understood the relationship between Search engine optimisation and social media.
Said to generate more sales than any other social media site, Pinterest is a platform that holds plenty of potential for jewellers. India Nicholson highlights the essential functions that every retailer should know.
White metals have long been objects of desire for the local market as extensive metal options and alloy innovations keep consumers wanting more. Emily Mobbs reports.
Monday, 21 April, 2014 08:25am