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Sharon Stone and de Grisogono founder Fawaz Gruosi at the 20th anniversary party

Second jewellery heist at Cannes

A diamond necklace reportedly worth €2 million (A$2.7 million) is believed to have gone missing during a star-studded party held by jeweller de Grisogono at the Cannes Film Festival. Read more »
The victims were returning to their car after visiting a jewellery store inside the shopping centre

Jewellery suppliers robbed in carpark

Two jewellery suppliers allegedly were robbed last week of jewellery and cash after leaving a retail store in Sydney and heading for their car in an adjacent carpark. Read more »
Rio Tinto Diamonds implements a new online auction system

Rio Tinto adds new diamond-selling system

Rio Tinto Diamonds has launched a sales platform where a portion of its Canadian Diavik production will be offered to parties outside of its usual supply agreements with diamond dealers. Read more »
The study found that global luxury sales would increase by four to five per cent in 2013

Luxury sales to ease, but good news on horizon

Though worldwide sales in luxury goods are expected to ease slightly in the short term, news that the market in 2025 will be five times greater than it was in 1995 may alleviate some concern.  Read more »
Ti Sento's "Jet Set" range

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Ti Sento

Ti Sento takes flight with its “Jet Set” range. Read more »
Story Jewellery's amazonite and blue quartz bracelet

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Story Jewellery

Story Jewellery gets in touch with nature. Read more »
Phantasya's cocktail ring

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Phantasya sparkles with glitz and glam. Read more »
Najo's dual-tone earrings

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Najo exudes its feminine side. Read more »
Dazzling Jewellery's "Indicolite" collection

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Dazzling Jewellery

Dazzling Jewellery strikes again. Read more »
Danish Design men's watches

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Danish Design

Danish Design “goes big” with two sleek watches. Read more »
Andrew Cody is director of The National Opal Collection and Cody Opal (Australia) Pty Ltd

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Opal gets a bad rap at home but definitely not overseas

It’s unfair that opal has a bad name in Australia. It can be attributed to poorly made jewellery, paper thin doublets that would easily chip, and tacky souvenirs created for the tourist market, harking back to the 80s. Read more »
Georgini's Bridal collection

Bridal & Engagement Trends
Beyond the bride and groom

Engagement and wedding rings will always rule the bridal category, but there’s another crop of jewellery items vying for attention. Emily Mobbs reports. Read more »


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