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Nationwide Jewellers has released an app that retailers can use at industry events

Jeweller’s app to improve trade event productivity

Nationwide Jewellers has introduced an app that is expected to improve the experience for those attending the buying group’s annual industry events. Read more »
Diamond jewellery sales exceeded US$80 billion for the first time in 2014

Diamond jewellery sales exceed $100 billion

A recent report has indicated that despite an increase in global diamond jewellery demand and rough diamond production in 2014, industry performance may stagnate this year. Read more »
Mondial is believed to be the first Australian jeweller to feature real same-sex couples in its marketing

Local jewellers start to focus on same-sex couples

In another example of the evolving bridal jewellery sector, an Australian retailer has joined the likes of Tiffany & Co by launching an advertising campaign featuring real-life same-sex couples. Read more »
Clockwise from top left: the Hope Spinel; Christie's 16.08-carat pink diamond; the ring and earrings from Leonard Joel's record-breaking emerald and diamond suite; Leonard Joel's Tiffany ring; Sotheby's 12.03-carat Blue Moon

Record-breaking gemstones flood auction sector

The jewellery auction market appears to be buzzing with news that a renowned spinel has sold for about five times more than expected, while a record-breaking sale has taken place in Australia. Read more »
A man has been dealt a jail sentence for his involvement in two 'ram-raid' jewellery robberies. Source: Jamila Toderas

Jail time for jewellery ram-raider

A thief who brazenly smashed a car into two jewellery storefronts and stole thousands of dollars in goods has been sentenced to jail. Read more »
An Australian jewellery designer won third prize in an international CAD contest

Aussie awarded in international jewellery contest

A local jewellery designer has placed third in an international CAD design competition. Read more »
De Beers will offer a synthetic diamond screening service in India

Synthetic diamond service to boost consumer trust

De Beers Group has announced a new synthetic detection service as the diamond industry continues to bolster itself against the threat of undisclosed stones. Read more »
KDL allegedly failed to disclose a diamond price increase assumption in its profit forecasts

Aussie diamond producer lands in more trouble

The former head of an Australian diamond mining company may face jail time for allegedly misleading shareholders about a yellow diamond deal with Tiffany & Co. Read more »
Blue Nile's 'webroom' is designed to convert offline consumers to online customers

Blue Nile plans bricks-and-mortar expansion

Online diamond and jewellery retailer Blue Nile has revealed plans to increase its number of physical stores after the success of its first bricks-and-mortar trial. Read more »
Vacheron Constantin’s Reference 57260 features 57 complications

The Swiss get more complicated with new watch

A Swiss watch manufacturer has unveiled a timepiece that it claims is the most complicated watch ever made. Read more »
Tiffany & Co has won a lawsuit against Costco's use of the term 'Tiffany setting' to sell its engagement rings. Source: Tiffany & Co

Tiffany & Co claims win in Costco trademark battle

Tiffany & Co has come up trumps in its high-profile trademark dispute with retail chain Costco, which had been using the word ‘Tiffany’ to sell engagement rings. Read more »
Pandora hosted a VIP event to mark the relaunch of the new-look Pitt Street store

Pandora jewellery flagship receives makeover

Pandora Australia has held a VIP event to celebrate the re-design of one if its most high-profile concept stores, and some of the new ideas could be implemented by the brand’s independent stockists. Read more »


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