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De Beers' first synthetic diamond brand, Lightbox Jewelry will launch later this year

Local jewellers respond to De Beers’ synthetic diamonds

Australian retailers and gemmologists have weighed in on De Beers’ first synthetic diamond collection.
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Sydney's Darling Habour will be home to this year's jewellery fair

Jewellery Fair adapts as industry evolves

The International Jewellery Fair (IJF) is poised to change with the times to cater to the evolving industry. Read more »

New Zealand retail a step ahead

New Zealand retailers have achieved outstanding results, according to a recent study.
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Some retail techniques fail to impress

Online mega-retailers are dominating the market yet traditional retailers remain slow to learn from them. GRAHAM JONES discusses how traditional retail techniques are failing to impress customers. Read more »
The Hong Kong Watch and Clock Fair will be housed in the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre in September

All roads lead to Hong Kong - the hub of timepieces

More than 830 exhibitors from 20 countries, including newcomers South Africa and Poland, will participate in the Hong Kong Watch and Clock Fair this September. Read more »

Pandora: The beginning of the end

Pandora Australia recently announced its latest round of account closures as it seeks to reduce its retail distribution. The company sent emails to the affected independent stockists in the second week of June and then immediately attempted to allay the fears of its remaining stockists. Read more »
Jewellery owned by Marie Antoinette is set to hit the auction block later this year. Image courtesy: Sotheby's

Let them eat pearls - royal jewellery for sale

Jewellery once owned by the famous Queen of France, Marie Antoinette, will be up for auction through Sotheby’s in November. Read more »
A new report has a positive outlook on the gold industry over the next 30 years

Gold future looking bright

Increased consumer demand by Asian giants and greater ethical responsibilities of the gold mining sector will brighten the industry over the next few decades, according to analysts. Read more »
Michael Hill is focusing solely on its namesake, after announcing it would close its remaining Emma & Roe stores

Michael Hill closes remaining Emma & Roe stores

Following its decision in March to close 30 Emma & Roe stores, Michael Hill International (MHI) announced last week it will close the brand’s six remaining stores in July. Read more »
Another armed robbery has occurred at a Michael Hill store. Image courtesy: <a href="" target="_blank">9 News</a>

Michael Hill robbed again, no arrests made

Armed robbers made off with an unknown quantity of jewellery from a Melbourne Michael Hill store in early June. Read more »
Pandora will be closing as many as 100 of its wholesale accounts

Pandora Australia closes more accounts

Pandora has announced it will cease distribution of its products in a number of Australian retail stores in favour of its increased concept store sector. Read more »
Andy Lowrie Art Jewellery will be exhibited in a Rome gallery this month

Local jeweller selected to exhibit in Rome

A jewellery designer originally from Queensland has been invited to unveil his latest collection at a Rome gallery. Read more »


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