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HYT H1 Hyrdo Mechanical Watch.

Watch merges NASA tech with the pharaohs

Used to accurately tell time 3,000 years ago, a watchmaker has harnessed the power and simplicity of fluid mechanics to produce a timepiece that Pharaohs would have been proud to wear.

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A creative Bilk Gallery piece by Jill Hermans, Small Square, Brooch 2012, Shibuichi, brooch pin, 40 x 40mm

Young jewellery designers on tour

Some of Australia’s most impressive jewellery design talent will be showcased over the coming month as part of a jewellery exhibition showcasing emerging artists.

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Some cards from last year's Trollbeads campaign

Trollbeads fans calling for cards

Trollbeads is calling on the jewellery industry to help spread the word about its “Share a Christmas Card with a Stranger" promotion. Read more »
The New Zealand Kagi team (L-R): Helen Thompson-Carter, Geoff Neal, Kat Gee, Ross Milne

Jewellery designer makes Deloitte Fast 50

Across the ‘Ditch’, New Zealand jewellery brand Kagi Jewellery has made the Deloitte Fast 50 for the second year running, finishing in a highly credible 26th position. Kagi experienced 257 percent growth over the past two years. Read more »
2012 Argyle Pink Diamonds Tender, "Argyle Siren"

Price of Argyle pink diamonds continues to rise

The strong prices generated by the recent Rio Tinto 2012 Argyle Pink Diamonds Tender provided further evidence of the increasing value of the rare gemstones. Read more »
Rami Baron, vice president of the Trade and Promotion Commission of the World Federation of Diamond Bourses

Diamond industry develops World Diamond Mark initiative

The international diamond industry has a new voice following the launch of the World Diamond Mark, a not-for-profit marketing arm for the industry. Read more »
The 2013 JAA International Jewellery Fair will go ahead at the Darling Harbour Convention Centre.

Swarovski event among changes at 2013 Jewellery Fairs

A Swarovski international design competition launch event, new opening hours and a revised floor layout are just some of the changes planned for fairs in 2013. Read more »
Ritani's new clicks and bricks business model explained online

Jeweller combines new with old selling methods

In an ever-evolving market, one online engagement ring retailer is embracing traditional shoppers, too, by partnering with a network of trusted local bricks and mortar stores. Read more »
A new report has revealed that 47% of luxury brands now sell online

Luxury jewellery brands embracing online

An annual report has shown the world’s leading luxury jewellery brands are finally catching on to the importance of the digital world to their business. Read more »
Tiffany & Co has developed a new program to target its wealthiest customers.

Tiffany team to cash in on cashed up

Tiffany & Co. is targeting the rich via a specially-created team that brings the shop to you – with a showcase of items each worth $50,000 or more. Read more »
The 76-carat Archduke Joseph diamond to be auctioned at Christies

76-carat flawless diamond to be auctioned

A 76-carat diamond billed as being perfect in colour and internally flawless is expected to fetch more than $15 million when it is auctioned by Christies in next month. Read more »
Mark King's winning CAD design

King crowned for CAD designed ring

Another Australian jeweller has tasted success in an international jewellery design competition, once again highlighting the depth of talent in the local industry.
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