Jewellery World News

Cyma returns to Oz

After almost 50 years absence, the Swiss watch brand has returned to the Australian market.

Showcase in Bangkok

Showcase Jewellers members visited the Pandora factory while attending the Bangkok Trade Fair last year.

Opal shines at 2009 Awards

Australian opals were the big attraction at the 2009 International Opal Jewellery Design Awards in Lightning Ridge.

Police seize fake jewellery in Sydney

Police seized counterfeit designer-label jewellery during raids in central Sydney on Friday.

Brink’s opens centre in Melbourne

Brink's Australia has opened its first 'state-of-the-art' diamond and jewellery service centre in Melbourne.

BaselWorld signals industry recovery

The success of BaselWorld 2010 signals a recovery phase for the watch and jewellery industry, according to the fair's organisers.

Fair organiser warns ambushers to stay away

Australian jewellery fair organiser Expertise Events has warned ambush marketers to stay away from its fairs.

Gemfields finds elephant emerald

Gemfields, one of the world’s leading coloured gemstone producers, has announced the discovery of a 6225 carat rough emerald at…

London Boomtime – IJL 2009

London’s premier annual jewellery event, the International Jewellery London (IJL) fair, enjoyed a record number of visitors from around the…

Kate shines in US$2.4 million diamond jewellery

Academy-award winner Kate Winslet sparkled at yesterday's Academy Awards with yellow diamond jewellery worth US$2.5 million.

Gold market remains above US$100 billion

The dollar demand for gold remained above the US$100 billion mark last year for the second year in succession, according…

Retail sales rise 1.2 percent

Retail sales rose 1.2 percent in January, according to the latest Australian Bureau of Statistics report.
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