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An upcoming auction will play host to the world's largest fancy intense pink diamond

‘Exceptionally rare’ pink diamond to hit auction block

Expectations for the upcoming auction of the world’s largest fancy intense pink diamond are running high, with the diamond expected to fetch more than $25 million, according to Sotheby’s. Read more »
All Thomas Jewellers stores will close in the upcoming months

Thomas Jewellers closing all stores; revamp canned

In a strange turn of events, Thomas Jewellers has confirmed the closure of its stores just one month after the jewellery chain announced a renewed focus on regional locations and the roll-out of new store designs. Read more »
An Australian mining company is expected to find more fancy yellow diamonds. Image courtesy: <a href="">Ellendale Diamonds Australia</a>

New Aussie mine to yield fancy yellow diamonds

An Australian mining company has secured an agreement to commence operations at its diamond mine located near a site that once produced approximately half of the world’s supply of fancy yellow stones. Read more »
After celebrating its 100th anniversary in August, Wallace Bishop's apprentice jeweller has won two industry awards

Wallace Bishop apprentice wins top award

Jewellery chain Wallace Bishop has had its training prowess recognised, after its apprentice jeweller recently took out two industry awards. Read more »
TWM Co is offering a same-day order and return service for its ‘plain’ wedding ring range

Local wedding ring supplier heralds changes

Wedding ring supplier TWM Co has introduced a new service in an effort to help jewellers meet current consumer demands. Read more »
Tara Jewels, an Indian jewellery company, is set to acquire a 49 per cent stake in Bevilles

Indian company to acquire stake in Bevilles jewellers

Indian jewellery company Tara Jewels will acquire a 49 per cent stake in Bevilles, four years after forming a “strategic alliance” with the Australian jewellery retailer. Read more »

Jewellers association financial statements raise questions

Jeweller has obtained a copy of the Jewellers Association of Australia’s (JAA) Financial Statements for the year ended 30 June 2017, which would appear to contain a number of errors or discrepancies. Read more »
Les Georgettes is gearing up to make a strong impact in the Australian and New Zealand markets

Les Georgettes commits to Australian jewellery market

A recent visit by its vice president and the establishment of a wholly-owned subsidiary indicates that French jewellery company Les Georgettes is committed to making an impact in the Australian and New Zealand markets. Read more »
A gold dealer accused of selling stolen jewellery is also reportedly involved in a gold tax scam. Image courtesy: Herald Sun

Melbourne jewellery robberies linked to gold GST fraud

Alejandro Mendieta Blanco, the diamond and gold dealer recently accused of selling stolen jewellery linked to a spate of Melbourne robberies, is reportedly also being investigated for the widely publicised gold tax scam. Read more »
Police allege those accused “wore disguises and distracted victims while other syndicate members stole their property”

More charges for alleged jewellery crime ring

Additional charges have been laid against the men arrested in relation to an alleged international crime syndicate targeting Sydney jewellery ‘dealers’. Read more »
Nationwide Jewellers has announced who will be the keynote speaker at its upcoming annual conference

Nationwide Jewellers reveals international keynote speaker

An international retail sales expert who previously worked with diamond brand Hearts on Fire has been announced as Nationwide Jewellers’ keynote speaker at its 2018 annual conference. Read more »
The arrests relate to stolen jewellery believed to be linked to brazen Melbourne store attacks. Image courtesy: Victoria Police

Breakthrough in Melbourne jewellery robberies

The Melbourne jewellery industry has again been thrust into the spotlight with news that three men have been arrested in relation to the receiving and selling of stolen jewellery believed to be linked to a string of armed robberies in the past year. Read more »


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