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The suspect was described as being aged between 25 and 30 years old, with a medium build

$100,000 diamond rings swiped in jewellery store theft

Police are searching for a man who allegedly stole diamond rings valued at $100,000 from a jewellery store in Perth.  Read more »
Michael Hill has reported a positive financial result once again

Good news for Michael Hill jewellers

Jewellery chain Michael Hill International has reported a revenue increase of 8.7 per cent for the first quarter of the 2013-2014 financial year, achieving strong sales in both Australian and Canadian markets.  Read more »
Expressions of interest to purchase Catene d’Italia close 6 November

Another jewellery supplier closes

Catene d’Italia, a specialist manufacturer and supplier of gold and silver chains, has been placed into receivership.  Read more »

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Show time in India

Although the Indian jewellery industry has taken a few “hits” since the GFC and, more recently, with the rupee plunging to a record low against the US dollar, Coleby Nicholson says it was not evident at the IIJS. Read more »
Jewellers appear to be paying above the odds for their retail rents

Jewellers’ rent battle goes public

The plight of jewellers battling ever-increasing retail rents amidst reduced consumer spending has been highlighted in the mainstream media by two prominent jewellery businesses. Read more »
The ring will stay in the UK following a successful plea for worldwide donations

Pop star loses jewellery battle

A ring once belonging to author Jane Austen and recently purchased by American singer Kelly Clarkson will remain in the UK following a successful bid to keep it in the country. Read more »

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