After two days of trading, the overall consensus regarding the Sydney jewellery fair has been one of positivity with a number of exhibitors stating they...
Passion8, the well-known diamond brand previously owned by Miller Diamonds, has been acquired by Showcase Jewellers, which could cause a few issues for...
The top design talents of Australia and New Zealand’s jewellery industry were celebrated last night at the 23rd JAA Australasian Jewellery Awards....
Nationwide Jewellers has announced it will be holding its third Diamond Safari, offering members insight into where the diamonds they sell come from.
Warm weather and the smell of fresh flowers is setting in, which means the spring season is fast approaching along with a new wave of jewellery trends....
Tiffany & Co has increased its full-year forecast following a strong six months of trading, said to be supported by continued high demand for its jewellery...
After two days of trading, the overall consensus regarding the Sydney jewellery fair has been one of positivity with a number of exhibitors stating they have experienced “record” sales. [read...]
Warm weather and the smell of fresh flowers is setting in, which means the spring season is fast approaching along with a new wave of jewellery trends. [read...]
Swarovski Gems has revealed its highly anticipated jewellery trend forecast for 2015, where the concept of modernity seems to reign supreme. [read...]
The JAA Australasian Jewellery Awards is the industry’s night of nights, and it only comes around once every two years. [read...]
Retail experts worldwide have advised against approaching a customer with, “May I help you?” So why do jewellery store staff continue with the practice?
Why can anyone call themselves a jeweller? Should specific qualifications be required before someone can open a jewellery store? Afterall, you need a license to be an electrician, right? COLEBY NICHOLSON believes he has the answer!
Brand ambassadors were once chosen for their beauty and popularity but Tennille Secomb discovers that no longer cuts it with today’s consumers. Technology has paved the way for a new kind of flag-bearer altogether.
The jewellery industry is slowly but surely being changed by CAD/CAM technology and most people would say that’s a good thing.
Word on the street is that people buy brands, not products. EMILY MOBBS reports that jewellers can achieve cut-through with their store-brands if they tune-in to what consumers want.
The fantasy genre continues to inspire many creative industries – and jewellery is no exception. India Nicholson explores the realm of design possibilities and how retailers can benefit.
Tuesday, 02 September, 2014 02:14pm