Jewellery World Articles

Court fines Ascot Four $380,000

The Federal Court in Adelaide has fined Ascot Four, the former owner of Zamel’s, $380,000 for the false and misleading…

Jewellers confident about year ahead

Despite an avalanche of grim predictions for the domestic economy in 2009, most Australian jewellery retailers have enjoyed excellent Xmas…

Hong Kong Fair shapes up

The International Jewellery Design Excellence Award, a prestigious event open only to the top prize winners of international jewellery design…

Expertise rebrands Oz Fairs

Expertise Events, the organiser of the JAA Australian Jewellery Fairs in Sydney and Brisbane, has rebranded and repositioned the fairs…

Bee lands on the Net

Bee Jewellery, a manufacturer and wholesaler of gold and silver jewellery in Australia, New Zealand and Canada, has launched a…

Pandora opens more franchises

Pandora opened four new concept stores in Australia last month – in the T2 Terminal at Sydney Airport, the Greenwood…

Australia stars on tour

The Stefano Canturi jewellery pieces that starred in Baz Luhrmann's epic 'Australia' are now on tour.

Paz calls for single diamond marketing body

Avi Paz, the president of the World Federation of Diamond Bourses, has called on the key players in the global…

TW Steel welcomes A1GP deal

TW Steel, the official watch and timing partner’ of A1GP World Cup of Motorsport, has welcomed the news that the…

McGrath takes over timepieces

After five years working together, Dr Bruce McGrath has taken on the full ownership of Timepieces Australia, the local distributor…

Gillet wins IT award

Jewellery software entrepreneur Raeleen Gillett has been awarded one of Queensland's most prestigious information technology awards.

Ely wins overseas scholarship

Matthew Ely, a jeweller at York Jewellers in Sydney, has won a scholarship to work and train in London for…
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