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More than 40 countries gathered for the 2016 CIBJO Congress

Opal a hot topic at CIBJO 2016

A stand-alone guide for opal that would be spearheaded by Australian delegates was among a number of industry issues discussed at the 2016 CIBJO Congress. Read more »
The thieves were armed with a gun, a machete and a hammer. Source: Victoria Police

Jewellery manager faces robbers head-on

A Melbourne jewellery store has received significant media attention after its manager confronted three thieves armed with a gun, a machete and a hammer during a robbery. Read more »

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Sorry state of (jewellery) affairs

The recent apology by industry magazine Jewellery World to event organiser Expertise Events would be laughable if it weren’t so serious. COLEBY NICHOLSON investigates the incident, the people involved and the subsequent fallout. Read more »
Julie Sandlau has more than 50 retail stockists across Australia

Julie Sandlau closes Australian division

Danish jewellery brand Julie Sandlau has withdrawn from the Australian market, citing a decision to focus on the expansion of its European business. Read more »
The giant gemstone was reportedly sent to China to be carved into jewellery and sculptures. Image courtesy: <a href="" target="_blank">Youtube/Unusual Things </a>

‘World’s most valuable’ jade discovered

A mammoth-sized jade gemstone, weighing about 175 tonnes and valued at an estimated US$174.6 million (AU$229.9 m), has been unearthed in Myanmar. Read more »
The JAA now has two board member vacancies

Second resignation from JAA board

The Australian jewellery industry has been placed in further disarray with news that Laura Sawade is required to resign as JAA director and vacate her vice president position after leaving Peter W Beck. Read more »
Viewers are given glimpses of the models wearing diamond jewellery throughout the footage

Real is Rare campaign throws out diamond rulebook

The Diamond Producers Association has launched its much-discussed “provocative” diamond campaign that has been specifically developed to target Millennials. Read more »
The new Alex and Ani stores are expected to be a 'beacon for the brand'

Alex and Ani to open 9 stores before Christmas

Alex and Ani has announced plans to expand its Australian retail presence by opening nine brand-only stores before Christmas. Read more »
The GIA stated the synthetic could have been mistakenly identified as natural under microscope

GIA makes ‘milestone’ synthetic discovery

The GIA has marked a “significant milestone”, having identified an undisclosed 5.19-carat CVD synthetic diamond that is believed to be the largest of its kind reported in the jewellery industry. Read more »
Costco was reportedly ordered to pay Tiffany & Co US$13.75 million in damages

Tiffany & Co receives millions in Costco dispute

Tiffany & Co has reportedly been awarded millions of dollars in its high-profile trademark case with retailer Costco over the use of the word ‘Tiffany’. Read more »
Michael Hill International recorded a 6.8 per cent increase for the quarter ending 30 September

Michael Hill records revenue rise ahead of Xmas

Michael Hill International has recorded increased sales results as the company gears up for the busy Christmas period. Read more »
WorldSkills Australia 2016 Jewellery champion Jason Nesbitt

Competition crowns national jewellery champion

A recently graduated Perth jewellery apprentice has taken gold at a national skills competition. Read more »


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