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Inari Kiuru, winner of the jewellery design category in the 2011 Australasian Student Design Awards

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Design Institute awards Melbourne student for sustainable jewellery

Melburnian Inari Kiuru edged out 18 competitors from all over Australia to bag top prize in the jewellery design category of the 2011 Australasian Student Design Awards (ASDA). Read more »
Victorinox Swiss Army's new AirBoss timepiece

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Timesupply acquires distribution for Victorinox Swiss Army watches

Timesupply has become the exclusive distributor for Victorinox Swiss Army (VSA) watches in Australia after a deal was signed at BaselWorld. Read more »
Despite Australia's gold production soaring, the domestic jewellery industry's use of that gold has decreased

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Australia’s gold jewellery production on way down

The 2011 World Gold Survey has found that although Australia’s gold mine production soared last year, the domestic jewellery industry's gold production has decreased. Read more »
Retail Edge is urging attendees to submit questions for Matthew Stuller, keynote speaker of the Edge Down Under Conference

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Retail Edge urges attendees to prepare for Stuller talk

Retail Edge is giving attendees of the Edge Down Under Conference the opportunity to submit questions for keynote speaker, USA jewellery retail entrepreneur Matthew Stuller ahead of the event. Read more »
The Argyle pink diamond limited edition 'O' Pendant

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Sydney charity auction for rare Argyle pink diamond pendant

Pink diamond gallery and high-end jeweller Mondial Neuman has been given the opportunity to auction off a rare Argyle pink diamond pendant, and intends to donate every cent raised to an indigenous charity. Read more »
Scroll earrings from Kiwi jewellery designer Julie Eynon who is set to make her debut at the Melbourne Autumn Jewellery fair

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Melbourne jewellery fair attracts new suppliers

A handful of jewellery distributors are set to make their Australian trade fair debut at the inaugural Autumn Jewellery Fair in Melbourne on April 30. Read more »
Tiffany & Co is yet again suing another group of websites that is allegedly selling counterfeit Tiffany products

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Tiffany sues more counterfeit jewellery sites

Luxury jeweller Tiffany & Co is suing another group of websites that it claims are selling counterfeit versions of its product, according to US reports. Read more »
Najo's founder Jo Tory said further price hikes in the silver industry weren't necessarily a bad thing

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Global silver jewellery production hits five-year high

Despite a near 38 per cent rise in average silver prices, global silver jewellery production rose by more than 5 per cent to a five-year high in 2010, according to the 2011 World Silver Survey. Read more »
Zamels, accused a second time of misleading advertising

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ACCC prosecutes Zamel’s for ‘misleading’ price ads – again

Zamel’s has been taken to task by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) for misleading catalogue advertising for the second time in five years. Read more »
Some of Piccolo's white gold will be replicated in silver

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Piccolo to launch first silver jewellery range

Gold jewellery children’s brand Piccolo is set to launch its first sterling silver range at the inaugural Autumn Jewellery Fair in Melbourne. Read more »
Four diamonds worth millions of dollars were stolen from BaselWorld

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Millions stolen from BaselWorld diamond trader

Four diamonds worth millions of dollars were stolen from BaselWorld, the world’s biggest watch and jewellery fair, on March 30. Read more »
A timepiece from Skagen Denmark's 809 series

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Skagen Denmark wins prestigious design accolade

Skagen Denmark’s White Label 809 series has won the prestigious Red Dot design award. Read more »
Business owners still struggle to understand the impacts of the changes brought on by the Fair Work Act

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Do jewellers really understand the Fair Work Act?

Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are still struggling to understand the impacts of the changes brought on by the Fair Work Act, despite 20 months having passed since its introduction in July 2009. Read more »

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