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Alrosa's diamond production increased while De Beers' decreased, but both companies reported revenue loss

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Revenue slumps for big diamond producers

Two major diamond producers have taken a hit to revenue in the first half of 2015, while new regulatory developments within the international diamond sector are underway. Read more »
Myer's digital hub allows customers to access e-commerce services in-store

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Jewellers can learn from Myer’s digital move

The boundaries between physical and online retailing appear to be diminishing, with retailer Myer trialling a new digitally-focused initiative in one of its bricks-and-mortar stores. Read more »
Police are hoping CCTV images will help identify the jewellery thieves

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Jewellery crime gang: CCTV provides new clues

Police have released CCTV photos and video footage in the hope of catching a team of brazen thieves that robbed two salesmen of about $700,000 in diamond and gold jewellery. Read more »
Analysts have speculated that Apple Watch sales may have dropped 90 per cent since launch week

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Apple remains mum amid poor watch sale rumours

Apple’s decision to withhold exact sales figures for the Apple Watch has led to speculation that the high-profile smartwatch may not have performed as well as expected. Read more »
Thomas Sabo has launched the new Love Bridge engravable collection

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Thomas Sabo jewellery moves into ‘personalisation’

In response to the increasing popularity of personalised jewellery, Thomas Sabo has unveiled its first engravable jewellery range in Australia. Read more »
The two Hong Kong-based suppliers had just returned from a visit with a jewellery retailer

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Armed attack on overseas jewellery suppliers

In what appears to be a highly planned armed robbery, at least four offenders have stolen $700,000 in diamond and gold jewellery from the back seat of a car. Read more »
Cudworth has been appointed the local distributor of Hugo Boss' writing instrument collection

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Aussie men’s jewellery supplier lands luxury partner

Men’s jewellery supplier Cudworth Enterprises is expanding its stable, having partnered with a global luxury goods company to distribute a new product range. Read more »
Diamond manufacturers are now able to produce natural-shaped synthetic stones. Source: Taidiam

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Synthetic diamond advances cause concern

An advancement in diamond manufacturing technology could reportedly make it more difficult to differentiate natural rough stones from those produced in a laboratory. Read more »
De Beers' diamond production and sales volumes dropped in the second quarter

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De Beers’ production and sales decline

New figures indicate a fall in diamond production across all of De Beers Group’s mining operations, with sales volumes also taking a hit. Read more »
Michael Hill's revenue dropped in Australia, but the company performed well overseas

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Michael Hill: Aussie sales down, overseas up

Michael Hill International’s weak Australian results for the past financial year have been buoyed by its strong performance in overseas markets. Read more »
Researchers have discovered fire opal in a Martian meteorite fragment

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Opal discovery is out of this world

Scientists have confirmed the presence of opal on Mars, which could also potentially provide further information on whether Earth’s neighbouring planet once contained life. Read more »
The gemstone collection is estimated to have a retail value of more than $16 million

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Hundreds of rare gemstones to be auctioned

A private collection of some 680 rare gemstones, believed to be one of the largest in Europe, will go under the hammer later this year. Read more »
Members of India's diamond trade assembled to discuss how to tackle mounting industry challenges

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India deals with diamond ‘crisis’

Mounting challenges in the Indian diamond market recently led several of the country’s major industry bodies to discuss possible solutions, including banning rough imports. Read more »
All EGL gemmologists will undergo training to verify their standards and technical grading skills

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EGL takes further action to repair reputation

The European Gemological Laboratory network has released details of reorganisation plans in an attempt to restore its reputation following damaging allegations about over-grading. Read more »

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Australian jewellery industry – a complete picture

Facts and figures about the jewellery sector are often thrown around all too flippantly. COLEBY NICHOLSON discusses how being skeptical actually led him to uncover a wealth of industry revelations. Read more »

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