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A new collection by Fabuleux Vous is set to be launched to the local market in March

Local supplier trots into horse inspired jewellery

In a move expected to provide a point of difference in the local market, New Zealand supplier Fabuleux Vous has collaborated with two renowned equestrians on a jewellery range inspired by horses. Read more »
Apple reportedly sold more watches than the Swiss watch industry in the final quarter of 2017. Image courtesy: The Times

Apple Watch outperforms Swiss industry

Technology giant Apple reportedly sold more watches than the entire Swiss watch industry in the fourth quarter of 2017, a sign the industry is potentially at a tipping point in terms of smartwatches and wearables. Read more »
Tifffany & Co's sales over the Christmas period are largely positive. Image courtesy: Tiffany & Co

Tiffany & Co reports increased festive sales

Tiffany & Co has started 2018 on a positive note, with the company recording a solid increase in sales over the November and December “holiday period.” Read more »
One of the world's most unique white diamonds has recently been unveiled to the public. Image courtesy: Sotheby's

‘Rarest ever’ white diamond unveiled

A 102.34-carat white diamond described as one of the world’s most “extraordinarily rare” stones was recently put on public display by auction house Sotheby’s. Read more »
One of the world's rarest coins was recently unveiled to the international market. Image courtesy: The Perth Mint

Unique, ‘coveted’ diamond coin unveiled

Western Australian Government-owned The Perth Mint has revealed a “world first” 18-carat gold coin with fancy coloured pink diamonds, as global demand for themed precious metals continues to increase. Read more »
Many members at Nationwide's annual conference signed up for Indian diamond brand Divine Solitaires

Buying group conference “best ever”

Industry initiatives, business solutions for the ‘new normal’ environment and the launch of an international diamond brand were all on the agenda at Nationwide Jeweller’s recent annual conference. Read more »
Michael Hill has announced all of its US stores will close

Michael Hill exits US; closes all stores

Michael Hill International (MHI) has announced it will close its “loss-making” jewellery stores in the US and focus on its core business in Australia, New Zealand and Canada. Read more »
Diamond exhibitors have been advised on how to refer to diamonds. Image courtesy: <a href="" target="_blank">WFDB</a>

Blom raises diamond nomenclature issue

President of the World Federation of Diamond Bourses (WFDB) Ernie Blom has advised international tradeshow organisers to use diamond nomenclatures correctly. Read more »
The latest results of how jewellers fared over the Christmas period are in

Latest Christmas jewellery sales reveal state of industry

Jewellery retailer’s latest Christmas trading results have revealed a number of insights into the industry’s landscape and the expectations for the year ahead. Read more »
De Beers has released its latest diamond production results. Image courtesy: <a href="" target="_blank">De Beers</a>

De Beers reports increased earnings

De Beers Group has released positive diamond production results for the 2017 fourth quarter, noting its rough diamond supply has continued to maintain an upward trajectory. Read more »
A diamond described as the world's fifth largest has recently been discovered

World’s fifth largest diamond unearthed

UK-based miner Gem Diamonds has discovered a 910-carat diamond at its Letšeng mine in Lesotho, described as the world’s fifth largest diamond ever found. Read more »

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