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Show organiser MCH Group expects more than 100,000 people to attend the event

BaselWorld organisers remain positive

With BaselWorld well underway, organisers are optimistic about the year ahead for the industry, despite a steady decrease in Swiss watch exports during 2013.  Read more »
The merger will reportedly provide greater buying power and a larger product offering

Aussie jewellery suppliers announce merger

Two local suppliers specialising in jewellery tools and equipment will merge their business operations to form one company. Read more »

Google watch a game changer?

With much of the tech world focused on rumours about an Apple iWatch, Google might have just announced the ultimate game changer, though not for the reasons that most people think. Read more »
The fair had an upbeat atmosphere and changes to the event were heavily supported

Positive outcome for jewellery fair

The first Australian jewellery fair for 2014 drew to a close yesterday, with those in attendance reporting overall positive results and support for the many changes that were introduced to the event.  Read more »
Winners were announced during the Gold Coast jewellery fair

Inaugural Jewellery Industry Award winners announced

The contributions of individuals and businesses within the jewellery industry have been recognised at an inaugural awards ceremony held during the Gold Coast jewellery show.  Read more »
The Google Android Wear technology can be used to develop smartwatches

Google confirms entry into watch market

Google has confirmed its entry into the watch market with the first preview of a new smartwatch and its wearable technology while Fossil Group will be one of the first developers. Read more »
The piece turned out to be a genuine Peter Carl Fabergé egg

$36 million Fabergé egg found at flea market

A man planning to melt a gold ornament purchased at a flea market was shocked to discover it was actually a Fabergé egg valued at $36 million. Read more »
The collection is inspired by BMW Motorsport

New Ice-Watch collection races into Australasia

Following success in Europe, the distribution of Ice-Watch’s collection of BMW Motorsport-inspired timepieces has now been expanded to include Australia and New Zealand.  Read more »
Sightholders are subject to a "rigorous and objective" selection process

De Beers gains more sightholders

Five new sightholders have qualified for the remainder of De Beers Group’s 2012 to 2015 supplier contract period. Read more »
Nationwide Jewellers organises visits for its members to Antwerp twice a year

Changes for Nationwide Jewellers Antwerp trips

A diamond setting demonstration was added to the itinerary of Nationwide Jewellers’ recent Antwerp trip, with optical stone setting classes a potential fixture for future visits. Read more »

Google officially announces smartwatch plans, US$33 million Faberge egg found at flea market, Pope's diamonds worth US$1.9 million, Disney Princess-inspired engagement rings enchant

Luck changes for a scrap metal dealer who discovers that his flea market Faberge egg find is worth US$33 million, while diamond jewellery owned by Pope Paul VI goes on sale for US$1.9 million. Disney's movie Frozen inspires new engagement ring design, and Google developers are interviewed to discuss their official smartwatch plans - the internet is abuzz with positive reviews for its classic design! Read more »
Bulova's range of Harley Davidson watches has been launched in Australia

New Harley Davidson watches drive into Australia

Time Essentials has announced the exclusive distribution of a new range of Harley Davidson-branded watches targeted at motorcycle enthusiasts. Read more »


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