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WFDB President calls for reduction in rough supply
In view of the global economic crisis, Avi Paz, president of the World Federation of Diamond Bourses, has appealed to…
ICA poster competition gets underway
The 5th ICA International Poster Competition is being held to promote the appreciation and trade of coloured gemstones
Charm wars get personal
A US Court has ruled that Chamilia Jewellery’s personalised bracelets and necklaces do not infringe upon Pandora’ s patent.
Michael Hill moves into US market
Michael Hill International has bought 17 stores in the US from Chicago-based retailer Whitehall Jewellers.
Jaeger-LeCoultre teams up with DiCaprio
Jaeger-LeCoultre has teamed up with Leonardo DiCaprio to raise money for the environment with the 'Time to Care' program.
Miller launches Passion8 jewellery
Miller Diamonds launched its inaugural collection of Passion8 diamond-mounted jewellery at the JAA Jewellery Fair in Sydney.
Bvlgari opens flagship in Melbourne
Following the opening of its first Australian twinstore in the Sydney CBD last year, Bvlgari will open an even larger…
DIY wedding rings opens in Sydney
Romantic couples can now handcraft each other's wedding bands in Sydney under the guidance of an experienced jeweller.
Marks offers advice
Percy Marks owner Cameron Marks has joined forces with seven other “bridal experts” to provide up-to-the-minute wedding advice on the…
JAA issues diamond alert
The Jewellers Association of Australia has warned jewellery retailers and suppliers to keep away from inaccurately graded diamonds.
Standards Australia launches Millesimal System
Standards Australia has introduced two new standards for gold, silver, rolled gold and plated jewellery in Australia.
Pandora continues pink support
Pandora plans to continue raising money for the National Breast Care Foundation by selling 'pink ribbon' beads.