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Christina Aguilera for Stephen Webster

World's most alluring jewellery campaigns

From the memorable to the downright silly, jewellery marketing has led the world in creativity. Gretel Hunnerup investigates the weirdest and most wonderful campaigns. Read more »
The certificate will clearly state that the diamond has been lab-grown

Certificates for synthetic diamonds

International body HRD Antwerp will launch a Synthetic Diamond Certificate service later this year for lab-grown diamonds. Read more »
The man raided the exhibition, escaping with jewellery and watches

$150 million jewellery heist

For the third time this year, Cannes has featured as the location of a major jewellery robbery, this time to the tune of EUR103 million (A$149m), also making it one of the world’s largest jewellery thefts.
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The ASA concluded the retailer didn't adequately show that wearing beads could produce the benefits listed on the website

More complaints about amber jewellery

Another online retailer has come under fire for making misleading claims about the therapeutic benefits of its amber bead necklaces. Read more »
Swatch has already begun to activate plans for the newly acquired Harry Winston brand

Swatch reveals Harry Winston plans

The Swatch Group has released its latest financial results for the first six months of the year as well as plans for its recently acquired Harry Winston brand. Read more »
Danielle Mondo, winner of Fairfax and Roberts’ jewellery design contest

Jeweller backed by renowned retailer

The owner of a small jewellery business will soon have her design idea for a silver pendant manufactured and sold by a prominent Australian jewellery retailer. Read more »
Should 4C's now become 6?

Selling the 4C's or is it now 6C's?

How are your diamond jewellery sales at the moment and could they do with an uplift? Have your selling methods changed with the times?  Read more »
Too low, too high - it's hard to know what the right thing is sometimes

Jeweller’s prices too low, says customer

Jewellery valuation certificates continue to cause problems for the industry. COLEBY NICHOLSON was recently contact by a jeweller whose customer complained about his prices being too low! Read more »
Age of Dinosaurs, 2013 winning piece

‘Dinosaur’ necklace wins opal jewellery award

A dinosaur-inspired necklace has won the major design award at a recent Queensland opal event. Read more »
Rio Tinto reports an increase in diamond production for Q2 2013

Rio Tinto diamond output surge

Rio Tinto has reported a 47 per cent increase in diamond production for the second quarter of 2013, largely due to the rise in the number and grade of diamonds processed at its Australian mine. Read more »
Swatch wants to reduce its supply of mechanical watch movements to third parties

Swatch forced to ease component restrictions

In what is said to be a victory for independent watchmakers, the Swatch Group has been prevented from dramatically cutting distribution of its watch components to other companies next year. Read more »
The three finalists for the Diamond Solitaire Award in 2011

Deadlines extended for diamond awards

Organisers have extended the registration deadline for one of the new categories in this year’s Diamond Guild Australia Jewellery Awards. Read more »


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