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Obama watch for sale
US president Barak Obama has created unprecedented worldwide demand for little known watch brand Jorg Gray.
Fairfax & Roberts opens cuffs room
Celebrating its 150th anniversary, Sydney jewellery retailer Fairfax & Roberts has opened an opulent cufflink showroom in its Martin Place…
Gold rush at Perth Mint
The Perth Mint has resumed taking orders for its gold and silver bullion coins after a two-month suspension caused by…
Trio win Kaiserman prize
Three young Australian jewellers have been announced as the 2009 winners of The Kaiserman Prize.
Bulgari helps rewrite future
Bulgari is celebrating its 125th anniversary this year by raising €10 million to help provide education to eight million children…
Frederique launches online TV channel
Swiss watch company Frederique Constant has launched,an online TV channel devoted to screening video clips about the brand.
Oz diamond pen sparkles in New York
A fountain pen covered in nearly 500 champagne diamonds from WA’s Argyle diamond mine was one of the objets d’art…
Countdown to opal awards
The June 30 closing date for entries in the 2009 International Opal Jewellery Design Awards competition is fast approaching.
Pandora angels help bushfire survivors
Pandora is planning to donate 15 percent of the retail sale price of its gold and silver Angel beads to…
Swarovski moves into watchmaking
After more than 100 years as one of the world's leading crystal producers, Swarovski, has moved into the field of…
Hill heads to Monte Carlo
Michael Hill will compete against entrepreneurs from 50 countries in a bid to win the title of Ernst & Young…
JAA defends pink diamond grader
The JAA has defended one of its members, ADGL (Australian Diamond Grading Laboratory), against industry rumours about the laboratory’s incorrect…