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Are you open for business? Why not check, you could be surprised

A small jewellery store recently discovered that, according to Google, it had closed. The situation reminds COLEBY NICHOLSON of Monty Python’s ‘Not dead yet’ sketch. Read more »
A number of topical jewellery industry issues were raised at the 2015 CIBJO Congress

CIBJO seeks to ‘monitor’ diamond labs

An international forum of jewellery, gemstone and grading organisations has raised a number of important industry issues and established further actions to address them. Read more »
Endless Jewelry's new manufacturing partnership will help meet strong global demand

Endless demand for new Danish jewellery brand

Demand appears to be soaring for Danish newcomer Endless Jewelry, which has signed a partnership agreement to double its jewellery production capacity. Read more »
Susan Blennerhassett's Starstruck earrings came second in the Gold/Platinum category

Aussies win international jewellery awards

The skills of Australian jewellers have been recognised on the world stage with two local jewellery designers receiving awards in an international competition. Read more »
The alleged Hatton Garden jewellery thieves ranged in age from 42 to 76. Source: Elizabeth Cook

‘Dad’s Army’ charged for Hatton Garden jewellery raid

A group of somewhat unlikely suspects have been charged in relation to the high-profile Hatton Garden jewellery heist. Read more »
World Shiner's operations have adapted to changes in the diamond trade

Local diamond dealer adapts to market shifts

A local diamond supplier has announced a number of changes to its business in response to new demands placed on dealers at a retailer and consumer level. Read more »
De Beers is seeking a new operator to extend the life of the Kimberley Mines diamond operation

De Beers to sell flagship diamond mine

The De Beers Group is looking to sell its well-known Kimberley diamond mining operation, which was said to have dominated the diamond industry for nearly a century. Read more »
Synova's laser cutting technology is said to offer benefits to the diamond industry

Latest De Beers investment to benefit diamantaires

De Beers Group has purchased a stake in a company that potentially offers improved cutting technology to the diamond industry. Read more »
Geologists are questioning whether Australian opal qualifies as a Global Heritage Stone Resource

Aussie opal considered for world stage

Australian opal is currently at the centre of a debate as to whether it should receive international recognition as a heritage stone. Read more »
The GIA has issued a recall of 424 diamond grading reports

Industry on high alert for undisclosed treated diamonds

The diamond industry has taken swift action in an attempt to address suspicions that hundreds of undisclosed treated stones have hit the global market. Read more »
Australian sales for Pandora rings increased almost 60 per cent in the first quarter

Pandora jewellery on hot streak

Pandora Australia has continued its run of positive results, with revenue for the first quarter of 2015 marking two uninterrupted years of significant increases. Read more »
The Cartier store in Cannes has become a target for thieves

$25M jewellery heist rocks Cannes ahead of red carpet event

Cannes – the French city renowned for hosting the international film festival – has again been targeted by jewellery thieves who this time have stolen millions of dollars in jewellery and watches from a high-end retailer. Read more »


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