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NSW police are looking for a suspect who allegedly swapped a diamond for a 'fake'

5-carat diamond swapped for ‘fake’ at Cerrone store

A 5-carat diamond valued at approximately $300,000 has been stolen from a Cerrone store in Sydney’s CBD after it was reportedly switched for a stone of lesser value. Read more »
Thomas Jewellers has announced it will shut up shop in Melbourne's Bourke Street Mall

Thomas Jewellers closes high-profile Melbourne store

Jewellery retail chain Thomas Jewellers has announced the closure of its high-profile store located at the Royal Arcade building in Melbourne’s Bourke Street Mall. Read more »
Four men have been arrested and charged for their involvement in a crime syndicate targeting jewellers

Alleged international crime syndicate targets jewellers

NSW police have arrested four men in relation to an alleged international crime syndicate involving Sydney jewellery ‘dealers’ and last month’s International Jewellery Fair (IJF). Read more »
Two jewellers ran a charity marathon to raise money for cancer research. Image courtesy: <a href="">Facebook|Sydney Running Festival</a>

Jewellers honour sales rep at charity run

Two Queensland jewellers have completed the Sydney Running Festival in an effort to raise money for the Australian Cancer Research Foundation (ACRF) and pay tribute to a sales representative who passed away earlier this year. Read more »
De Beers Group's IIDGR has released its synthetic screening machine

De Beers releases synthetic screening device for jewellers

De Beers Group has introduced an ‘industry-first’ synthetic detection device for retailers that screens multiple diamonds set in jewellery. Read more »
Australian South Sea pearls have recently been certified sustainable. Image courtesy: Paspaley

World first as Aussie pearls declared sustainable

Additional marketing opportunities now exist for Australian South Sea pearls, with the announcement they have been certified sustainable by the independent ‘gold standard’ Marine Stewardship Council (MSC). Read more »
The multi-level Pandora store will replace Nine West in Melbourne's Bourke Street Mall

Pandora jewellery moves into Bourke Street Mall

Pandora is set to open a multi-level store in Melbourne’s iconic Bourke Street Mall after signing what is believed to be one of the biggest retail leasing deals this year. Read more »
Tiffany & Co released its sales for the second quarter and first half of 2017. Image courtesy: <a href="">Tiffany & Co</a>

Tiffany & Co ‘modest’ sales driven by wholesale and online

Tiffany & Co’s modest rise in global revenue for the second quarter and first half of 2017 has been largely attributed to the company’s wholesale diamond and online sales. Read more »
This year's fair, held at the new ICC, delivered a bevy of new products and initiatives

Sydney jewellery fair delivers action-packed three days

The 2017 Sydney International Jewellery Fair (IJF) has concluded, with the organiser and exhibitors delivering on the promise of exciting new products, presentations, demonstrations and many other initiatives. Read more »
The indsutry's best of the best were recently awarded at two jewellery design competitions

Jewellery industry’s finest talents recognised

Australia and New Zealand’s most talented jewellers have been celebrated at two lavish design award events in Sydney. Read more »
The inconsistencies surrounding Amanda Hunter's resignation has left some in the industry puzzled

Confusion over JAA executive director’s position

The industry confusion over Amanda Hunter’s position at, and involvement with, the Jewellers Association of Australia (JAA) continues. Read more »
De Beers Group's investment in marketing diamond jewellery is its biggest spend in nearly a decade

De Beers to significantly boost diamond marketing budget

De Beers Group has announced it will invest more than US$140 million (AU$176 m) in advertising diamond jewellery globally, the highest figure the company has spent in nearly a decade. Read more »
A petition asking government to introduce heavier sentencing for armed robbery offenders is being organised

Jewellers petition for stricter robbery penalties

The Victorian branch of the Jewellers Association of Australia (JAA) has organised a petition calling upon the state government to introduce heavier sentencing for people committing armed robberies. Read more »

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