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GFMS predicts increase in platinum sales
Platinum jewellery production will undergo a 'strong recovery' this year, according to leading independent precious metals consultancy GFMS.
Rush for gold tattoos
Rush Jewellery Australia has launched a collection of 9 carat gold reusable tattoos onto the local market.
Define launches high-end European brands in Oz
After 10 years involvement in the European watch market, Peter Petzold and Lydia Dalle Nogare have established a “high-end” European…
CIBJO targets recession
The global economic crisis will be the key topic under discussion at the World Jewellery Confederation’s 2009 Congress which begins…
DCLA opens Exchange
DCLA has launched a diamond trading company that gives diamond buyers direct online access to DCLA certified and guaranteed diamonds.
AGS Metals and Palloys open in Brisbane
The Palloys AGS Metals Palloys Group has opened a new facility in Brisbane to service the growing Queensland manufacturing jeweller…
Bulgari loses profits and CFO
Just days after announcing a 45 percent drop in its annual profit in 2008, The Bulgari Group has announced the…
JCK Show cancelled
The 2009 edition of the JCK New Delhi Show has been cancelled due to the “effect of the global economic…
Hagemeyer GM sets up Time Essentials
Following Hagemeyer Brands Australia decision to exit its ‘lifestyles’ business, Hagemeyer Lifestyle Brands general manager John Papaioannou has decided to…
Indian jewellery stolen in Melbourne
Melbourne police are on the look out for thieves who recently stole a large collection of Indian jewellery believed to…
DCLA resigns from JAA
After eight years membership, the Diamond Certification Laboratory of Australia (DCLA) has resigned from the Jewellers Association of Australia.
Yen for luxury
The 20th annual International Jewellery Tokyo Fair attracted more than 37,000 visitors looking for that special something to display in…