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The database is designed to provide jewellers with greater confidence when negotiating leases

New jewellery lease database receives go-ahead

A new national tenancy database that will assist jewellers in negotiating lease agreements with landlords has been given the green light by government authorities to proceed.  Read more »

How to decrease your leasing costs

While rental reviews can be a sore point for jewellers, experts say a little knowledge about leasing laws can go a long way to knowing your rights and reducing your costs. Read more »
An initial public offering for Lovisa is expected to be made by the end of the year

Lovisa jewellery chain to go public

The owner of Australian fashion jewellery chain Lovisa is reportedly looking to take the business public within the next few months. Read more »
Core Jewels' new collection incorporates diamonds and near-field communication technology

Diamonds and technology: a girl’s best friend?

A diamond jewellery business has become one of the latest contenders in the wearable technology arena, suggesting that this sector is no longer only the domain of big-name electronic companies.
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The Viking treasure was discovered by metal detector enthusiast Derek McLennan

Viking jewellery bounty found on church grounds

A metal detector enthusiast has unearthed what is said to be one of the largest Viking gold and silver treasure discoveries in modern times. Read more »
In a "landmark" ruling, internet service providers can now be ordered to block counterfeit websites

‘Landmark’ ruling blocks fake jewellery websites

International luxury group Richemont has won a court order that will require internet service providers to block access to websites that sell counterfeit jewellery and watches. Read more »

A tale of two (jewellery) locations

A violent armed robbery recently highlighted the risks for jewellery stores and, ironically, COLEBY NICHOLSON says it draws attention to the pros and cons of shopping centres. Read more »
The first quarter echoed the flat trading conditions of Michael Hill's 2013-14 full year results

Flat start to the year for Michael Hill jewellery

Michael Hill International has reported flat first quarter sales for the current fiscal year as it continues to trial its new jewellery brand’s retail model. Read more »
Brimelow Diamonds has brought small, Russian cut diamonds back to Australia

Russian diamonds make Aussie comeback

After conducting a soft launch in Australia earlier this year, a new supplier of Russian cut diamonds has announced its official entry into the local market. Read more »
Citizen's new global campaign focuses on the Eco-Drive Satellite Wave F100 watch

Citizen goes global with new watch campaign

Citizen Watch has implemented its first global advertising campaign in order to communicate a single, consistent brand message to consumers. Read more »
Cartier's introduction of 120 new watch models is an example of the brand's continued efforts to innovate. Source: Cartier

Lessons from the top jewellery brands

Jewellery retailers Cartier and Tiffany & Co have once again made it into a global ranking of the world’s best brands. Read more »
Handwriting and drawings can now be laser engraved into jewellery pieces

Uberkate ups the ante in personalised jewellery

Uberkate is said to have taken personalised jewellery to the next level with the launch of a new service that allows for an exact replica of a handwritten message to be engraved onto a piece of jewellery. Read more »


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