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Charlotte Lynggaard

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The Danes are on the march

What is it about Danish design? This small country produces some amazing products. COLEBY NICHOLSON looks at another Danish jewellery range. Read more »
Christina Aguilera for Stephen Webster

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The campaign trial

From the memorable to the downright silly, jewellery marketing has led the world in creativity. GRETEL HUNNERUP investigates the weirdest and most wonderful campaigns. Read more »
Resurgence of the brooch

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The brooch is back

Once left to gather dust in grandma’s jewellery box, brooches are springing their way back into fashion. GRETEL HUNNERUP reports. Read more »
Morellato from Lindsay's

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More men are embracing jewellery

Australian men are thumbing their noses at tradition and embracing jewellery that is both non-essential and handsomely-designed. GRETEL HUNNERUP reports. Read more »
House of Harlow

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Mass appeal

Fashion designers and celebrities are entering the world of accessories. CARLA CARUSO investigates the consumer's appetite for non-traditional players entering the market. Read more »

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Jewellery Goes Eco-Friendly

Ecologically-responsible jewellery is a fresh product in the burgeoning market for nature-friendly goods. GRETEL HUNNERUP reports on “Fair trade” jewellery and other social issues. Read more »
1. Worn edges and corners on a brilliant cut diamond with a scratch across a main facet. Diamonds are not indestructible.

Jewellery Care
Caring for precious gems

Gems can exhibit many different types of damage, including that caused by accident or negligence. With a little knowledge, such damage can often be avoided. PROFESSOR HENRY A. HÄNNI discusses the how and why of gem care. Read more »

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Amazing miniature musical carousel

BIANCA MANGION chats to George Rotenstein the Australian creator of a collection of miniature musical carousels. Embodying all the beauty of an amusement park carousel with intricate detail, colourful lighting, movement and music, each of the horses has a finely-detailed body, designed and created in a variety of materials including sterling silver and 18-carat gold. Read more »

Pearls
The History of Pearls

Pearls are an amazing gem. They have a fascinating history and have been prized and collected for more than 4000 years, giving them the title of the world's oldest gem. Read more »

Jewellery Care
Caring for pearls and pearl jewellery

Pearls are the world's only organic gem and are composed of calcium carbonate. This means special attention is required to ensure pearls will stay beautiful and last a lifetime. Read more »

Pearls
Freshwater Pearls – The Facts

Freshwater pearls are pearls which grow in non-saline environment in freshwater mussels. Read more »

Pearls
Akoya Pearls – The Facts

Akoya pearls are bead-nucleated cultured pearls produced in the Pinctada fucata martensii and Pinctada fucata chemnitzii primarily in Japan, China, Vietnam, South Korea and Australia. Read more »


 


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