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Changing retail landscape - the quick and the dead

Has Australian retailing changed forever or is it forever changing? COLEBY NICHOLSON says we’re at the beginning of a radical change to the way we do everything, which includes shopping for jewellery. Read more »
Jerry headed straight for Cash Converters to trade in his armour when he heard about the price increase of silver.

Silver: the white knight of the GFC

Times of uncertainty have a habit of drawing out unlikely heroes. Dean Millard explains why silver proved to be a knight in shining armor for the jewellery industry through the GFC. Subscription required. Read more »
Jenny insisted that she stand out at her graduation ceremony.

Knowledge is power: skills pay bills

Be it courtesy of a university degree in gemmology, a short course in retail selling or any of hundreds of educational offerings in between, staff members with extra knowledge at their disposal can present a significant value-add to employers. Aaron Weinman reports. Subscription required. Read more »
What is fine jewellery?

What is fine jewellery?

A very interesting debate erupted last week over the definition of fine jewellery. Another questions was, at what point does something become fashion jewellery. Can ‘fine jewellery’ be defined? Read more »
More than 1000 have signed the Save The Time petition

Australian watchmakers take a stand

A movement has started to maintain Australian watchmakers’ rights to access Swiss watch parts, with more than 1,000 people already showing their support. Read more »
Caroline Broadhead's new veil collar

Jewellery exhibition with a twist

Those seeking a little inspiration in the world of jewellery creation might want to pay a visit to the National Gallery of Victoria to experience some Unexpected Pleasures. Read more »
Blingissimo's bracelet

Missardi embraces Fashion Week

At a time when some jewellery suppliers are battening down the hatches in anticipation of a lean winter, Missardi is looking to build its brand awareness with a bold marketing move. Read more »
Gary Fitz-Roy

Jewellery fair dates move again

After announcing changes to the dates of the Melbourne and Brisbane jewelley fairs next year, the schedule has been changed again to accommodate Darling Harbour’s redevelopment. Read more »
The Guess Watches blogger search begins in May.

Guess Watches worldwide blogging competition

Guess has launched a bold effort to find two people from over 100 countries to become bloggers for its website. Read more »
Tolkowsky dishing out diamond advice.

Australians learn from diamond master

A number of Australian jewellery store owners recently took the opportunity to have personal lessons from a master diamond cutter. 
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Try it on or buy online? Jewellery retailing is struggling.

Overseas travel affects retail spending

A new report from the Australian Bureau of Statistics shows that clothing and accessory retailing is not growing.
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Michael Hill's Australian sales have been disappointing.

Michael Hill Australian sales fall

Fine jewellery retail chain Michael Hill has posted a 2.7 per cent drop in Australian same store sales in the last nine months of trading. Read more »


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