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<em>Jeweller</em> looks at the <em>Hits & Misses</em> of the jewellery industry in 2013

Jeweller's Hits & Misses 2013

As jewellery retailers get set for, what they hope to be, a very busy Christmas and New Year trading season, COLEBY NICHOLSON reviews the past 12 months with his annual list of the jewellery industry’s highs and lows. Read more »
The platinum ring has a cushion-cut yellow diamond surrounded by white diamonds

Swallowed diamond ring goes to auction

The swallowed diamond rings saga continues, following the announcement that one of the pieces – valued at $27,000 – has been recovered and will now be auctioned. Read more »
An LED screen illuminates each time the wearer receives an email, text message or phone call

Out with the smartwatch, in with the smartring

While technology giants attempt to outdo each other in the smartwatch market, one start-up business has forged its own path by inventing a smartring. Read more »
King Edward abdicated the throne to marry Wallis Simpson, renowned for her striking jewellery

Scandalous jewellery fascinates buyers

A jewellery collection once owned by former British King Edward VIII and his American wife, Wallis Simpson, is the latest in a string of auction sales that have exceeded expectations in 2013. Read more »
The watch will be available in January 2014

New watch helps jewellers stay ‘trendy’

Jewellery retailers will be given the opportunity to start 2014 “bang-on trend”, following the announcement that a watch integrating Pantone’s new Colour of the Year will soon be made available. Read more »
Many businesses might not be aware that their ROT clauses are now obsolete

New laws affect jewellery suppliers

Many jewellery suppliers are unaware that they’re putting their business at risk by not registering under the new legislation that covers unpaid stock supplied on consignment. Read more »

The World's Most Famous Diamonds

Many of the world’s most famous diamonds have been lost to history; they were either re-cut as is the case with the most famous diamond of all, the Koh-I-Noor, or their whereabouts is unknown. Read more »

Jewellery suppliers tempt with Christmas specials

The countdown to Christmas Day has begun and a number of jewellery suppliers have developed special promotions to tempt retailers and consumers alike this festive season. Read more »
The centre will provide detection services to all Indian-based diamond suppliers/dealers

Diamond centre to catch lab-created stones

In more news that should ease local industry concerns, a new Diamond Detection and Resource Centre has opened in India that will help to detect the undisclosed mixing of lab-created and natural diamonds. Read more »
Combining e-commerce with brick-and-mortar stores is a key focus going forward for Michael Hill

Michael Hill ‘globalises’ online retail operations

Jewellery chain Michael Hill International has launched new websites for all of its operating regions in an effort to make shopping across multiple channels and devices simple for customers. Read more »
The competition asks retailers to create their own festive window display

Pastiche offers $6,000 in Christmas competition

Following the success of its Mother’s Day-themed visual merchandising competition, jewellery supplier Pastiche has announced a similar contest for the Christmas period. Read more »
Jacques Lemans, whose recent campaign features Kevin Costner, will now be supplied by Raymed

Stat Australia and Jacques Lemans end partnership

After a three-year partnership, local supplier Stat Australia Imports has ended its distribution of watch brand Jacques Lemans. Read more »


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