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Mined from a single source more than 3,000 feet high in the Anatolian mountains of Turkey, the gem Csarite® has captivated millions since its discovery. Valued for its rarity and unique appeal, this gem is expected to command attention at the September Hong Kong Jewellery & Gem Fair.
Despite a strong foundation, the jewellery industry is not entirely immune to challenges brought about by today’s digital age. Kevin Metz, chief marketing officer of world-renowned jewellery manufacturer Stuller, shared with JNA his insights into jewellery industry trends and changes in consumer behaviour in the digital era.
Tiffany & Co is giving its renowned New York City flagship store a new face in 2019 in a bid to further enhance its clients’ buying experience. The 10-storey architectural icon at 57th Street and 5th Avenue has served as the cornerstone of Manhattan’s most fashionable shopping district since its opening in 1940.
The gemstone business landscape is constantly changing and with this come new challenges. Buyers are becoming partial to equivalently captivating coloured gems other than the so-called Big Three. Companies meanwhile should take advantage of a more open market by offering top-quality choices.
The global luxury goods industry remains on solid footing amid macroeconomic uncertainties. To sustain growth though, luxury industry players need to identify the right business strategies to face new challenges.
De Beers Group is disrupting the disruptors with its new Lightbox brand of lab-grown diamond jewellery launching this September. Through its prices, products and positioning, the brand aims to provide consumers with greater clarity on the differences between natural and lab-grown diamonds.
The Bahrain Institute for Pearls and Gemstones (DANAT) successfully trumpeted its arrival in the gemmological world with its broad range of authentication and verification services for pearls, gemstones and finished jewellery.
The Netherlands-based Van Gelder Jewellery was born out of passion – a classic case of love at first sight for founder Bernadette van Gelder. Today, the company stands as one of the major collectors and traders of traditional Indian jewellery worldwide.
Italy’s jewellery manufacturing prowess and inimitable artistry have continuously placed its jewellers in the international limelight. Amid an ever-changing global business landscape, Italian manufacturers are once again banking on their strong heritage and business flexibility to promote growth.