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Endless secures seven figure orders at second JCK Las Vegas showing

Endless secures seven figure orders at second JCK Las Vegas showing

Danish brand Endless Jewelry has reported on a hugely successful second appearance at the annual JCK Las Vegas show, hosting more than 300 business meetings across two stands. Endless followed up on a record-breaking show debut at JCK in 2014 with the launch of new products, new colours in its leather collection and its first


Dreweatts preps for designer-packed fine jewellery auction

Dreweatts is making final preparations for a very special fine jewellery auction on July 9, including pieces from Bulgari, Van Cleef & Arpels and Cartier. The crowning glory of the sale are two rings, a 7.82 carat Colombian emerald and diamond ring [Lot 544, est. £30,000-50,000, pictured below] and a 4.73 carat step diamond mounted

Jewellery and watches perform well in monthly online sales analysis

Jewellery and watches continued to perform well online in May, according to the latest research from The British Retail Consortium-KPMG Online Retail Sales Monitor. Jewellery is included within the ‘other non-food’ items, but was singled out by the publisher of the research as particularly strong. “Within other non-food, sales of TVs were impacted by the

Gemfields discovers rare 45ct ruby duo in Mozambique

Gemfields, the world’s leading supplier of responsibly sourced coloured gemstones, has discovered an exceptionally rare pair of matching Mozambican rubies, totalling 45 carats. The two rough rubies will now form one of the highlights at the company’s much-anticipated ruby auction in Singapore next week. This find follows the discovery of the 40 carat ‘Rhino Ruby’

Endless Jewelry strengthens executive team with appointment of new CEO

Endless Jewelry founder Jesper Nielsen has appointed a chief executive officer, leaving him free to focus his energy on brand development. Paul Moonga (pictured) joins as CEO, bringing with him experience of international business development in the telecommunications industry, and also a history in fashion brand franchise operations. The strengthening of the executive team comes

WFDB Presidents Meeting to hone in on new Diamond Producers Association

World Federation of Diamond Bourses president Ernie Blom hopes to use the upcoming Presidents Meeting in Tel Aviv to discuss the creation of the new Diamond Producers Association by world-leading mining companies. Blom commented: “I am looking forward to meeting some of the representatives of the mining firms. It is critical that the diamond firms

Lumbers Jewellers plots £1m store overhaul

Midlands-based jeweller, Lumbers, is expanding its store with a £1 million relocation and refurbishment plan, moving from its current location to a larger retail showroom on the main high street in Leicester. This marks a new era for the family run jewellers, which has been providing fine jewellery, luxury watch brands and coloured diamonds since

Rare Pink excels in Richard Branson’s Pitch to Rich contest

London jewellery start-up company Rare Pink has reached the semi-finals of Richard Branson’s Pitch to Rich competition. Nikolay Piriankov, who founded Rare Pink while at university, impressed the public and the judges with his unique business pitch, while competing against 524 entrants in the ‘Grow’ category. Rare Pink has now been shortlisted for the top