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<b>L to R:</b> Lance Fischer earrings; Kat Florence necklace; Erica Courtney ring.

Gemstones
Diaspore: Colour and light

Diaspore derives its name from the Greek word diaspora – meaning ‘to scatter’. The prized colour-change varieties may be better known as Csarite or, formerly, Zultanite. Read more »
<b>L to R:</b> Kat Florence ring; OGI necklace; Nikos Koulis earrings

Gemstones
Apatite: A touch of mystery

Apatite derives its name from the Greek word apate, meaning to deceive – referring to how this gemstone is often confused with other minerals, including the striking Parai´ba tourmaline. Read more »

Engagement Rings
Non-traditional engagement rings for alternative brides

Diamonds aren't every girl’s best friend – so it’s just as well there’s an endless array of unconventional engagement rings for the bride-to-be looking for something different. Read more »
Natural diamond crystal nestled in kimberlite. Image: Shutterstock

Diamonds
Why diamonds?: Exploring the history and future of the world’s most iconic gemstone

Australian geologist EWEN TYLER (AM) has been called the 'Father of Australian diamonds', having led the discovery of the country's three diamond mines. Here, he reflects on humanity’s captivation with these shimmering stones. Read more »

Gemstones
Pretty in pink: Kunzite

Kunzite, a variety of spodumene, is a relatively lesser-known gem in the world of jewellery – yet its beautiful pink-to- violet colouring, owed to the presence of manganese, continues to attract a growing number of admirers and collectors. Read more »
Fancy colour diamonds offer stunning creative potential. Image: Graff Tribal Collection Campaign 2021, David Morris necklace

Diamonds
Fancy colour diamonds: A natural selection

While a relatively niche category, the creative appeal and attractive margins of fancy colour diamonds mean they continue to punch above their weight for jewellers, writes ARABELLA RODEN. Read more »
The four record breaking lots from Christie's recent auction. Left to right: The 'Sakura diamond' pink diamond ring; Muzo x Argyle emerald and pink diamond earrings; the 'Sweet Heart' pink diamond ring; Burmese ruby ring

News
Recent record breakers: Pink diamond sold for $37 million

Auction house Christie’s has recorded several outstanding results in its recent ‘Magnificent Jewels’ sale in Hong Kong, including the Sakura Diamond, which became the largest purple-pink flawless diamond ever sold at auction. Read more »
<b>L to R:</b> Anna Hu brooch; Fred Leighton necklace; Neha Dani bracelet.

Gemstones
The magic of moonstone

The aptly named moonstone has been associated with the moon across various cultures throughout history. In Hindu mythology, moonstone is believed to be made of solidified moonbeams. Read more »
The recent Watches & Wonders Geneva and Shanghai events provide an opportunity to reflect on the current state of the Swiss watch fairs, and what a return to physical shows could entail.

Feature Stories
Watching the Clock

The hybrid Watches & Wonders trade event – presented digitally in Geneva followed by a physical Shanghai show – has rekindled optimism for the Swiss watch industry, reports MARTIN FOSTER. Read more »
From candy to crimson, there's a whole vibrant spectrum just within these passionate hues.

Gemstones
The Gem Quarter: Understanding colour - Candy to Crimson

Jeweller explores the vivid spectrum of red, pink and purple gemstones, from chemical quirks and crystal lattice deviations to exotic origins and mystical tales. Read more »
Left to Right: Mondial Pink Diamond Atelier brooch; Linneys tiara; Gimel floral brooches; Graff bird brooch

Diamonds
From birth to timeless legacy: The complete story of Argyle pink diamonds

As the era of the Argyle Mine draws to a close, ARABELLA RODEN explores the compelling history and enduring legacy of the world’s premier source of pink diamonds. Read more »

News
Jeweller to publish InColor magazine

The International Colored Gemstone Association (ICA) has announced that its quarterly publication, InColor, will now be published by Befindan Media, publisher of Jeweller. Read more »
<b>L to R:</b> Tiffany & Co. necklace; Boucheron ring; H.Stern earrings. <b>Below:</b> Morganite rough; Linneys ring; Chaumet brooch

Gemstones
Gemstone: Morganite

Morganite is a pinkish form of beryl. The beryl group of gemstones contains some of the most highly desired and more expensive of the coloured gems – the most famous of which is emerald – with a wide variety of colours represented, ranging from colourless to black. Read more »

News
JAA's fall from grace: 2020 State of the Jewellery Industry Report

Part four of Jeweller’s analysis of the Australian jewellery industry explores and tracks how the JAA fell from grace from a once-proud association to a shadow of its former self, representing a small percentage of the industry. Read more »
Above: Amethyst rough; Bulgari collier Below: Emerald rough

Feature Stories
Mine to market: Evolution of the rough trade

Sir-Faraz ‘Farooq’ Hashmi explores how cultural and geographic differences shape the journey of colour gemstone rough from the distant corners of Earth to the jeweller’s bench. Read more »

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