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$100,000 worth of Omega watches were stolen from Hardy Brothers, according to The Brisbane Times

Robber hits Brisbane-based jeweller

A smash-and-grab jewellery heist at Hardy Brothers Jewellers in Brisbane ended with the arrest of a 31-year-old man, according to The Brisbane Times. Read more »
Rising levels of demand for gold jewellery in India and China has buoyed the global demand for gold jewellery

India and China continue to power gold jewellery demand

The high demand for gold jewellery in India and China contributed to a 17 per cent rise in the global demand for gold jewellery last year, but US and European demand continued to flounder. Read more »
Franco Jewellers observed a rising trend in branded jewellery such as Gucci

Silver leads Valentines jewellery sales

Diamonds may be a girl’s best friend but jewellers reported that silver was a bestseller over the Valentine’s period, although some maintained that the event is not a big money spinner for them. Read more »

Changes to pearl nomenclature?

Retailers and suppliers need to change the way they describe pearls to avoid ambiguity within the industry and with the buying public, according to a special report by the World Jewellery Confederation’s (CIBJO) Pearl Commission. Read more »
Dora's latest iPrice application

Dora to launch app in Brisbane

Australian wedding ring manufacturer Dora will launch an instant quote application, Dora iPrice, at the upcoming Brisbane fair. Read more »
A Pandora concept store

Pandora concept stores to debut in NZ

Pandora is to establish its first clutch of concept stores in New Zealand, six years after entering the Kiwi jewellery market. Read more »

Vicenza opportunity for Aussies

Local jewellery retailers, wholesalers, manufacturers, importers and exporters are being offered the opportunity to join an Australian delegation to Vicenzaoro Charm with Italfiere Australia. Read more »
Chemgold will hold a CAD/CAM seminar at the upcoming Brisbane fair

New jewellery offerings for Brisbane fair

The upcoming Brisbane jewellery fair is set to act as a launch pad for new collections and fresh exhibitors, as well as offer special sessions – including one that will cater to flood and cyclone-affected retailers. Read more »
A sapphire ring from Moi Moi Fine Jewellery

Royal engagement puts sapphire in spotlight

The oval blue sapphire engagement ring of British royal bride-to-be Kate Middleton has sparked a resurgence in gem-set jewellery and heirloom pieces. Read more »
JAA has appointed Ronnie Bauer to be its GAA representative on its board of directors

JAA appoints GAA board representative

The JAA has appointed gemmology expert Ronnie Bauer to be a GAA representative on its board of directors and has entered into a partnership with the GAA to develop online training programmes for jewellery retail staff. Read more »
A model from Ice-White, one of the many Ice-Watch timepieces which comes with the $25 Napoleon Perdis lipgloss

Ice-Watch launches cosmetics giveaway

Ice-Watch has struck a deal to give away cosmetics from Australian brand Napoleon Perdis with selected watch sales.  Read more »
Michael Hill has reported newly revised forecast figures due to the natural disasters that have hit Australia

Michael Hill hit by Australian natural disasters

Jewellery chain Michael Hill has lowered its full-year earnings forecast due to the natural disasters that have blighted Australia in recent months.  Read more »


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