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Revenue in the Asia-Pacific region declined for Tiffany & Co in the first quarter of 2016

More sales declines for Tiffany & Co

Tiffany & Co’s sales in Asia-Pacific fell in the first quarter of 2016, with the company’s global results also taking a tumble. Read more »
The Oppenheimer Blue has set a new world auction record

Oppenheimer Blue diamond smashes auction record

A fancy vivid blue diamond appears to have lived up to expectations, having set a new record price for any diamond, gemstone or piece of jewellery sold at auction. Read more »
(L-R) Bill Pulver, ARU CEO, and Toru Koizumi, Seiko Australia managing director

Aussie jewellers to benefit from Seiko rugby deal

In a move expected to increase brand awareness in the local market, Seiko watches has expanded its partnership with Australian Rugby. Read more »
Consumers allege that Kay Jewelers has replaced their diamonds with lower-quality stones

Jeweller accused of switching diamonds for fakes

A large jewellery retail chain has been accused of swapping customers’ diamonds for lower-valued stones while conducting work such as repairs, re-sizing and cleaning. Read more »
The JAA will conduct its own jewellery fair from 2017, ending its association with the International Jewellery Fair

Sydney jewellery fair organiser hits back at JAA

The organiser of the International Jewellery Fair is seeking to “set the record straight” in response to the JAA’s announcement that it has ended ties with the event and will conduct its own show. Read more »
Endless has appointed a new CEO in the wake of further executive staff resignations

Endless Jewelry reshuffle continues

Only months after the abrupt departure of its founder, Endless Jewelry has announced further restructuring of the global management team, including the appointment of a new CEO. Read more »
 Diama is Swarovski's first venture into synthetic diamond jewellery

Swarovski dives into synthetic diamond market

Following its initial foray into ‘fine jewellery’, Swarovski has launched another jewellery venture with a seemingly high-end focus – this time, featuring synthetic diamonds. Read more »
 Pandora's Australian sales increased almost 50 per cent in the first quarter

Pandora targets new jewellery category amid strong results

Pandora Australia has kicked off 2016 with strong sales as it expands its marketing focus to include an additional product category. Read more »
The Constellation, weighing 813 carats, sold for more than $86 million

Rough diamond secures record – but for how long?

An 813-carat rough diamond has achieved a record sale price but its position is expected to be quickly overtaken by the upcoming auction of the ‘second largest’ diamond ever unearthed. Read more »
West End Collection has been appointed local distributor for Olivia Burton

UK watch brand keeps fashionable eye on Australia

A UK watch business that is believed to have experienced significant success in international markets has set its sights on Australia and New Zealand, having appointed a distributor for the region. Read more »
Polished diamonds with IIDGR and GHI reports can now be listed on RapNet. Image courtesy: <a href="" target="_blank">Forevermark</a>

De Beers, GHI approved for RapNet listing

Reports from De Beers Group’s new grading service will now be listed on the RapNet online diamond trading platform, along with those from another laboratory that has ties to EGL USA. Read more »
The decline in global diamond jewellery demand was attributed to the negative impact of the US dollar. Image courtesy: <a href="" target="_blank">Forevermark</a>

US dollar deals blow to diamond jewellery

Global diamond jewellery demand appears to have taken a hit in 2015, with a recent study showing a decline in sales resulting largely from the strength of the US dollar. Read more »
Jewellery sales are expected to increase this Mother's Day. Image courtesy: <a href="" target="_blank">Michael Hill </a>

Jewellers get creative with Mother’s Day promotions

Jewellery retailers and suppliers are gearing up for Mother’s Day, as Australian analysts predict an increase in retail spending. Read more »
The study suggested jewellers should optimise their organic search result visibility. Image courtesy: <a href="" target="_blank">Cartier</a>

Jewellery, watch brands increase SEO efforts

An investigation into the search engine practices of the jewellery and watch industry suggests spending money to increase online visibility is not necessarily the best strategy. Read more »

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