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The kangaroo bone was said to be consistent with those used for facial decoration. Image courtesy: Australian National University

Bone revealed as Australia’s oldest jewellery piece

A kangaroo bone believed to be more than 46,000-years-old has been described as Australia’s oldest-known piece of indigenous jewellery. Read more »
The One Night Under the Lights exhibition helped to promote the work of jewellery students

Jewellery exhibition gains much needed exposure

An exhibition showcasing the work of jewellery students has been hailed a success by organisers after attracting attention from the wider industry and helping to promote the future of the trade. Read more »
The JAA has filled its board member vacancy

JAA appoints new board member

The Jewellers Association of Australia (JAA) has appointed a new board member after a position was made vacant by the former vice president. Read more »
The 'concept' store is one of nine Alex and Ani company-owned retail outlets to open in the lead-up to Christmas

Alex and Ani hosts Aussie store launch party

US-based jewellery brand Alex and Ani has officially opened its first ‘concept’ store in Australia as part of a pre-Christmas expansion plan. Read more »
The Australian distributor of Endless Jewelry confirmed trading will continue in the region. Image courtesy: <a href="" target="_blank">Facebook/Endless Jewelry</a>

‘Business as usual’ after Endless Jewelry collapse

The Australian retail stockists of Endless Jewelry have been advised it will be “business as usual” despite the company filing for bankruptcy in Germany. Read more »
Retail industry bodies have predicted that sales during the Christmas trading period will top last year’s figures. Image: Miranda Kerr for Swarovski

Jewellery retailers capitalise on Christmas spending

Australian jewellery buying groups and suppliers have announced strategies to help retailers capitalise on record consumer spending forecasts for Christmas. Read more »
Royal Diamonds staff said the price of the ring was incorrect due to a "typing error"

Jeweller to sell $34k ring for $1,100 after error

A tribunal has ruled that a jewellery retailer must provide a customer with a two-carat diamond ring valued at $34,000 for $1,100 after it was incorrectly listed and ordered online. Read more »
It is said the lease reforms would increase transparency and certainty between landlords and tenants

Jewellery stores to benefit from lease reform

Retail lease reforms, which are expected to benefit jewellers by creating a “fairer”, more transparent system, have been tabled in NSW for the first time in more than 20 years. Read more »
De Beers' service will be open to polished diamonds more than 5 carats in weight or of fancy colour. Image courtesy: <a href="" target="_blank">Flickr/Alon Ben Joseph</a>

De Beers to sell other companies’ polished diamonds

De Beers Group is trialling another change to its sales model by allowing third party companies to sell polished diamonds through its online auction business. Read more »
Tiffany & Co's first company-owned store in New Zealand is located in Auckland’s luxury shopping precinct, Britomart

Tiffany & Co opens doors in New Zealand

Tiffany & Co is expanding its presence in the southern hemisphere, having opened its first company-owned store in New Zealand. Read more »
Pandora Australia's revenue in Q3 2016 increased 32 per cent year-on-year. Image courtesy: <a href="" target="_blank">Twitter/Pandora</a>

Pandora Australia continues sales momentum

Pandora Australia’s sales results maintained an upward trajectory for another consecutive quarter, although the region’s managing director predicted the run would “slow and normalise”. Read more »
Pop-up Trade Days will be coming to Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth and Auckland in February

Jewellery Trade Days launch in New Year

The jewellery Trade Days series will return to cities across Australia next year while a location has been added in New Zealand for the first time. Read more »
Funding cuts to jewellery diplomas have resulted in fears that fewer people will enter the industry

Jewellery diplomas stripped of government funding

Diplomas in jewellery are among a list of nearly 500 courses that will no longer be eligible for financial support under new Federal Government plans. Read more »

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