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Tiffany & Co's first quarter results indicated fashion jewellery had a "pleasing" performance. Image courtesy: Tiffany & Co

Tiffany & Co sales steered by fashion jewellery

Tiffany & Co’s first quarter financial report showed a slight increase in global revenue, with the company heralding “pleasing” sales in the fashion jewellery category but not so positive results in other areas. Read more >>
A diamond purchased for £10 is expected to fetch £350,000. Image courtesy: Sotheby's

Car boot diamond to raise £350,000 at auction

A ‘costume’ diamond ring purchased at a car boot sale for £10 (AU$17) has been identified as a 26.29-carat diamond, and is expected to fetch as much as £350,000 (AU$609,000) at a Sotheby’s auction. Read more >>
Starting next month, De Beers Group will auction its own polished diamonds. Image courtesy: De Beers Group

De Beers to auction own polished diamonds

Under a new pilot program, De Beers Group will start selling its polished diamonds through the group’s online auction business. Read more >>

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Future-proofing the diamond sector

The other day I was thinking about why the wine industry is kicking the diamond industry’s butt in terms of a value proposition, and I came up with my answer pretty quickly. Subscription required. Read more >>
Two different coloured earrings have sold for more than US$57 million, setting an auction record. Image courtesy: Sotheby's

‘Most valuable pair of earrings’ fetch record price

A pair of contrasting coloured diamond earrings established a world auction record after selling for more than US$57 million (AU$76 m). Read more >>
Opals Australia’s black opal pendant

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Opals Australia turns heads with a national treasure. Read more >>
Osia International Pacific’s ruby and diamond pendant

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Osia International Pacific leaves a bold mark in red. Read more >>
An analysis is being conducted to determine if jewellers should fall under the government's anti-money laundering scheme

Jewellers may fall under anti-money laundering regime

The Federal Government is consulting members of the jewellery industry in order to assess the potential costs and benefits of an anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing (AML/CTF) regime. Read more >>
The GIA’s new device is capable of testing stones both loose and set in jewellery

GIA releases synthetics detector for diamond jewellery

The Gemological Institute of America (GIA) has introduced a testing device that is capable of separating natural diamonds from suspected synthetics regardless of whether the stone is loose or set in jewellery. Read more >>
Showcase has announced support for the IJF

Showcase pledges support for Expertise Events jewellery fair

Showcase Jewellers has confirmed its support for the 2017 Sydney International Jewellery Fair (IJF) run by Expertise Events. Read more >>
Security undoubtedly prevented a daylight robbery from taking place at a Holloway Diamonds store in Melbourne. Image courtesy: <em>Herald Sun</em>

Holloway Diamonds thwarts armed robbery with tight security

Security measures implemented at Holloway Diamonds in Brighton, Melbourne have undoubtedly prevented a daylight robbery from taking place, the third time armed thieves have targeted the business this year. Read more >>
The Pink Star, a 59.6-carat oval-cut pink diamond, fetched a record-breaking US$71.2 million at auction. Image courtesy: Sotheby's

Pink diamond reclaims auction record

The 59.60-carat Pink Star diamond has once again set a world record for the highest price paid at auction for a diamond or piece of jewellery. Read more >>

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