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Michael Hill International intends to go public in Australia, the market that accounts for more than 60 per cent of its operating earnings

Michael Hill confirms ASX intentions

Michael Hill International will proceed with an Australian stock exchange listing, a move that seemingly completes the New Zealand-founded company’s migration across the Tasman. Read more »
Australian sales lifted in the last nine months after the company recorded a loss the previous year

Michael Hill sales lift across all markets

Michael Hill International’s latest trading update shows improvement across all markets, including the “difficult” Australian region. Read more »
Fancy-coloured diamonds, including pink and yellow stones, have been uncovered at the Lulo project in Angola

Aussie miner finds new pink diamond source?

An Australian diamond mining company may have discovered a potential new source for pink diamonds at the same time that a record-breaking pink stone heads to auction. Read more »
The "excellent performance" of Bulgari was said to have contributed to LVMH's global revenue increase

Watches and jewellery standouts for LVMH

French luxury conglomerate LVMH has kicked off 2016 with a sales hike in its watch and jewellery division as well as an increase in overall global revenue. Read more »
Halina Kaufman was presented with the award by John Lazarou, director of arts and fashion category sponsor The Coffee Club

Young jeweller awarded for industry dedication

A young manufacturing jeweller has been recognised for her industry achievements as well as her commitment to educating others within the trade. Read more »
A 5.95-carat black opal will be among the lots offered at the auction

‘Rare’ Australian opals hit world stage

A selection of rare Australian opals will take centre stage at an upcoming live auction event that is expected to attract considerable international interest. Read more »
Disney Couture jewellery is now available via UK retailer Boutique.Goldsmiths' e-commerce website

Aussie jewellery supplier extends UK reach

An Australian jewellery supplier has increased its international presence with the signing of a new distribution deal. Read more »
The GIA has developed a melee synthetic screening device and forecast an increase in HPHT diamonds. Image courtesy: <a href="" target="_blank">GIA/Jianxin (Jae) Liao</a>

GIA debuts screening device ahead of synthetics surge

The GIA has developed a device to identify melee-sized synthetic and treated diamonds amid predictions the jewellery industry will soon experience a surge in synthetic stone supply. Read more »
Research comparing Swiss watch and smartwatch export statistics may not be as straightforward as media headlines suggest

Smartwatches outsell Swiss, but by which yardstick?

Recent research suggests the popularity of smartwatches is overtaking traditional Swiss watches but MARTIN FOSTER says this superficial conclusion is downright misleading. Read more »
The blue diamond achieved the highest price paid for a “jewel” at an Asian auction

Record-breaking blue diamonds headline auctions

Blue diamonds appear to be making waves in the market, with the recent sale of a blue diamond setting an auction record at the same time that another record-holding blue stone has entered the auction scene. Read more »

The hell zone and art of greeting customers

In this digital age, first impressions count more than ever. COLEBY NICHOLSON says salespeople have only a few seconds to make a good impression on a new customer, especially in the ‘hell zone’. Read more »
The new Swarovski cuts and colours are said to help jewellers remain competitive

Swarovski innovations boost jewellery design

Industry juggernaut Swarovski has used BaselWorld as a launch pad for a new range of gemstone cuts and colours expected to enhance the design, manufacturing and sales opportunities for jewellers. Read more »
The ACCC will not pursue investigations into Pandora Australia's actions against Alex and Ani

ACCC drops Pandora, Alex and Ani investigation

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has dropped its investigation into Pandora Australia’s attempt to block retailers from stocking US newcomer Alex and Ani. Read more »
The Ambassador Program is open to stockists of the Thomas Sabo Sterling Silver collection

Aussie Thomas Sabo ambassadors return

A jewellery supplier’s incentive program, which was said to have helped boost sales and improve retail staff confidence in 2015, will be held again this year. Read more »
Apple has made the 18-carat gold Apple Watch Edition model "almost invisible" on its website

Death knell for gold Apple Watch?

Apple appears to be deliberately diverting attention away from its 18-carat gold smartwatch, which may come as a relief for those who feared the high-end model would steal market share from the traditional watch sector. Read more »

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