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Amy Kennedy (Silver), ErinThompson (Bronze), Tayron Scagnetti (Gold)

Gold for WA jeweller

West Australian jewellery apprentice Tayron Scagnetti is currently honing his skills for a chance to compete in Germany following his win in the National Worldskills Competition earlier this month. Read more »
This 20.15ct diamond mounted in 18ct gold ring sold for $222,000

20-carat diamond sells at Aussie auction

A near-record diamond and a historic watch were standouts at Sotheby’s recent jewellery sale in Melbourne, with both local and international buyers showing strong interest in many of the high-end collectors’ items. Read more »
Pandora's latest Murano glass bead addition to its Pink Ribbon collection

Pandora releases new pink charm

International jewellery giant Pandora has continued its support of the National Breast Cancer Foundation with its seventh addition to its Pink Ribbon jewellery collection. Read more »
The alleged thief caught on CCTV believed to be a Columbian national

Second arrest over $2.5 million jewellery haul

An international gang believed to be responsible for a spate of jewellery robberies netting more than $2.5 million following the arrest of a 27-year old man, believed to be a Colombian national. Read more »
The Twinkle Setting allows the center stone to dance

Dancing diamonds dazzle jewellery buyers

The Twinkle Setting is an innovative new jewellery concept which allows the stone to continually move to create a consistent sparkle, alluding to the vision of “dancing” diamonds. Read more »
Komali Moon is a new online-only jewellery retailer.

Jewellery Fair suppliers deny online retailer

An Australian internet retailer who attended the recent Sydney Jewellery Fair to order new stock found little success, claiming all of the brands she was interested in declined to open an online-only account. Read more »
The new 'Sparkling Pink' watch

Guess Watches renews support for cancer research

Guess Watches has announced a second special edition Sparkling Pink watch range as part of its continuing support of the National Breast Cancer Foundation. Read more »
The new 'deafinite style' hearing aid

Brighter is better for hearing aid 'jewellery'

A new German-designed hearing aid takes the shape of a large gauge earring, and is part of a new wave of hearing aids that value fashion as well as function. Read more »
A Shiels store in Smithfield was robbed at knifepoint.

Shiels robbed again, Police close in on thief

A Shiels Jewellers store was robbed last week, with a man stealing a gold chain and threatening staff with a knife. Read more »
The tender will showcase dozens of diamonds with showings in Australia, Asia, and the UK.

Exceptional diamonds in 2012 Tender

Investors and high-end fine jewellers are reaching for their cheque books following the launch of Rio Tinto’s 2012 collection of exceptionally rare pink, red and blue diamonds. Read more »
Diamond in the roughage: the fake diamond recovered.

Swallowed diamond revealed as ‘fake’

A new twist has been revealed in the bizarre case of the Chinese diamond-swallowing thief, with authorities now believing it was a hoax to act as a diversion for an accomplice. Read more »
Jeweller of the Year joint winners, Martin Linning and Martyn Brown

Exceptional quality at jewellery awards

The JAA Jewellery Awards in Sydney last week have highlighted an exciting future for the industry, with innovation and craftsmanship reaching an exceptional level. Read more »


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