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Nationwide Jewellers partners with Divine Solitaires

Divine Solitaires will officially launch its exclusive partnership with Australia’s largest buying group at this weekend’s International Jewellery Fair. Read more »

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Duraflex to distribute Mondaine watches

Duraflex Group Australia (DGA) has announced it will introduce Swiss watchmaking company Mondaine to its stable of watch brands that will be on display at the Sydney Fair. Read more »

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Emerald Symposium returns for second event

The second edition of the World Emerald Symposium will take place this October in Columbia. Read more »

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Samantha Wills closes jewellery business

Samantha Wills has announced the closure of her namesake jewellery company after 15 years of operation. Read more »

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Sydney Jewellery Fair offers support for farmers

The organiser of the International Jewellery Fair, set to open this weekend, made a ‘last minute’ decision to offer help to Australia’s drought-stricken farmers. Read more »

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‘World’s brightest diamond’ patented

Diamond manufacturers Dharmanandan Diamonds announced earlier this month it would distribute a range of new diamond cuts, which the company claims to be the “world’s brightest diamond[s]”. Read more »
Baselworld will need to make major changes in order to have a successful 2019 event

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Baselworld: big changes needed to save the show

Baselworld stumbled over a series of hurdles following its 2018 event. In order to redeem itself and win back the Swatch Group, vast changes must be made, MARTIN FOSTER reports. Read more »

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Pandora in turmoil, CEO quits amidst job cuts

Just two days after announcing “organisational adjustments”, Pandora’s CEO and president Anders Colding Friis has given notice of his resignation. Read more »

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What is the future of the Jewellers Association?

It's been relatively quiet over the past six months when it comes to industry politics. However, COLEBY NICHOLSON says that while the noise has subsided, the dissatisfaction hasn’t. Read more »
A study has established a link between high testosterone and luxury purchases

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High testosterone levels linked to luxury purchases

Higher testosterone levels have been strongly linked to driving the desire to purchase luxury goods in a recent study published by Nature Communications. Read more »
Two thieves stole Swedish royal crowns from a cathedral last week

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Swedish jewellery stolen; ancient artefacts uncovered

Thieves escaped after a daring cathedral robbery where they stole priceless Swedish Royal family jewels. Read more »
The definition of diamonds has been changed in the US Federal Trade Commission's guide books

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Diamond definition amended to include synthetics

The US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has amended its definition of “diamond” to include the synthetics, a move that synthetic diamond laboratories have applauded, while diamond miners and manufacturers are not impressed. Read more »
Buying groups are preparing for a big week of events at the Sydney Fair

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Buying groups prepare for International Jewellery Fair

The Sydney Fair is the jewellery industry’s pinnacle event providing a chance for buying groups to consult with members and ensure another year of maximising business opportunities. Read more »
MCH Group, organiser of Baselworld, announced its CEO's resignation last week

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Baselworld CEO resigns as crisis deepens

The CEO of MCH Group, responsible for organising Baselworld, announced his resignation over the weekend following a tumultuous week for the organisation after the Swatch Group pulled out of the watch fair. Read more »

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