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Jeweller became aware that the marks and logos of international jewellery industry organisations were being used without permission to promote one of Baron’s private businesses.

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World Federation of Diamond Bourses logo deleted by Jewelclaim

The logo of a third international organisation, The World Federation of Diamond Bourses (WFDB), has been removed from the website of Jewelclaim, a private business owned by Diamond Dealers Club of Australia (DDCA) president, Rami Baron. Read more »
With 315 ‘followers’, the most recent post featured on DDCA's Facebook page is five years old and dates back to 29 September 2017. Interestingly, it was shared from Q Report Jewellery Insurance, a business owned by the DDCA president Rami Baron.

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Diamond Dealers Club's claims about New Zealand remain unsubstantiated

Jeweller recently raised questions about the on-going operations of the Diamond Dealers Club of Australia (DDCA) and in the process a number of other issues have come to light. Read more »
Jewelclaim is not a member of the GIA, CIBJO or the WFDB and questions were therefore raised concerning on what authority Jewelclaim had to use the international marks and logos

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Logos deleted from Jewelclaim website without explanation

The logos of two international jewellery organisations have been removed from the Jewelclaim website, the private business run by Diamond Dealers Club of Australia (DDCA) president, Rami Baron. Read more »

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Mystery behind the Diamond Dealers Club of Australia

What began as a routine media enquiry has resulted in the discovery of an unusual veil of mystery surrounding the Australian representation to an international jewellery organisation. Read more »
Earlier this year, Tiffany & Co sparked controversy when it launched the "Not Your Mother's Tiffany" guerilla-style campaign in New York City and Los Angeles. <b>Images:</b> Sharif Hamza for Tiffany; street photography Maxwell Schiano via Business of Fashion

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Tiffany & Co. problems continue: French-US rivalry causes confusion

When French luxury conglomerate Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton (LVMH) acquired Tiffany & Co. in January, LVMH management immediately signalled that big changes were afoot, whether customers liked them or not. Read more »

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