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Fantasy-cut gemstones

For those who like to set themselves apart and break with tradition, fantasy cuts offer a fun twist on the usual shapes. FGAA GAA federal secretary KATHERINE KOVACS reports. Read more »
Images courtesy of Terry Coldham

Cat's eyes and star gems

Cat’s eye and star gems are prime examples of how inclusions can be an asset in coloured gems rather than a liability, explains the GAA’s KATHERINE KOVACS. Read more »
Mark Watson, former general manager, Swatch Australia

Swatch wins court battle with ex-manager

Mark Watson’s claim of wrongful dismissal against Swatch Group Australia has been rejected by the County Court.  Read more »
Luvlets tween collection

Luvlets launch to test community marketing

Paterson Fine Jewellery has devised an innovative multi-media, community marketing campaign for the launch of its Luvlets tween jewellery range later this year. Read more »
Emily Snadden's award-winning piece, Precious Limb Bangle

Tasmanian designer wins top jewellery award

Marie Claire editor Jackie Frank said she was “blown away” by the standard of entries at the JAA Australian Jewellery Awards, held on Monday night during the International Jewellery Fair in Sydney. Read more »
Janice Talcott

Life after beads for jewellery retailers

Retailers have been urged to pursue more “significant” jewellery sales in readiness for a slowdown in the bead trend.

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Terry Coldham

Terry Coldham exits gem business

Industry veteran and president of the Gemmological Association of Australia Terry Coldham has sold his wholesale gem business. 

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Sydney jewellery fair exceeds expectations

The promise of a barnstorming trade fair was delivered as queues snaked out the door on the opening day of this year’s International Jewellery Fair in Sydney. Read more »

Police foiled Indian jewellery show robbery

Four suspects have been detained in relation to the $1.45 million theft of more than 300 diamonds from a booth at the India International Jewellery Show in Mumbai. Read more »

Your last-minute fair entry questions answered

You’ve prepared your trade fair checklist, considered exactly what suppliers you want to visit, and put on your comfy shoes ready to walk the halls. But is there anything you could have forgotten? Read more »

JAA asks jewellers to donate gold

The JAA is calling on jewellers to support its CIBJO-backed ‘Gold for good’ fundraising initiative by donating unwanted gold at this year’s Sydney trade fair. Read more »

Top tips for a successful trade fair

The International Jewellery Fair is almost upon us and this year’s show is set to be the biggest yet. More than 260 exhibitors will be showcasing their products, and 30 per cent of them are new to the show for this year. Read more »


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