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A different charm bangle has been designed for each charity

Alex and Ani launches Aussie charity initiative

The local supplier of jewellery brand Alex and Ani has marked the introduction of its charity program by hosting a launch event in Sydney. Read more »
Winning designs from last year's Diamond Guild Australia Jewellery Awards

2017 diamond awards cancelled

The 2017 Diamond Guild Australia awards program has been cancelled due to scheduling conflicts with two other local design competitions. Read more »
The Danish range is said to offer unique, modern and bold designs

Timesupply debuts Euro jewellery range

Another European jewellery brand is set to enter the local market, with news that Timesupply has acquired the exclusive distribution rights to a range heralding from Denmark. Read more »
Operations are expected to commence in October. Image courtesy: <a href="" target="_blank">Merlin Diamonds</a>

Merlin diamond mine resumes operations

An Australian diamond mine is set to reopen after 13 years of being out of operation. Read more »
A list of the 156 potentially affected grading reports have been published. Image courtesy: <a href="" target="_blank">Flickr/Serendipity Diamonds</a>

HRD Antwerp exposes ‘fraudulent’ diamond reports

Transparency in the diamond sector has again been called into question after HRD Antwerp announced it had identified a number of grading report discrepancies. Read more »

More industry division over two jewellery fairs

The Australian jewellery industry continues to be in disarray following Colin Pocklington’s resignation as a director of the JAA but it is what transpired after his decision that has caused disappointment and further rifts in the industry. Read more »

Nationwide, Leading Edge make 2017 jewellery fair decision

Following months of speculation, Nationwide Jewellers and Leading Edge Group Jewellers have announced support for the 2017 Sydney International Jewellery Fair. Read more »
Daniel Becker, left, and Justin Lang in the opal fields outside Coober Pedy. Image courtesy: <a href="" target="_blank">The Australian</a>, Kelly Barnes

Aussie opal industry back in spotlight

Australia’s opal industry has received mainstream media attention as increasing demand from the Asia, India and US markets send prices rising. Read more »
Visitors pour into the Sydney Exhibition Centre @ Glebe Island

Sydney jewellery fair: industry weigh-in

The 2016 Sydney jewellery fair has concluded and while there’s no denying trading and attendance reflected tough market conditions, the presence of fresh products, initiatives and international visitors should boost optimism for the months ahead. Read more »
Nationwide Jewellers members at a DTC sorting facility in Botswana

Nationwide Jewellers reveals more international plans

Nationwide Jewellers is preparing to embark on another international diamond trip, which is an initiative said to improve retailer knowledge and boost consumer confidence. Read more »
Winners, organisers and judges at the 2016 Jewellery Design and Manufacturing Championships

Jewellery championship winners announced

A number of Australian jewellers have been rewarded for their skills and ability to cope under pressure during a recent competition held at the Sydney jewellery fair. Read more »
Tiffany & Co's global sales fell 7 per cent in the first half of 2016. Image courtesy: <a href="" target="_blank">Twitter/Tiffany & Co</a>

Tiffany & Co sales continue to fall

Tiffany & Co sales in the Asia-Pacific region fell for the second consecutive quarter, with the company’s international results also continuing to slide. Read more »

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