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Now Showing: Microwaved rubies; secrets of the Crown Jewels of France; and a musical Dior brooch

Take a few moments to enjoy Jeweller's Friday Flicks video selection including updates on current affairs and insights into our jewellery trade. This week, watch a ruby form in a microwave, discover the history of a musical antique Dior brooch, and learn the secrets of France's royal jewellery collection. Read more »

My Store
My Store: John Franich Jewellers

John Franich Jewellers' offers traditional core values of a family-owned business. Read more »
A statement announcing the new Pandora Brilliance lab-created diamond range has been criticised as "misleading" by a range of diamond and jewellery associations.  Image credit: Pandora

News
Natural diamond organisations protest Pandora statement

Several diamond and jewellery industry associations have demanded Pandora Jewelry retract elements of a recent statement regarding its decision to stop stocking natural diamond, claiming it promotes the “false and misleading narrative” that lab-created diamonds are “an ethical choice” when compared with natural diamonds. Read more »
The second and third generation of the Marks family to run the jewellery business – (L–R) Graeme Marks, Rolf Marks, Ken Marks, and Percy Marks Jr. Inset: An Australian black opal brooch gifted from founder Percy 'The Opal King' Marks to his wife, Eliza Robinson Barton.

Oldest Jewellers in Australia
Now & Then: Percy Marks

Jeweller takes a closer look at the history of Percy Marks with Cameron Marks, managing director, as it turns 122 this year. Read more »
<b>L to R:</b> Anna Hu brooch; Fred Leighton necklace; Neha Dani bracelet.

Gemstones
The magic of moonstone

The aptly named moonstone has been associated with the moon across various cultures throughout history. In Hindu mythology, moonstone is believed to be made of solidified moonbeams. 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.

Feature Stories
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.

Feature Stories
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 »

Soapbox & Opinions
Dispelling the myths and misconceptions about jewellery valuations

RIKKI MCANDREW explores how jewellery valuations have evolved over time and what jewellers and consumers can expect from a modern valuation. 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.

Feature Stories
Reset & refine

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 »
The Reflex Active watch from Heart & Grace.

New Products
Heart & Grace

Reflex Active smartwatches never compromise on style or functionality. Read more »

Business
Does your store have ‘community charisma’?

Today’s consumers want to feel connected to the businesses they purchase from – and being part of the local community goes a long way towards earning their trust and con dence, write RICH KIZER and GEORGANNE BENDER. Read more »
Build your sales strategy on a solid foundation of virtuous values.

Tips on Selling
The virtues that business leaders should use to inform their sales strategy right now

SUE BARRETT explains how sales performance and management can be improved by implementing a new strategy that is driven by three key values of trustworthiness, co-operation, and gratitude. Read more »
A decision may ‘feel’ right, but it can’t be made without a factual basis.

Management
Relying on gut instinct is not enough when building your retail strategy

BRIAN WALKER explores the powers – and limitations – of intuition when it comes to managing a retail business and how experience interacts with data. Read more »
Marketing efforts should focus on a customer’s second purchase.

Business
Why second is better than first when it comes to sales

A customer’s second purchase with your business is the most critical part of the buying journey – and this should be the focus of your marketing strategy, writes CHRIS PETERSEN. Read more »
Revitalising your business’ blog is an effective way to boost your Google ranking.

Logged On
Overlooked blogging strategies that can improve your digital marketing results

BETH WALKER discusses simple ways to update and upgrade your blog content to make it more effective at attracting readers, improving your search-engine ranking, and appealing to your audience. Read more »

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