Dora set to give away a honeymoon

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.

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Uberkate gets even more personal

Ten years after launching its first personalised jewellery collection, Sydney-based wholesaler Uberkate has launched a new software system that will make its now extensive gold and silver personalised jewellery collection “even more personal”.

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Allure opens Broome flagship

Five years after its launch as a pearl wholesaler, WA-based Allure South Sea Pearls has just opened its first retail outlet in Broome – and is planning to launch an online boutique too.

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Tag Heuer partners with Dempsey

More than 40 years after Steve McQueen starred in the race classic Le Mans with a Heuer Monaco chronograph on his wrist, TAG Heuer has signed a long-term partnership with actor/race driver Patrick Dempsey to ensure ‘the asphalt once again belongs to TAG Heuer and Hollywood’.

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Zale sale gets go ahead

Despite the vocal opposition of some shareholders, the sale of Zale Corporation, a leading fine jewellery retailer in the US, to Signet, the largest fine jewellery retailer in the US and UK, will go ahead.

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Bevilles buy back business

Less than a month after entering into voluntary administration, the Beville family has announced that its bid to “to reacquire the business and retain the 80-year old Bevilles brand” has been successful.

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Bevilles goes into administration

Eighty years after its launch and just six months after a major rebranding, Bevilles has entered voluntary administration which is expected to lead to the closure of some of its 27 stores as well as the loss of nearly 250 jobs.

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