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Nicolas Hayek

"Mr Swatch" Nicolas Hayek dies

Watchmaking pioneer and Swatch founder Nicolas Hayek has died at work. 
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Edge Retail co-founder and event organiser David Brown

Australian and US jewellers to share expertise

Up to 300 US jewellery retailers are expected to descend on Australia for a new conference that will give Australian and American jewellers the opportunity to learn each other’s business tips. Read more »
Thomas Sabo's first WA store in Perth

Thomas Sabo's new store a hit

Popular fashion jewellery brand Thomas Sabo has revealed that its latest flagship store, in Perth, has achieved “strong sales” in its first month. 
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Pandora's watch range will feature 10 styles

All eyes watching Pandora

The much-anticipated Pandora watch collection is on track to launch in Australia in early September.
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World's most expensive toy

World’s most expensive toy?

A jeweller’s toy replica of a classic car – featuring gold, platinum and diamonds – is selling for double the price of the real thing. Read more »
Tiffany & Co Engagement Ring Finder

The future of jewellery shopping?

Consumers can now go jewellery shopping on their mobile phone, thanks to a new marketing ploy by Tiffany & Co.
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Maria Kenda

Queen’s Birthday honour for jeweller

A veteran of the jewellery industry has received one of Australia’s highest honours. Read more »
Autumn Jewellery Fair

New Melbourne jewellery fair

Organisers of Australia’s newest jewellery fair have been pleased with the bookings, just a few days after its announcement.
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Jeremy Bannister

Fake eBay gemmologist jailed

A con artist who sold thousands of dollars of fake gems and jewellery on eBay has received a lengthy jail sentence for his crimes. Read more »
Swatch Group

ACCC interviews Swatch retailers

The corporate watchdog has begun interviewing jewellery retailers over price fixing allegations by Swatch. Read more »
Autumn Jewellery Fair (Melbourne)

New Australian jewellery fair announced

Melbourne will host its very own jewellery fair next year, a move that will fill a long-standing gap in the jewellery industry calendar. Read more »
Michael Hill

More stores for Michael Hill

Michael Hill may have closed jewellery stores in the US last week but the company is set to open 15 new stores in Australia and New Zealand. Read more »


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