Latest:
  1. Today's Little Slides in Silver and Gold Prices Don't Mean Much
  2. The Gold Price Closed Up $0.40 or 0.03 Percent at $1,194.70
  3. The Gold Price Closed at 1,276.90
  4. The 1 December Gold Price Lows Were the Final Lows
  5. Gem-A announces new CSR for Jewellery Professionals course
  6. Weston Beamor reveals bridal contest shortlist
  7. Watches of Switzerland wins store design award
  8. Swatch Group set to increase prices
  9. Gold Price Has Now Closed Two Weeks Above the Downtrend Line from the October 2012 Top
  10. Innovation needed to safeguard town centre retail
  11. Non-food retailers support jobs growth in December
  12. Palladium price on 23/01/15 £16.44 per GM
  13. Gold price on 26/01/15 (AM) £27.476 per GM
  14. Buy the Breakout in Gold and Silver
  15. Iridium price on 23/01/15 £11.831 per GM
  16. Uno de 50, 5th Avenue & Endless join J&WB roster
  17. Henryka utilises local talent for new advert
  18. BRC says 50% of retailers to cut staff in Q1 2015
  19. The Gold Price Rose 10 cents Today Closing at $1,234.40
  20. The Gold Price Rose $17.30 or 1.35 Percent Closing at $1,294.20
  21. Hoptroff London launches Hotblack collection
  22. Gold and Silver Prices Keep on Bouncing Right Back
  23. BCU students produce Weston Beamor designs
  24. Assay Office Birmingham presents hallmarking review
  25. EXCLUSIVE: Jewellery & Watch to welcome over 90 new brands
  26. Today the Gold Price Lost $13.60 to End at the Equivocal $1,181.70
  27. The Gold Price Jumped $16.70 or 1.4 Percent to Close at $1,232.70
  28. EXCLUSIVE: My Flash Trash pushes into wholesale
  29. Domino to release Starla collection at JWB
  30. Stephen Webster supports Great Ormond Street
  31. The Gold Price Gained $61 or 4.95 Percent Since Last Monday, Closing Today at $1,293.70
  32. Anchor & Crew celebrates successful debut year
  33. New Designers gears up for 30th birthday in 2015
  34. Gold Price has Broken Out to the Upside Against the Pound, Euro and Yen
  35. UK Jewellery Awards entry deadline today
  36. The Gold Price Lost $4.10 Closing at $1,173.80
  37. Rhodium price on 23/01/15 £25.383 per GM
  38. Fraser Hart opens Worcester store
  39. Optimism abounds in Scottish Trade Fair report
  40. Gold Price is Punching at the Overhead Downtrend Line from the October 2012 High
  41. The Gold Price Rose $2.10 to Close $1,186.00 on the Comex
  42. Diamond Boutique presents 'Art of Possible'
  43. EXCLUSIVE: Chalfen hangs up his loupe
  44. Exhibitors and visitors praise changes at busy VicenzaOro show
  45. Silver and Gold Prices May Have Turned Around Pivoted on the 1st December Lows, the Gold Price Rose $18.50 to $1,200.20
  46. Birmingham Assay Office gains RJC Recertification
  47. Gold Price Gained $15.40 or 1.28% to $1,219.30
  48. The Gold Price Rose $30 or 0.63 Percent this Week Closing Up at $1,216
  49. The Gold Price Fell $1.80 Ending at $1,177.90
  50. Ian Quartermaine doubles store footprint
  51. Platinum price on 23/01/15 £27.307 per GM
  52. Gold price on 23/01/15 (PM) £27.718 per GM
  53. Green + Benz reopens onsite workshop
  54. Ruthenium price on 23/01/15 £1.206 per GM
  55. J&WB to nurture talent with new bursary scheme
  56. Bransom targets 100 with new solution in 2015
  57. The Gold Price Ended the Year at $1,183.90 Down 1.5 Percent for the Year
  58. Silver price on 26/01/15 £382.079 per KG
  59. The Gold Price Dropped $16.20 to $1,179.70
  60. Gem-A launches new grading course with Gemewizard
  61. Bering launches new chronograph collection
  62. Stephen Webster designs bracelet for GOSH
  63. Silver Price Broke its Downtrend Line Rising 3.57%
  64. The Gold Price Closed Up $30.30 or 2.45 Percent at $1,264.70
  65. Silver and Gold Prices Closed Higher with the Gold Price Closing at $1,194.30
  66. Record-breaking 121ct csarite to shine in Tucson
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Over the coming months, it is hoped that even further courses can be added to our training portfolio, aiming to provide BJA members with the very latest and most relevant courses.

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  Jewellery Blueprint Survey