Jewellery World Articles

Russian Diamonds

Is the jewellery industry doing enough? As Russia’s devastating war on Ukraine drags on, the question of Russian diamonds becomes…

UK jewellers extend and demonstrate support for Ukraine

A UK jewellery designer has lashed out at media suggestions that the jewellery industry is “profiteering” from the Ukraine crisis.…

Alrosa closes US office

Russian diamond producer Alrosa has closed its USA office after the resignation of Rebecca Foerster.

Ellendale to be mining in 2022

Burgundy Diamonds Mines is one step closer to re-opening the Ellendale diamond mines in Western Australia’s Kimberley region. Burgundy Diamond…

Let’s get personal

The modern custom-made and personalised jewellery scene. With changes in customer segments over the last decade, and to weather the…

Rare coin features Argyle pink diamonds

The Perth Mint is offering a limited-edition coin – the Jewelled Koi – that highlights the exceptional beauty of Australia’s…

JAA Australasian Jewellery Design Awards

Inspiration for Maria Kostina’s winning piece came from a walk around the rockpools at Sydney’s Collaroy. She saw an opportunity…

JAA Australasian Jewellery Awards

“My jewellery tries to be dynamic in meaning,” says Roberto Mattei, a third-time winner of the JAA Awards CAD category.…

JAA Australasian Jewellery Awards

Benjamin Tracy says he has kept his eye on the winning pieces of the JAA competition with amazement and had…

JAA Australasian Jewellery Awards

Michael Muratore says he fell into the jewellery at the age of 15 and has enjoyed every moment of the…

JAA Australasian Jewellery Awards

Claire has been at the bench for five years, but jewellery has been in her soul her whole life. Her…

JAA Australasian Jewellery Awards

Aden Wylie is an apprentice with Melbourne-based jewellers MDT Design. He joins a collective of master jewellers with an impressive…
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