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World-renowned jewellery artist to speak at this year’s Gem-A Conference

World-renowned jewellery artist to speak at this year’s Gem-A Conference

Hong Kong-based jewellery artist, Wallace Chan, will showcase his innovations on the opening day of the Gem-A Conference in November. Gem-A, the Gemmological Association of Great Britain, will welcome the internationally-recognised jewellery artist to its annual Gem-A Conference opening on November 3. Chan will be the inaugural speaker at the two-day Conference, which invites leaders


COLLECTION: ChloBo nods to Venice for AW18

Fashion jewellery brand ChloBo has placed a spotlight statement jewellery for AW18. Renowned for its stackable bracelets and rings, next season the jewellery brand is also building on the recent success of its earrings and bold necklaces. Named Ariella, the AW18 range takes inspiration from the floating city of Venice, and offers and array of

Aurum by Guðbjörg unveils new retail strategy

Icelandic jewellery brand Aurum by Guðbjörg will be introducing a new retail strategy at International Jewellery London. In a novel departure from the traditional retail format, Aurum’s co-founders Guðbjörg Kristín Ingvarsdóttir and Karl Jóhann Jóhannsson are on a mission to simplify the way the brand works with resellers in order to get closer to their

Pandora cuts jobs and makes organisational adjustments to protect profitability

Jewellery giant Pandora has made organisational adjustments to align functions across the company, support strategic priorities and protect profitability. The company say changes, which include cutting over 300 jobs, have been made to strengthen commercial functions, streamline manufacturing and shift resources to strategic priorities. In a statement released today Pandora said it will be making

Jewellery giant modifies financial guidance for 2018

Jewellery giant Pandora has decided to adjust the company’s financial guidance for 2018. In accordance with Regulation (EU) No 596/2014 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 April 2014 on market abuse (market abuse regulation), the jewellery giant’s board of directors decided to modify its predictions for the financial year. For 2018,

Hot Diamonds unveils debut gold collection at CMJ trade show

Hot Diamonds has officially launched its debut gold collection at the CMJ trade show this weekend. The new collection crafted in 9ct gold and adorned with diamonds is a first for the brand, which is known for its accessible silver ranges. Looking to support retailers during difficult times, the Hot Diamonds Gold collection has been

Role of the eternity ring evolves in the UK, new study claims

Eternity rings are no longer only being purchased as a sign of commitment, but to mark special occasions and friendships as well. According to a new survey by jewellery retailer Goldsmiths, which questioned 2,500 people across the UK, the role of the eternity has evolved. Traditionally, the classic eternity ring signifies the ongoing commitment from

Astley Clarke wins sales with personalised marketing messages

British jeweller Astley Clarke has bolstered business by transforming its online marketing. Partnering with marketing platform, Emarsys, the luxury jewellery brand has used artificial intelligence (AI) solutions to increase revenues through enhanced customer engagement. With more targeted, tailored outreach, Astley Clarke has already seen direct revenue from email marketing increase by 23% year-on-year, with automated