Jewellery World News

Autore helps build Lifehouse

Autore celebrated the Melbourne Cup with 300 guests at a special fundraising lunch in Sydney's Ivy Room.

Silver Institute launches SilverMark

The Silver Institute has launched its inaugural list of SilverMark manufacturers on its newly enhanced Savor Silver website.

JAA expels Diamond Exchange

The Jewellers Association of Australia board has expelled an online diamond trader after receiving dozens of consumer complaints.

Michael Hill targets Asia, America and the UK

Michael Hill Jewellers plans to become a global brand with the opening of new stores in the US, Asia and…

Pandora joins RJC

Pandora, the world's third largest jewellery brand, has become a member of the Responsible Jewellery Council.

Jaeger-LeCoultre wins Swiss award, again

A Jaeger-LeCoultre timepiece has been named Swiss Watch of the Year by readers of Montres Passion for the 3rd time…

Young Brits say no to watches

One in seven Brits claim they have to reason to wear a watch as they use their mobile phone or…

Diamond swallower arrested in India

A Sri Lankan man with 2060 diamonds hidden inside his stomach was arrested at India's Chennai Airport last week.

Peekays founder passes away

Paul Kornmehl, the founder of Peekays Findings, passed away peacefully at home last month (October) aged 90.

Vivien Westwood targets watch market

Zeon Limited, the largest manufacturer and distributor of watches and clocks in the UK, has signed an agreement with British…

RJC certifies Gay Freres

French jewellery manufacturer Gay Freres has become the first certified member of The Responsible Jewellery Council.

Chris Aire sues Rolex

Los Angeles-based watch and jewelry designer Chris Aire is sueing 17 major watch companies and 200 others for “trademark infringement,…