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A selection of finalists' designs for the 2012 JAA Australasian Jewellery Awards.

Amazing designs at Aussie Jewellery Awards

The 2012 JAA Australasian Jewellery Awards celebrates our most talented jewellers, bringing together Australia's best design talent. View the finalists' designs in Jeweller's eMag and gallery. Read more »
Bolt International will distribute APM Monaco in Australia.

Another Euro jewellery brand for Australia

The expansion of European brands to Australia continues with the announcement that a popular French range will be launched at this weekend’s International Jewellery Fair. Read more »
Rolex is suing watch restorers

Rolex and Winston defend their brands

Rolex and Harry Winston have both proceeded to take legal action against companies they feel have damaged the value of their brands. Read more »
Tiffany & Co. new Rubedo has been deemed a credible marketing campaign.

Tiffany gets stamp of approval on “new metal”

Tiffany & Co. caused controversy earlier this year by marketing its trademarked ‘Rubedo’ alloy as a new metal, but an American advertising board has ruled claims as not misleading. Read more »
Cudworth's men's jewellery

Aussie brand succeeds in UK

Men’s jewellery company Cudworth Enterprises has appointed a distributor for the United Kingdom and Ireland, and plans to expand further afield in the future. Read more »
Many suppliers will have special offers for visitors to the Sydney fair.

Special offers galore at Sydney fair

Several suppliers will have special offers for visitors at the upcoming Sydney Jewellery Fair, including significant discounts and the chance to win big in competitions. Read more »
The fair will welcome back many retailers who haven't attended for several years.

Sydney jewellery fair piquing interest

Sydney International Jewellery Fair organiser Expertise Events is predicting a mixture of some returning old faces and exciting new initiatives will lead to a busy fair next week. Read more »
The new Asiga, distributed by RPS.

High tech on show at jewellery fair

The upcoming Sydney Jewellery Fair will play host to a raft of exhibitors showcasing exciting technology solutions, from evolutions in production machinery to digital marketing developments. Read more »
Nils Rasmussen, director, BYMR

Jarass embraces revolution

After more than 20 years operating as a watch distributor, Jarass has announced a major restructure of its corporate identity. Read more »
Zamel's Jewellery has been found guilty of using misleading advertising.

Zamel’s guilty of misleading consumers - again

The Federal Court has found that the Jewellery Group, the company that operates Zamel's, misled consumers about the level of savings to be made during sales over an 18-month period. Read more »
The "mushroom pearl" was submitted to the GIA.

‘Mushroom pearl’ submitted for inspection

A Gemmological Institute of America (GIA) examination laboratory recently received an unusual pearl, which bore a striking resemblance to a mushroom. Read more »

Drive through jewellery smash and grab

A stolen vehicle has been used to smash through the front door of a jewellery store in an early morning robbery. Read more »


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