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<em>Jeweller</em> looks at the <em>Hits & Misses</em> of the jewellery industry in 2015

Jeweller's Hits & Misses 2015

After a hectic 12 months and as jewellery retailers get set for what is hoped to be a very busy Christmas and New Year trading season, COLEBY NICHOLSON reviews 2015 with his annual list of the industry’s highs and lows. Read more »

Pandora jewellery in hot water over Alex and Ani

In what can only be described as an unusual move, Pandora has taken steps to prevent its retailers from simultaneously carrying jewellery from US newcomer Alex and Ani. Read more »
De Beers has downgraded its 2016 production outlook and announced a number of operational changes

De Beers answers Rapaport criticism, explains overhaul

De Beers Group has downsized its diamond production portfolio in response to industry challenges, while majority shareholder Anglo American is also undertaking a “radical” restructure. Read more »
Police released CCTV images of a man they believe stole three diamond rings. Source: Victoria Police

Jewellery thefts increase in Christmas lead-up

More than $150,000 in jewellery was recently stolen in three robberies that occurred across two days, which could act as a reminder for jewellers to be vigilant during the Christmas trading period. Read more »

Jewellers who swim with sharks might get eaten!

What type of jeweller are you? COLEBY NICHOLSON predicts that continuing change in consumer behaviour and the wider market will see two types of jewellery retailer. Read more »
A Tiffany & Co 7.84-carat Kashmir sapphire ring has set a new world auction record

Record jewellery auctions prelude to ‘year of colour’

A series of world record-breaking jewellery auction sales have highlighted the current high demand for coloured diamonds and gemstones, which some have predicted will continue in 2016. Read more »
CounterSketch International allows jewellers to export directly to their preferred manufacturer

New CAD software supports local jewellers

An international CAD software program has been designed with the aim of giving Australian and New Zealand jewellers more control over their choice of manufacturer. Read more »
ABC Refinery is the only privately-owned gold refinery in Australia with LBMA accreditation

Aussie gold gains global recognition

A local supplier has attained internationally recognised accreditation that is said to rank its gold products among the highest quality in the world. Read more »
Bevilles Jewellers has opened its first new store since its restructure

Bevilles Jewellers returns to Melbourne CBD

Bevilles Jewellers has returned to the Melbourne CBD with the opening of its first store since entering voluntary administration and undergoing significant structural changes. Read more »
De Beers has sold the Kimberley Mines operation for US$7.2 million

Market forces De Beers to sell, suspend diamond mines

The De Beers Group has sold its well-known Kimberley diamond mine and suspended production at another site as it reassesses its market position. Read more »
Industry figures show consumer and retailer spending in recent months has been higher than last year

Spending points to ‘buoyant’ Christmas for jewellers

Recent industry figures indicate increased confidence amongst jewellery retailers and consumers, which could bode well for this year’s Christmas trading. Read more »
Kadia Jewellery's El Mar display was voted as the best by Najo's Facebook followers

Winners announced for jewellery sales-boosting contest

Jewellery supplier Najo has announced the winners of a visual merchandising competition designed to improve brand awareness and increase sales. Read more »


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