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Cricket hits Indian diamond industry for six!

At the same time that the Indian jewellery industry is reeling over the government’s stance on gold imports and credit issues, it has again been belted; this time from an unlikely source – cricket! Read more »

Introducing Two minutes with Jimmy & Jeweller

One of the biggest challenges for retailers today is finding new ways to stand out from the crowd. Your competitor is no longer the 'other store down the street' – it’s just as likely to be someone half way around the world, courtesy of the internet. Read more »
The rumoured iWatch might be available commercially by October (artist's impression)

Apple iWatch to begin production next month

Apple may be starting production for its rumoured iWatch as soon as next month in preparation for an official launch in October this year. Read more »
The Presidents Forum will reflect the interests of the international jewellery and diamond sectors

Jewellery and diamond heavyweights join forces

Four major international industry organisations have formed a committee to develop strategies and policies relating to the jewellery and diamond sectors. Read more »
Total orders placed at the Nationwide conference were at least 30 per cent up on last year

Record-breaking jewellery sales at conference

Nationwide Jewellers recorded one of its most successful buying days at its annual conference, indicating that confidence in the jewellery retail sector could be improving.   Read more »
The preview of the new venue was met with positive feedback from industry members

Industry receives glimpse of new jewellery fair venue

Anticipation for the upcoming Sydney jewellery fair has risen after a number of industry members were invited to preview the event’s new venue. Read more »
A 122.52-carat blue diamond was found at the Cullinan mine in South Africa

Massive 122-carat blue diamond discovered

A rare 122.52-carat blue diamond discovered in South Africa could break the record for highest price paid for a rough diamond.  Read more »
A recent NDMC study showed that undisclosed diamond mixing is only occurring on a small scale

Study shows undisclosed diamond mixing exaggerated

Despite a growing number of undisclosed diamond mixing reports and negative publicity, a new study has found the prevalence of such instances may be exaggerated. Read more »
The diamond industry could benefit from more branding. Image courtesy of De Beers

Call for more diamond brands to increase demand

De Beers Group has highlighted branding and advertising as two areas that the diamond industry needs to take advantage of while demand is strong. Read more »
Disney's movie Maleficent has started a jewellery trend

Maleficent inspires bewitching jewellery range

Walt Disney’s latest movie Maleficent has cast its spell on the jewellery world with a collaboration between the film company and a London-based jewellery business. Read more »
Consumers often confuse synthetic diamonds with fake diamonds. Image courtesy of AOTC

Drop 'synthetic' label for diamonds, says report

A new report has found that many consumers remain confused about the origin of synthetic diamonds, attributing one of the reasons to the use of the word “synthetic”. Read more »
Designa Accessories has signed on to distribute Trollbeads in Australia and New Zealand

Trollbeads chooses Designa for new deal

After having no local representation since December last year, Danish jewellery brand Trollbeads has appointed Designa Accessories as its exclusive supplier in Australia and New Zealand. Read more »


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