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In a series of emails following recent reporting the JAA says that its six-year-old dispute with Expertise Events "is dead and buried”.

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“It’s dead and buried”, JAA closes chapter on industry dispute

Jewellers Association of Australia (JAA) president Joshua Sharp has made the first move in what may be seen as a step towards unifying the industry. Read more »
Ronnie Bauer, vice-president of the JAA issued an apology: “I acknowledge that between 2016 and 2019 I was not on the [JAA] board and as such I was not privy to any negotiations that were conducted by the JAA and Expertise Events".

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JAA vice president retracts comments and apologises

In a surprising turn of events Jewellers Association of Australia (JAA) vice president Ronnie Bauer has retracted recent statements made about Expertise Events. Read more »
Expertise Events attempted to offer an olive branch to the Jewellers Association of Australia, but the meeting was rejected and yet the JAA claims it “only promotes harmony between each other” and “always welcomes discussions with other industry bodies”.

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Preaching unity while setting fire to the olive branch

In light of the sudden departure of the JAA president and subsequent admissions by the newly appointed vice-president, ANGELA HAN asks some difficult questions ahead of the JAA's upcoming annual general meeting. Read more »

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When the window of opportunity opens, don’t pull down the shade

The conflict between Russia and Ukraine has handed the lab-grown diamond industry a unique opportunity. ANGELA HAN says making the most of these once-in-a-lifetime chances is how history is made. Read more »

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Veritas odit moras – truth hates delay

‘Corporate transparency’ – world-changing initiative or another buzzword being bandied around? ANGELA HAN digs a little deeper into what these words really mean. Read more »

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Leaving the pandemic blues in the dust

As the industry bounces back from the ravages of COVID-19, there have been many ‘positives’ over the past two years. ANGELA HAN says the sentiment should remain optimistic for the upcoming Sydney trade fair. Read more »
The term ‘responsibly-sourced’ forms a significant part of Gemfield's marketing, and it’s important to reiterate here that the Gemfields Group is not a member of the RJC. Image: Gemfields

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Gemfields, Fabergé and the Responsible Jewellery Council

It’s no secret that the Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC) has faced a barrage of criticism since the beginning of the Russia-Ukraine war. Read more »
This Omega x Swatch collaboration may prove to be a spark that starts a fire amidst the resurging popularity of traditional watches. Only time will tell. One thing is for sure: more collaborations between watch brands will most likely continue following the success of this recent event.

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Making sense of the Omega x Swatch chaos

Two iconic watch brands, one low price – the MoonSwatch was destined to be an astronomical collaboration. While Swatch has stressed that this wasn’t a limited edition release, it wasn’t enough to prevent crowd chaos at launches across the globe. ANGELA HAN explores what this says about consumers today and what it means for the watch industry. Read more »
Times have changed – this is a far cry from potatoes and tighter belts! We saw retail trading figures being buoyed by luxury consumption throughout the pandemic. The watch and jewellery sector evidently experienced momentous growth.

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Predictably unpredictable: the state of supply in 2022

The past two years of the global pandemic revealed some interesting trends, but one stands out: lockdowns, restrictions and overall sense of impending doom did not curb consumption. ANGELA HAN explores some of the anticipated changes to the supply chain in this brave new world. Read more »
The wise and percipient know from past experience that economic instability and the challenges therein can lead to new opportunities. Instead, these events can simultaneously expose existing weaknesses and strengthen the position of a business.

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Retail is dead. Long live retail!

For more than a decade, people have been predicting the end of physical stores as choice and convenience lured customers away from the streets and into the cloud. But one thing is certain, and as demonstrated by the past two years, nothing is as ever as it first seems. ANGELA HAN explores what the future holds for retail. Read more »
Image courtesy: Peter W Beck

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Laughter and legacy: a tribute to Peter W Beck

Australia lost a luminary of the jewellery industry on 6 December when Peter Beck passed away. While the word ‘legend’ is bandied around all too often these days, in Peter’s case it is more than fitting.  Read more »
The new trade show in March 2022 will be supported by all four buying groups.

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New jewellery fair garners buying group support for New Year 'kick-off'

Following last week’s announcement of ‘Australian Jewellery Fair 2022 Kickstart’, a new trade show to ‘reboot’ the industry following two years of turmoil due COVID-19 restrictions, Australia’s four buying groups have thrown their support behind the Sydney show. Read more »
Named <i>Once in a Blue Moon</i> this Tender collection consists of 41 lots of carefully curated Argyle blue and violet diamonds. Just recently it was won by fancy coloured diamond specialist, Kunming Diamonds.

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Kunming Diamonds breaks records with final Argyle tender

Rio Tinto’s recent and final diamond tender included 'Once in a blue moon', a rare collection of blue and violet diamonds that were won by Kumning Diamonds, a Hong Kong-based specialist colored diamond supplier. Read more »

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DeBeers' lab-created diamonds: direct to consumers – it was always going to happen

De Beers recently announced that it will now sell loose lab-created diamonds direct to consumers. ANGELA HAN explores further challenges that lie ahead for both retailers and suppliers. Read more »
A portrait shot of the publisher's ex-runt first hoya compacta flower that bloomed two years earlier than usual since it was nursed from root rot.

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One part water, one part soil and sharp scissors

Recognising root rot is the first step towards saving a plant or tree, and just like gardening, a ‘dying’ business can often be saved by a repot and a solid prune. ANGELA HAN shares her experiences. Read more »

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