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The store provides interactive experiences, inviting customers to “style their own looks”

Michael Hill enters new market

Michael Hill International is branching into other markets with the official launch of a new jewellery brand and its first concept store. Read more »
The Blue, the world’s largest flawless vivid blue diamond

World’s largest blue diamond to be auctioned

The world’s largest flawless vivid blue diamond is expected to fetch up to $26.9 million at auction next month. Read more »
The Seiko museum in Tokyo

Nationwide Jewellers takes time out in Tokyo

A number of local jewellers increased their knowledge of a renowned Japanese watch manufacturer during a recent trip to Tokyo. Read more »
Apple's recent trademark applications suggest the rumoured iWatch is just around the corner

Apple expands trademark for watches, jewellery

Apple has reportedly moved to protect its brand in the jewellery and watch market, fuelling speculation that the rumoured iWatch will be released later this year. Read more »
The JAA is calling for member input on what should be discussed at the first council meeting

New national jewellery council calls for input

The JAA has invited input from members on issues or concerns they would like discussed by the newly-formed National Industry Council. Read more »
Research has shown that online sales growth is slowing for internet-only retailers

Internet-only retailers start to slow

In what might be good news for jewellers, the latest research shows that online sales are slowing as customers move back to traditional stores. Read more »
Rio Tinto reported record participation at its first diamond tender for 2014

Diamond demand high at Rio Tinto tender

Demand for diamonds – both white and coloured – appears to be strong, with Rio Tinto reporting positive results and record participation for its recent rough diamond tender.  Read more »
The world's largest single-crystal gold specimen was discovered in Venezuela

World records set for gold, ruby and jadeite

A number of jewellery records have been set within a matter of weeks, including the sale of a jadeite necklace and the discovery of the world’s largest single crystal of gold. Read more »
The jewellers supplied four pieces for the Duchess of Cambridge to wear on the royal tour

Kiwi jewellers receive royal treatment

A jewellery store in New Zealand has been thrust into the limelight after supplying earrings and a necklace to the Duchess of Cambridge. Read more »
Local suppliers reported that the event was about quality as opposed to quantity

Buyers down, quality up at BaselWorld

Although BaselWorld 2014 buyer numbers were down, it didn’t seem to phase Australian suppliers, with many reporting that the quality of the event was not compromised. Read more »
Michael Hill will pay $6 million to settle a tax dispute

Michael Hill agrees to pay extra $6 million

Michael Hill International has resolved tax issues relating to the transfer of intellectual property to an Australian subsidiary. Read more »
Diamond boots valued at $3.5 million

These boots were made for diamonds

Several Australian and New Zealand jewellers have been given the opportunity to try on a pair of diamond boots valued at $3.5 million – a figure that is said to make them the world’s most expensive footwear.
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