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Are jewellery retailers being squeezed?

As retailing continues to evolve we ask, is the middle being squeezed tighter and tighter into a distinctive hourglass shape of high end and low end markets? If so, what are the ramifications for middle market jewellery retailers? Read more »
Sharon Stone and de Grisogono founder Fawaz Gruosi at the 20th anniversary party

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Second jewellery heist at Cannes

A diamond necklace reportedly worth €2 million (A$2.7 million) is believed to have gone missing during a star-studded party held by jeweller de Grisogono at the Cannes Film Festival. Read more »
The victims were returning to their car after visiting a jewellery store inside the shopping centre

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Jewellery suppliers robbed in carpark

Two jewellery suppliers allegedly were robbed last week of jewellery and cash after leaving a retail store in Sydney and heading for their car in an adjacent carpark. Read more »
The website used unsubstantiated therapeutic claims in an effort to sell teething necklaces, said the ASA

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Jewellery website misleads consumers

Claims made by an online retailer about the therapeutic benefits of its amber necklaces have been rejected and deemed as misleading to consumers. Read more »
Rio Tinto Diamonds implements a new online auction system

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Rio Tinto adds new diamond-selling system

Rio Tinto Diamonds has launched a sales platform where a portion of its Canadian Diavik production will be offered to parties outside of its usual supply agreements with diamond dealers. Read more »
The study found that global luxury sales would increase by four to five per cent in 2013

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Luxury sales to ease, but good news on horizon

Though worldwide sales in luxury goods are expected to ease slightly in the short term, news that the market in 2025 will be five times greater than it was in 1995 may alleviate some concern.  Read more »
Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane are among the 10 dearest cities in the world for retail space

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“Shocked” jeweller not moving as rents soar

Imagine how surprised you’d be to get a phone call from an interstate retailer enquiring if your flagship jewellery store was still available for rent … if it wasn’t even on the market?  Read more »

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Gem experts at industry conference

A bevy of high profile international and local experts will speak to delegates at this weekend’s Gemmological Association of Australia (GAA) Annual Federal Conference in Melbourne.  Read more »
The pinnacles of the tender, rare red diamonds from Argyle's reserve

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Rare red diamonds pinnacle of tender

For the first time ever, investors and fine jewellers will have the opportunity to purchase three exceptionally rare red diamonds at this year’s Rio Tinto Argyle Pink Diamond Tender.  Read more »
Silver screen legend Gina Lollobrigida’s collection of jewellery sold for a total of CHF 4.7 million

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Diamonds and screen siren's jewellery break records

Jewellery sales at auction houses Christie’s and Sotheby’s have continued to break records as buyers are prepared to pay top prices to own must-have items.  Read more »
Cannes is a glamorous event where luxury brands like Chopard adorn starlets with house jewellery

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Chopard hit by jewellery raid at Cannes

The Chopard jewellery theft that took place at Cannes Film Festival, at first thought to be worth $1 million, has since been revised to a “far lower” figure according to a company spokesperson. Read more »
Stav Strashko presents Hera Jewellery, in line with Swarovski's 2014 androgynous jewellery trend for 2014.

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4 Best Jewellery Trends for 2014

Swarovski Gems’ release of its annual Gem Visions report is sure to have tongues wagging as the company profiles jewellery trends for 2014 in a stunning collection of gemstones and jewellery design.  Read more »
Pandora reported a 40 per cent global revenue increase

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Pandora jewellery revenue up 40 per cent

International jewellery brand Pandora has reported a 40 per cent increase in group sales revenue for Q1 2013, with all geographical regions – including Australia – performing well.  Read more »
Chinese consumers are pushing up global diamond prices

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China inflates diamond prices

Locally-based diamond experts are convinced that China’s new-found obsession with diamonds, combined with a burgeoning middle class, are forcing up prices globally. Read more »
The scholarship will be awarded to someone who is adaptive to changing retail environments

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New scholarship open to young jewellery retailers

The Retail Doctor Group is offering a scholarship worth more than $15,000 to a young “up and coming star” in the retail industry.   Read more »

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