Jewellery World News

Frederique launches online TV channel

Swiss watch company Frederique Constant has launched,an online TV channel devoted to screening video clips about the brand.

Oz diamond pen sparkles in New York

A fountain pen covered in nearly 500 champagne diamonds from WA’s Argyle diamond mine was one of the objets d’art…

Countdown to opal awards

The June 30 closing date for entries in the 2009 International Opal Jewellery Design Awards competition is fast approaching.

Pandora angels help bushfire survivors

Pandora is planning to donate 15 percent of the retail sale price of its gold and silver Angel beads to…

Swarovski moves into watchmaking

After more than 100 years as one of the world's leading crystal producers, Swarovski, has moved into the field of…

Hill heads to Monte Carlo

Michael Hill will compete against entrepreneurs from 50 countries in a bid to win the title of Ernst & Young…

JAA defends pink diamond grader

The JAA has defended one of its members, ADGL (Australian Diamond Grading Laboratory), against industry rumours about the laboratory’s incorrect…

Made in China

Martin Foster reviews the latest movements at the 27th Hong Kong Watch and Clock Fair.

Forevermark goes online

Forevermark, the new diamond marketing brand of De Beers, has launched its own consumer website.

Russian Tsars

Martin Foster reports on diamonds, emeralds and spectacular coloured gemstones that were the stars of the 5th Moscow World Fine…

Exchange opens in Panama

Leaders of the world diamond and jewellery industry joined Latin American government officials for the official launch of the $200…

Jewellery World moves into digital age

Jewellery World magazine is pleased to present you with the first issue of our new monthly e-newsletter and announce the…
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