Podium Software
advertisement
Podium Software
advertisement
Podium Software
advertisement
Goto your account
Search Stories by: 
and/or
 

Search Results - News, Opal Jewellery

your search of 'News, Opal Jewellery' has 31 results.

sort by  Recent ▼
showing 1 - 15 of 31 results   
1
2
3
Organised by the Queensland Boulder Opal Association (QBOA), the event – now ninth year of the competition – will be held at The Waltzing Matilda Museum in Winton and open to Australian opal designers and jewellers.

News
Boulder opal jewellery awards to showcase successful designers

Australia’s homegrown boulder opal – one of the world’s rarest and most valuable gemstones – will be showcased during the 2022 Queen of Gems Jewellery Awards in July. Read more »
Damien Cody, director of Cody Opal Australia, is among the plaintiffs in a class-action lawsuit against insurance giant Lloyds – one of two suits currently underway due to pandemic insurance payouts. Image credit: ABC News/Kyle Harley

News
Australian jewellery retailer joins COVID-19 class action lawsuit

A number of Australian small business owners who have been denied insurance payouts for losses sustained during the COVID-19 pandemic have joined class-action lawsuits against several industry giants. Read more »
Angela Hampton’s ‘Paradise Blue’ – featuring Queensland boulder opal, sapphire and tsavorite garnet – won the Professional Category - Jewellery Design and People’s Choice Award.

News
Boulder Opal Awards reward bold jewellers

The Queen of Gems International Jewellery Design Awards have recognised leading jewellers specialising in the unique Australian gemstone. Read more »
Some of the Australian jewellery industry’s most creative opal specialists were rewarded in Lightning Ridge recently.

News
Awards recognise unconventional opal designs

The winners of the International Opal Jewellery Design Awards (IOJDA) have been announced following the prize-giving gala at the Lightning Ridge Opal Festival on 26 July. Read more »
Photo Courtesy: Ian Bone

News
Aussie gems impress in London

As reported by the ABC, Australian opals have made a splash at London Fashion Week. A masterclass held in the UK capital by Australian ethical gem supplier Ian Bone, of Capricorn Gems, informed British designers and international buyers about how the gemstones are extracted, mined and cut. Read more »

News
Australian Opal Centre seeks patrons

Moves are afoot to construct a state-of-the-art Australian Opal Centre (AOC) building for education, training and certification. Read more »
A stand-alone opal guide was formalised at this year's CIBJO conference

News
Opal key issue at 2017 CIBJO

A stand-alone opal guide is set to be implemented by CIBJO five years after it was first raised at the Moscow Congress in 2013, and following it being formalised by delegates earlier this month. Read more »
The indsutry's best of the best were recently awarded at two jewellery design competitions

News
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 »
Australian black opal has made headlines after a US jewellery designer was awarded at an international competition

News
US jewellery designer triumphs with Aussie opal

A Texan-based jewellery designer who exclusively works with Australian black opal from Lightning Ridge in NSW took to the world stage after being recognised at a renowned US competition. Read more »
The competition's Prestige Professional Jeweller Award winner was Vick Nackashian. Image courtesy: L.G.Edlund

News
Aussie contest highlights ‘non-traditional’ opal jewellery

A biennial opal jewellery design competition that encourages ‘unconventional’ use of Australia’s national gemstone has been well-received both locally and internationally.  Read more »
Local jewellery designers will be able to show off their skills in several competitions. Image courtesy: <a href= "http://bit.ly/2rVFi7k" target="_blank">Flickr/Nico Oved</a>

News
New jewellery comp reaches ‘record’ entry levels

The Jewellery Design Awards (JDA) has achieved a “record” number of entries, signalling demand for the competition and support of local manufacturing and design. Read more »
This year, the inaugural Jewellery Design Awards has a prize pool exceeding $80,000

News
Biggest jewellery comp now open; $80,000 prizes

Registration for the inaugural Jewellery Design Awards (JDA), which has a prize pool exceeding $80,000, is now open. Read more »
The Fire of Australia weighs an estimated 998 grams. Image courtesy: South Australian Museum

News
Fire of Australia opal finds permanent home

An Australian gemstone that is said to be the world’s most valuable piece of rough opal will now reside within the South Australian Museum’s permanent collection. Read more »
More than 40 countries gathered for the 2016 CIBJO Congress

News
Opal a hot topic at CIBJO 2016

A stand-alone guide for opal that would be spearheaded by Australian delegates was among a number of industry issues discussed at the 2016 CIBJO Congress. Read more »
Daniel Becker, left, and Justin Lang in the opal fields outside Coober Pedy. Image courtesy: <a href="http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/nation/gem-next-in-grip-of-sparkle-fever-and-they-dig-it/news-story/7b4d511b7ebd3daea4e50c79e822333d?login=1" target="_blank">The Australian</a>, Kelly Barnes

News
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 »

sort by  Recent ▼
showing 1 - 15 of 31 results   
1
2
3



Read current issue

login to my account
Username: Password:
Showcase Australia (JIMACO)
advertisement
SAMS Group Australia
advertisement
Duraflex Group Australia
advertisement
© 2022 Befindan Media