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Analysts believe the Apple Watch may be a factor in declining Swiss watch exports

Apple Watch behind Swiss watch exports decline?

Media reports have suggested the Apple Watch could be behind a six-year low in Swiss watch exports as rumours about a second iteration of the smartwatch emerge. Read more »
Blue Nile's third quarter challenges included high-end engagement ring sales and the strengthening US dollar

Aussie diamond sales ‘weak’ for Blue Nile

Despite sliding international sales, including “weakness” in Australia, online diamond and jewellery retailer Blue Nile’s global revenue increased in the third quarter. Read more »
The Blue Moon diamond broke three world auction records

Fugitive buys blue diamond for record US$48.5M

A rare blue diamond believed to have been sold to a convicted felon is among the coloured stones that recently achieved world record prices at auction. Read more »
The 1,111-carat diamond is the second largest in the world

World’s biggest diamond in more than 100 years

A diamond producer has unearthed what is believed to be the second largest stone ever mined in the same week that it uncovered two other large pieces of rough. Read more »
Several diamonds with inflated HRD Antwerp grading reports were sold for more than their actual value

Diamond fraud; harsh sentences handed down

A group of diamond traders have been sentenced for bribing an international grading laboratory employee and committing fraud in relation to diamond grading reports. Read more »
We are not living in an age of disruption

Jewellers don't have to become blacksmiths

These days, traditional shopping strips are full of ‘For lease’ and ‘Vacancy’ signs. COLEBY NICHOLSON explains why this could be a good thing. Read more »
The long legal battle began with Costco's 'grey market' purchase of 117 Omega Seamaster watches

Omega admits defeat in Costco watch battle?

After years of fighting Costco over the unauthorised distribution of its watches, Omega appears to have conceded defeat – but Costco is not having all the luck in court. Read more »
A US federal judge has denied motions from both EGL USA and European Gemological Laboratory

No winners in diamond lab legal stoush

A decade-long legal battle between two diamond grading laboratories with similar names has reached a conclusion that has left both parties unsatisfied. Read more »
Demand for gold jewellery surged in the third quarter as consumers took advantage of low gold prices

Seven-year high for global gold jewellery demand

A dip in the price of gold during the third quarter has led to an increase in global gold jewellery demand during what is traditionally a period of slow sales. Read more »
Rings was one of the strongest performing categories for Pandora Australia in the third quarter

Pandora jewellery sales on the up and up

Pandora Australia’s revenue continues to climb, with its latest results representing its 10th consecutive quarter of significant sales increases. Read more »
 Tag Heuer has released its first smartwatch

Tag Heuer releases Apple Watch challenger

The Swiss watch industry’s latest response to the Apple Watch is the Tag Heuer smartwatch, which combines the look of the traditional mechanical watch with digital functionality. Read more »
Endless Jewelry has appointed a new global supply chain director

Endless Jewelry supply to benefit from new recruit

Danish jewellery brand Endless Jewelry has made an appointment that could improve global production as its international market share continues to expand. Read more »
Ten diamond traders are believed to have been involved in a grading report alteration scheme

Diamond scandal: RapNet suspends members

Online diamond trading network RapNet has suspended 10 members in relation to the alteration of more than 1,000 GIA grading reports. Read more »
ABC Bullion will produce the Melbourne Cup trophy from 2016

Jewellery supplier lands Melbourne Cup trophy deal

A local metal services provider has been awarded a five-year contract to manufacture the prestigious horse racing award, the Melbourne Cup. Read more »
Smith and Smith will cease trading at the end of November 2015

Watch company closes as spare parts dry up

The evolution of watch manufacturing has prompted one of Australia’s oldest watch and clock suppliers to close up shop. Read more »

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