The record-breaking auction sale of the “Pink Star”, believed to be the largest known fancy pink diamond, has fallen through after its buyer defaulted...
Last year recorded the largest volume increase in jewellery demand for 16 years, according to a report released by the World Gold Council.
Following the recent ruling against Zamel’s for misleading consumers, a major jewellery chain in the United Kingdom has reportedly used legal loopholes...
As more smartwatches and “smart” jewellery items enter the market, a new study has provided insight into the likelihood of wearable technology becoming...
Scientists have confirmed that a tiny zircon gemstone discovered on a remote rock outcrop in Australia is the oldest known material of any kind formed...
Contrary to previous suspicions, a rare pink diamond stolen from a
Cairns jewellery store was not swallowed by the alleged thief, and is
yet to be...
Pastiche hovers with the Hummingbird range.
Kagi shimmers on two sides.
Nikki Lissoni prepares for change.
Gerrim International is inspired by royalty.
Disney Couture extends its range (and nose).
Scientists have confirmed that a tiny zircon gemstone discovered on a remote rock outcrop in Australia is the oldest known material of any kind formed on Earth. [read...]
“Unexpected” and “unconventional” are words that have been used to
describe Pantone’s 2014 autumn colour palette – an assortment of shades
expected to inspire jewellery and fashion trends for the upcoming
A 12-carat square-cut diamond and an appearance by the Australian
Diamonds netball team captain added sparkle to the launch of De Beers
Group’s Forevermark brand. [read...]
After a tumultuous couple of years, the JAA is undergoing change but COLEBY NICHOLSON believes there needs to be a complete review of the CEO position and the office.
The personalised jewellery category has cemented itself within the industry, but as Emily Mobbs finds, conflicting views exist regarding what jewellery items should be included in this group.
Running any form of retail business these days is tough, and it can be made all the more difficult by government legislation. COLEBY NICHOLSON asks; is the ACCC unfairly targeting jewellery retailers?
The Christmas trading period is over and you should have plenty of cash around but this might not be the right time to knock down some of that bank loan or start those store renovations.
The buying power of women has never been stronger but exactly what do women want? Emily Mobbs uncovers the sales and marketing secrets that lure female customers.
Do current diamond grading certificates mislead consumers by not accurately reflecting the quality and beauty of each stone? Jeff Salton investigates if it’s time the industry developed a better grading system.
Monday, 10 March, 2014 12:21am