The founder of Danish brand Endless Jewelry has suddenly left the company less than three years after its global launch.
A further six people have been arrested for making unauthorised changes to more than 1,000 GIA diamond grading reports.
The diamond industry is set for a year of volatility, according to the chief executive of De Beers Group who has also outlined a number of organisational...
The strength of the US dollar has continued to plague Tiffany & Co, with Asia-Pacific sales reflecting weak global performance over the festive season....
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...
Following a controversial year in the global diamond industry, the head of Rapaport Group has indicated the market is showing signs of recovery but warns...
Sekonda shines boldly with white stone.
Alex and Ani embraces symbolism.
Fabuleux Vous is full of love.
Fendi Timepieces eyes off the wearer.
Red Spice Jewellery rules with sparkle.
Protea Diamonds flashes some art deco.
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...]
Today’s tech-savvy consumers are getting personal help at the click of a mouse. HEATHER MCCRACKEN reports on the new digital tools helping retailers put service into cyberspace. [read...]
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.
What type of jeweller are you? COLEBY NICHOLSON predicts that continuing change in consumer behaviour and the wider market will see two types of jewellery retailer.
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.
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