Showcase Jewellers has announced it is “switching gears” in response to the evolving market by placing a greater focus on diamonds and fine...
Attendees at the upcoming Sydney jewellery fair will have the opportunity to learn from an international jewellery manufacturing competition winner –...
Pandora Australia’s pioneer brand-only store has been refurbished with a fresh look almost a decade after its doors opened.
Facts and figures about the jewellery sector are often thrown around all too flippantly. COLEBY NICHOLSON discusses how being skeptical actually led him...
An Australian mine believed to produce about half of the world’s fancy yellow diamonds has suspended operations.
New Zealand jewellery brand Kagi has introduced a limited edition collection in support of a cancer charity.
Cudworth Enterprises proves to be top gun.
Endless Jewelry introduces a star-studded collection.
Lost River Diamonds warms the heart.
Pastiche takes on Manhattan.
Allure South Sea Pearls brings gold intensity.
Gregio Jewellery keeps a watchful eye.
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. [read...]
Researchers have determined that a rare, almost perfectly round pearl discovered in Australia grew naturally about 2,000 years ago. [read...]
Archaeologists have discovered an ancient solid gold necklace around the neck of a more than 2,500-year-old royal corpse. [read...]
The key to success for any business is the right staff; however, difficult trading conditions could call for an employee review. Instead of trying to motivate people, the key is to inspire the motivated and remove the unmotivated.
The psychology of choice is an important factor when designing a website. GRAHAM JONES believes retailers should take cues from the world of online dating – where an abundance of choice can be a disadvantage.
A small jewellery store recently discovered that, according to Google, it had closed. The situation reminds COLEBY NICHOLSON of Monty Python’s ‘Not dead yet’ sketch.
It’s often forgotten that all jewellers were once manufacturers, skilled artisans. These days the jewellery industry is increasingly divided into stores that are simply resellers of someone else’s products and those that can still provide handcrafted pieces.
Traditional retailers can learn much about creating better experiences online by leveraging those provided in their physical stores. EZRA CHASSER discusses the fine art of blending online and offline engagement.
Collectible charm bangles have arrived. STEPHANIE CHAN profiles the latest contender in personalised jewellery and explains why retailers may want this new trend in their corner.
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