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Coleby Nicholson

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Jewellery industry gets vertical

I wonder whether we're seeing the beginnings of another major change to the Australian jewellery industry. Bevilles announced recently that it had entered into an “alliance” with large Indian jewellery supplier Tara Jewels. Read more »
Miabelle's Picasso ring

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Miabelle paints a picture with its “Limited Edition” collection. Read more »
Kagi's "Love Burst" pendant

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Kagi presents its latest “Love Burst” pendant. Read more »
Guess Jewellery leather bracelets

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Guess Jewellery launches its irresistible “Colour Chic” collection. Read more »
Georgini's "Alchemy" range

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Georgini adds to its “Alchemy” stack. Read more »

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Dazzling Jewellery

Dazzling Jewellery makes your winter hotter with the “Burning Flame” range. Read more »
	The report predicts the price of gold has begun its steady decline

Gold to drop to US$1,300

In what could be good news for the jewellery industry; after increasing for 11 consecutive years, the price of gold is set to drop to US$1,300 an ounce, according to a new report.  Read more »
Rough diamonds from De Beers

De Beers selects 5 new sightholders

De Beers Group has announced the addition of five new sightholders, taking the total number globally to 82.  Read more »
The Harry Winston sale to Swatch will go ahead

No stopping $1 billion Swatch-Harry Winston sale

Harry Winston Diamond Corporation has announced that the sale of its luxury brand diamond jewellery and timepiece division to the Swatch Group has been cleared to proceed. Read more »
Tuskc has made it into the 2013 BRW Fast Starters list

Tuskc makes the BRW fast starters list

Australian jewellery brand Tuskc has been selected as one of the 100 companies to appear on the elite 2013 BRW Fast Starters list. Read more »

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13 reasons why retailers are failing

If you ever needed an example of why retailers are in trouble, let me give you one. Better still, I’ll give you 13. Read more »
A selection of opals from The National Opal Collection

World first for Australian opal

In a coup for Australia, its national gemstone, opal, has been named the “feature” gemstone for the first-ever government supported mineral, fossil and gem show in China. Read more »


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