1. The Gold Price Lost $3.30 to Close at $1,243.50
  2. The Gold Price Gained $1.50 Closing Comex at $1,216.80
  3. Bijorhca Paris enjoys successful show
  4. IN PICTURES: Pandora World Heart Day brunch
  5. Fog Bandit helps deter Argyll Arcade robbers
  6. The Gold Price Closed Down at $1,229.90
  7. Gold Price Made a V-Bottom Overnight at $1258
  8. Record Attendance for N.A.G Annual Industry Conference
  9. 14% of men unhappy with engagement ring purchase
  10. September is Nearly Always a Supremely Strong Month for Silver and Gold Prices
  11. All is in Place for a September Gold Price Rally
  12. Gem-A confirms two new conference speakers
  13. New York takes stage in new Harry Winston campaign
  14. Silver and Gold Prices Lower with the Gold Price Closing at $1,218.60
  15. Jewellers hit in Argyll Arcade smash and grab raid
  16. The Gold Price Lost $13.10 Closing at 1252.70
  17. Iridium price on 29/09/14 £11.912 per GM
  18. The Gold Price Remains Oversold Adding $3.40 Closing Today at $1,217.50
  19. Silver and Gold Prices Gained with the Gold Price Closing at $1,235.20
  20. The Gold Price was Holding Steady Until the FOMC Report Closing Down at $1,234.40
  21. Joulberry opens first showroom in Hampton Court
  22. IN PICTURES: Bulgari 'Chiming Time' exhibition
  23. Gold Price Closed at $1233.60 Up $3.70
  24. Rhodium price on 29/09/14 £25.994 per GM
  25. The Gold Price Gave Back a Lethargic $3.80 to Close at $1,265.10
  26. Exclusive: Lola and Grace opens debut UK store within Swarovski shop
  27. Silver and Gold Prices Closed Lower with Gold Ending at $1,237.40
  28. House of Harry Winston introduces new jewellery advertising campaign
  29. Laings releases statement following Argyll raid
  30. Carat* makes debut appearance on Paris Fashion Week catwalk
  31. RJC gives Fairmined Standard seal of approval
  32. The Gold Price Closed Above it's 200 Day Moving Average at $1,288.70
  33. GIA launches lower-cost fee structure for QA tests
  34. De Beers launches melee synthetic screening device
  35. RJC teams with Signet for China industry push
  36. Silver and Gold Prices Have Both Reached Their Line in the Sand
  37. The Gold Price Fell $1.20 this Week Ending at $1,214.10
  38. Gold Silver Ratio is not Confirming Lower Prices in Gold and Silver
  39. RJC and Signet Jewelers Ltd introduce new RJC chief executive
  40. Chopard chief executive scoops fashion award
  41. Palladium price on 29/09/14 £15.546 per GM
  42. Allum & Sidaway scoops customer service award
  43. Ruthenium price on 29/09/14 £1.214 per GM
  44. Boticca reveals rebrand and executive appointments
  45. Gold price on 30/09/14 (AM) £24.002 per GM
  46. The Gold Price Rose $2.60 Today on Comex and Ended at $1,221.20
  47. Gold Price Bounced Smartly Up Off the Low
  48. IN PICTURES: Ressence Watchfinder Launch
  49. Peculiar Vintage branches out with Brighton shop
  50. Downton-effect pushes interest in Art Deco jewels
  51. Personalised brand Joulberry opens first showroom
  52. Esoteric Luxury launches new website
  53. The Gold Price Closed Lower at $1,246.80
  54. GIA team explores Montepuez ruby mining operation
  55. Silver price on 30/09/14 £341.344 per KG
  56. Platinum price on 29/09/14 £25.831 per GM
  57. The Gold Price Rose $4.20 to $1,221.00 on Comex
  58. Diamonfire launches new vintage inspired collection
  59. Gold Price Tumbled $10.40 to End Comex at $1,215.30, down 0.8%
  60. The Gold Price Closed Unchanged at $1,285.80
  61. The Gold Price Reached $1,291.90 Today, Falling Back to Close Comex at $1,283.80
  62. Gold price on 29/09/14 (PM) £24.134 per GM
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  1. IJL an unqualified success with increased attendance and robust sales

    International Jewellery London welcomed the jewellery industry in style last week to its new home at Olympia GRAND in London. With exhibitors reporting robust sales and visitor numbers positive,with early forecasts showing 4% up combined with a 15% increase in attendance from the Diamond Club – IJL not only reported quantity but quality from the show floor.

  2. BJA - Gold Fix Mechanism

    The London Gold Market Fixing Limited (LGMFL) announced on 16th July that, with support from the LBMA, it had commenced a Request for Proposal (RFP) process with a view to appointing a third-party to assume responsibility for the administration of the London Gold Fixing.

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    Skills Support for the Workforce boost for Creative Industries in the Greater Birmingham and Solihull LEP area to up-skill staff. The focus of the funding will be to deliver training courses across the Birmingham and Solihull LEP region, meeting employer, individual and regional needs.

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  1. Jewellery Ethics Committee Cocktail Reception

    2 October 2014

    The Goldsmiths Centre 42 Britton St, London EC1M 5AD

  2. The CMJ Annual Conference

    7 - 8 October 2014

    The Hilton Birmingham Metropole

  3. Great Northern Contemporary Craft Fair 2014

    9 - 12 October 2014


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You may make a single nomination for yourself or another BJA member for the categories of Retailer, Supplier, Designer, E- tailer or Newcomer of the Year. This will require the completion of the nomination form below (please click on a selected category to nominate).

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