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Discover the tools and technology shaping today's jewellery industry. Images: Orion Nano 20 Watt Laser Engraver, courtesy Australian Jewellers Supplies; Seiko S880 Digital Multi-Tester

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2021 Equipment Innovations: Innovation Information

As the jewellery trade continues to evolve, so too do the tools and equipment used by its workforce, writes ARABELLA RODEN. Read more »
The current personalised jewellery trends have a long and rich history. Image: Foundrae 2020 Campaign

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Personalised Jewellery: Up close & personal

ARABELLA RODEN explores the deep and varied history of personalised jewellery, from birthstones to signet rings and beyond. Read more »
Natural diamond crystal nestled in kimberlite. Image: Shutterstock

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Why diamonds?: Exploring the history and future of the world’s most iconic gemstone

Australian geologist EWEN TYLER (AM) has been called the 'Father of Australian diamonds', having led the discovery of the country's three diamond mines. Here, he reflects on humanity’s captivation with these shimmering stones. Read more »
Fancy colour diamonds offer stunning creative potential. Image: Graff Tribal Collection Campaign 2021, David Morris necklace

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Fancy colour diamonds: A natural selection

While a relatively niche category, the creative appeal and attractive margins of fancy colour diamonds mean they continue to punch above their weight for jewellers, writes ARABELLA RODEN. Read more »
Computer-aided design and manufacturing continues to evolve the modern jewellery trade. Image credit: Palloys

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2021 CAD/CAM Report: Designing the future

Computer-aided design and manufacturing have become an almost intrinsic part of the jewellery industry – especially given the demand for custom makes and personalisation, writes ARABELLA RODEN. Read more »
The recent Watches & Wonders Geneva and Shanghai events provide an opportunity to reflect on the current state of the Swiss watch fairs, and what a return to physical shows could entail.

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Watching the Clock

The hybrid Watches & Wonders trade event – presented digitally in Geneva followed by a physical Shanghai show – has rekindled optimism for the Swiss watch industry, reports MARTIN FOSTER. Read more »
Captivating colours and endless design possibilities – as well as a burgeoning focus on transparent supply chains – are elevating the gemstone category. Image: Gübelin campaign; Chopard brooch; Annu Hu brooch.

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All things bright and beautiful

The popularity of coloured gemstones continues to offer jewellers a spectrum of possibilities – and new innovations in supply chain transparency are making the sector even more desirable, writes ARABELLA RODEN. Read more »
Casting and refining are critical components of any jewellery business, and the sector is impacted by fluctuating metal prices and increased demand for custom makes.

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Reset & refine: tech innovations in casting and refining

The process of casting and refining may be restricted by the laws of physics, but that doesn’t mean innovation is impossible. New technologies are opening up new possibilities, writes CALLUM GLENNEN. Read more »
Hero Image: Mikimoto's 2020 Campaign; Inset: Christie's

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Pearls of Wisdom: tidal shifts in the sector

ARABELLA RODEN examines the tidal shifts in the pearl sector as it confronts the unique challenges of an uncertain future. Read more »
Left to Right: Mondial Pink Diamond Atelier brooch; Linneys tiara; Gimel floral brooches; Graff bird brooch

Diamonds
From birth to timeless legacy: The complete story of Argyle pink diamonds

As the era of the Argyle Mine draws to a close, ARABELLA RODEN explores the compelling history and enduring legacy of the world’s premier source of pink diamonds. Read more »
<b>L to R:</b> Dansk Copenhagen, Karen Walker, Swarovski, Thomas Sabo

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Brand Aid

The benefits of stocking branded jewellery are particularly pertinent in the 'COVID-normal' retail environment, writes Arabella Roden Read more »

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Year of love: Making it count

Arabella Roden explores how a tumultuous and unpredictable 2020 has impacted the wedding and engagement market, and the repercussions for 2021. Read more »
Above: Amethyst rough; Bulgari collier Below: Emerald rough

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Mine to market: Evolution of the rough trade

Sir-Faraz ‘Farooq’ Hashmi explores how cultural and geographic differences shape the journey of colour gemstone rough from the distant corners of Earth to the jeweller’s bench. Read more »

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What’s old is gold: understand vintage and antique jewellery

Arabella Roden explores antique and vintage jewellery to discover what makes this category so compelling – for consumers, collectors, and curators alike. Read more »
Diamond-set jewellery has been the strongest performing category over the past few months, drive by demand for Argyle pink diamonds. Image: Pink Kimberley, SAMS Group

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Trade Update: Australian jewellery sales data during COVID reveals surprising trends

Sales reports indicate Australian consumers have embraced jewellery spending over the past four months, with diamond-set pieces the leading product category. Read more »

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