JAA members voted to adopt a new Constitution and elect a new, much smaller, Board ...
Gemfields, the world's largest producer of coloured gemstones currently best known for its Zambian emeralds ...
Global demand for diamond jewellery reached a record high of US$79 billion in 2013, according ...
Rio Tinto has donated 'a significant sample' of Australian rough diamonds to the Smithsonian Institution ...
Gary Kokozian, the founder of Kokozian Jewellery Manufacturing, passed away this month after a 10-year ...
Petra Diamonds has sold the 122.52 carat blue diamond recovered from its Cullinan mine in ...
JAA members voted to adopt a new Constitution and elect a new, much smaller, Board at the association’s AGM on September 1.
Gemfields, the world’s largest producer of coloured gemstones currently best known for its Zambian emeralds and Mozambican rubies, has moved into the Sri Lankan sapphire market.
Global demand for diamond jewellery reached a record high of US$79 billion in 2013, according to De Beers’ inaugural Diamond Insight Report.
Rio Tinto has donated ‘a significant sample’ of Australian rough diamonds to the Smithsonian Institution in Washington DC.
Gary Kokozian, the founder of Kokozian Jewellery Manufacturing, passed away this month after a 10-year struggle with multiple myeloma.
Petra Diamonds has sold the 122.52 carat blue diamond recovered from its Cullinan mine in June for US$27.6 million.
Pandora Australia and New Zealand has been named Supplier of the Year for 2014 by Leading Edge Group Jewellers.
Twenty-eight-year old Rhys Turner has been named Jeweller of the Year at the JAA Australasian Jewellery Awards.
Sydney-based goldsmith Henning Molgaard passed away unexpectedly in August.
Bolt International has launched Swarovski’s lolaandgrace jewellery brand in Australia and New Zealand.
After years of industry rumours, Apple has unveiled its long-awaited smart watch.
Tiffany’s new design director, Francesca Amfitheatrof, is making her mark on the iconic brand with the launch of her first jewellery collection and talk of possibly changing the brand’s iconic packaging as well.
De Beers has launched a new stand-alone business, the International Institute of Diamond Valuation, to study the second-hand diamond market.
Rio Tinto has unveiled the 55 pink and red diamonds that make up its 30th annual Argyle Pink Diamonds Tender.
The Seiko Corporation of America, a subsidiary of Seiko Watch Corporation, has opened the first Seiko boutique in the US.
Pandora has entered into a strategic alliance with The Walt Disney Company which will see the launch of a charm collection featuring ‘inspirations from Disney’s beloved characters’ this November.
Modern Family star Sofia Vergara has joined forces with America’s biggest jewellery retailer, Kay Jewelers, to launch her first jewellery collection.
Lion Brands has added Alpina Watches to its suite of independently-owned Swiss brands.
De Beers has updated its sales model to enable more businesses to purchase its rough diamonds through Global Sightholder Sales.
Pure Grown Diamonds has created the world’s biggest gem-quality grown diamond – a three carat, round brilliant-cut K colour, SI1 clarity, stone.
Two of Australia’s leading diamond wholesalers faced tough times in July – Miller Diamonds went into liquidation on July 18 and Storch & Co entered voluntary administration on July 31.
A diamond launched into space by London-based jewellery retailer, 77 Diamonds, has landed near the village of Lea in Gainsborough.
Timesupply has secured the distribution of the Coeur de Lion jewellery brand in Australia and New Zealand.
The world’s most famous watch, the Henry Graves Supercomplication, will be up for auction at Sotheby’s Geneva November 2014 Watch Sale with many expecting it to sell for over US$17 million.
Ann Middleton, one of Australian’s most successful jewellers, fell to her death from a high-rise apartment block on Friday, July 25.
Japanese jeweller Ayano Nakajima has won the major prize at the Queen of Gems Boulder Opal Jewellery Design Awards for the third time.
RJ Scanlan, the distributor of Dora wedding rings in Australia and New Zealand, is giving the brand’s customers the chance to win a European honeymoon valued at $7000 in a new in-store promotion.