Melbourne

Melbourne gold rush society and the showgirl

Born Maria Eliza Delores Rosanna Gilbert, Lola Montez fled Limerick, Ireland, and an arranged betrothal in 1818. She led a…

Melbourne jeweller a world best enamel artist

Debbie Sheezel Saul Award NecklaceMelbourne jeweller, Debbie Sheezel, is officially one of the world’s best in enamel jewellery. Awarded the…

Curtis Australia opens Melbourne office

Curtis Australia, a manufacturer of handmade luxury pens, jewellery and accessories in rural Victoria, has opened an office in the…

Melbourne ‘fares reasonably well’

The JAA Australian Jewellery Fair fared reasonably well, according to Expertise Events, the organiser of the JAA Sydney, Melbourne and…

Tag Heuer opens in Melbourne

The largest Tag Heuer boutique in the world has officially opened for trading in Melbourne's Collins Street.

Brink’s opens centre in Melbourne

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

Melbourne Fair kicks off 2010

The Reed Gift Fair in Melbourne has kicked the retail year off to a bright start with spending as a…

Kaiserman winners on display in Melbourne

The inaugural post-graduate jewellery collections of the three winners of the 2010 Kaiserman Prize –Noha Khalef, Breanna Timmons and Carly…

Amaya – butterflies and beyond

Father and son team Alfredo and Richard Munoz combine precision engineering with their creative talents to produce findings - and…

Kozminsky – the jewel in Melbourne’s crown

Australia's oldest jewellery store, Kozminsky in Melbourne, proves that classic products and quality service never go out of style.

Bvlgari opens flagship in Melbourne

Following the opening of its first Australian twinstore in the Sydney CBD last year, Bvlgari will open an even larger…
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