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<em>Jeweller</em> looks at the <em>Hits & Misses</em> of the jewellery industry in 2014

Jeweller's Hits & Misses 2014

After another “interesting” year in the Australian and New Zealand jewellery industries, COLEBY NICHOLSON reviews the past 12 months with his annual list of highs and lows. Read more »
Pallion is said to provide precious metal products and services across the whole supply chain

Surprise merger forms largest Aussie metals provider

Palloys Group has merged with ABC Bullion to create what is believed to be the largest precious metals service provider in Australia. Read more »
A number of agreements were made at the World Diamond Conference to strengthen the diamond trade between India and Russia

Historic deals could change diamond industry

India and Russia have announced a number of landmark agreements that have the potential to dramatically change the global diamond industry. Read more »
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Jewellers enjoy the best of both worlds

It’s hard to not get caught up in doom and gloom, especially in an era of rapid change and business disruption, however, COLEBY NICHOLSON believes the jewellery industry should rejoice the past. Read more »
Thomas Sabo and his wife, Luz Enith, attended the store launch with Georgia May Jagger (left)

Thomas Sabo jewellery showcased in fashion capital

The latest Thomas Sabo jewellery collection has been introduced to an international audience ahead of the Australian and New Zealand launch. Read more »
ADTC has expanded in NSW with the opening of a new Sydney office

Diamond dealer expands to meet strong demand

After what could be described as a difficult year for the local diamond industry, one supplier is ending 2014 on a positive note, having announced the opening of a new branch in response to strong demand. Read more »
The watch belonged to "The King" of rock and roll, Elvis Presley

Elvis watch leaves the building for $45K

A watch formerly owned by “The King” of rock and roll has fetched almost four times its estimated price, while a recently discovered 40-carat rough ruby has sold at a record-breaking auction. Read more »
Nominations for the Jewellery Industry Awards will close soon

Jewellery award nominations closing soon

Nominations will soon close for the Jewellery Industry Awards, which is said to be the only local competition to focus on the contributions of “people” within the trade. Read more »
Pandora will appeal the court ruling that has ordered it to pay a fine for a late profit warning

Pandora jewellery appeals court verdict

Pandora has announced it will appeal a Danish court’s ruling that it must pay a financial penalty because it was late in informing investors of revised revenue expectations. Read more »
Chow Tai Fook is reportedly seeking to expand in the diamond market

Retail giant considers acquiring diamond mine

One of the world’s largest jewellery retailers is reportedly looking to secure its diamond supply through diamond mine acquisitions. Read more »
The Government of India has lifted the restriction mandating that 20 per cent of gold imports be designated for export purposes

India tackles huge increase in gold smuggling

India’s gold jewellery market might resume “normality” after the government withdrew a highly controversial economic policy which, in turn, dramatically increased gold smuggling. Read more »
EGL is reorganising its international network and homogenising its grading standards

EGL moves to change after industry uproar

European Gemological Laboratory, the network at the centre of the over-grading debate, is making an effort to homogenise its diamond grading standards as rumours emerge that its embattled “International” brand will soon cease to exist. Read more »


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