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Gemstones
Emerald: the enviable gem

While the word “emerald” didn't make its way into the English language until the 16th century, its derivation dates back to ancient time and the Persian word smaragdus, meaning green. Later, it evolved as esmaraude, émeraude and then esmerald before forming the term used today. Read more »

Tips on Selling
How to handle an objection to increase sales

Sometimes jewellery store staff can hit a brick wall during their sales pitch but there's no need to give in. Speaker, trainer and sales consultant ANITA SIRIANNI offers a different perspective on ways to handle rejection in order to increase sales.
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Little Gems
Diamond discovery is child's play

From the weird to the wonderful, bulletin board is filled with snippets about jewellery from around the world. Read more »
Happy couples may be burdened by the weight of expectations while buying a ring

Bridal & Engagement Trends
Rules of Engagement: The perfect ring

The quest for a perfect ring, that unique symbol of love, is today burdened by the weight of expectation. Let's not get all sentimental. Read more »
Rami Baron

Soapbox & Opinions
Together as one

RAMI BARON, managing director, Australian Jewellers Consortium, steps atop the soapbox to discuss the changes that working as a collective force can bring to better the jewellery industry. Read more »


 


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