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Carati lost a tribunal case because it had not told its customer about the maintenance required on a rhodium plated ring

Jewellers warned over rhodium plating

New Zealand jewellers have been warned they must inform consumers that white gold and silver jewellery for sale in their stores has been plated with rhodium and may need regular maintenance. Read more »
The interactive Facebook Pandora application

Pandora ramps up social media

Pandora has launched new social media initiatives to offer fans of the global charm brand a more interactive experience. Read more »
The outlook for Christmas trading remains mixed amongst retailers

Jewellers braced for mixed Christmas trading

Retail jewellers are divided on how the Christmas trading season will turn out amid spiralling interest rates and the strong Australian dollar. Read more »
Consumers are ticking the boxes for jewellery gifts this year

Jewellery high on Christmas wish lists

Jewellery will be a popular Christmas gift on consumers’ wish lists this year, a new survey has found. Read more »
PayPal's study demonstrated that a quarter of Australians still prefer to buy local products

Online jewellery sales set to soar

Online jewellery sales in Australia are forecast to skyrocket from $562 million this year to $752 million in 2013 – a 33.8 per cent rise, according to a PayPal e-commerce study. Read more »
Christmas can be a stressful time for both employers and employees when it comes to HR matters

Your top five Christmas HR questions answered

As Christmas approaches, HR management can become more complicated than ever with holiday requests, extended work hours and stressful trading periods.
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Skagen's $20 voucher was distributed to over $2 million Australian Qantas users

Skagen launches Christmas ’secret Sale’

Watch brand Skagen Denmark has used viral marketing and digital media in an unprecedented Christmas campaign that involved distributing $20 gift vouchers to 2 million Australians last week. Read more »
RBA Governor Glenn Stevens

Interest rate decision brings Christmas cheer

Jewellery retailers can remain hopeful that consumers will spend this Christmas after the Reserve Bank of Australia maintained interest rates at 4.75 per cent. Read more »
Retailers can now choose whether to repair, replace, resupply or refund consumers if the problem can be remedied within a reasonable time

New consumer laws to aid jewellers

Jewellers are set to benefit from what has been described as “a big step forward” in Australia’s consumer laws on warranties and guarantees. Read more »
The fancy intense pink diamond ring

Pink diamond sets Asian auction record

A rare 14.23-carat fancy intense pink diamond sold for $US23.2 million ($23.9 million) at a Christie’s auction, making it the most expensive gem sold in Asia. Read more »
Christmas spending patterns would be significantly hampered by a December interest rate increase

Interest rate rise could ‘ruin’ Christmas for jewellers

Retailers are waiting in anticipation for the Reserve Bank of Australia’s interest rate announcement later today, as a further increase could spell doom for the upcoming Christmas trading season. Read more »
According to JAA CEO Ian Hadassin, most of their internet-retailer members have bricks and mortar behind them

JAA retailers campaign against internet-only peers

A group of retailers is pushing for the expulsion of internet-only members from the JAA in the aftermath of the Diamond Exchange fiasco. Read more »
The strengthening Australian dollar is worsening the situation for many local retailers

Online GST battle gains momentum

Calls for a reduction of the $1,000 GST threshold for goods bought online are intensifying in the lead-up to Christmas. Read more »
After Tiffany counterfeits were discovered on eBay in 2004, a six-year legal battle has taken place between the luxury retailer and the online auction site

Tiffany loses six-year battle against eBay

The US Supreme Court dealt a final blow to Tiffany’s trademark infringement suit against eBay by rejecting its latest appeal. Read more »

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