1. The Gold Price Gained $15.00 this Week Closing at $1,199.80
  2. LDB offers support to Hatton Garden following raid
  3. UK online sales up 12% in positive March report
  4. Jewellers warned to be vigilant following North West robberies
  5. March UK retail sales reveal increase
  6. March footfall figures best for a year
  7. Links of London launches Wimbledon collection
  8. Silver and Gold Prices Lost Momentum With the Gold Price Closing Losing $1.70 at $1,183.10
  9. BJA partners with Fairtrade Gold for ‘I Do’ design competition
  10. Gold Price Chart from Mid-March Till Now Shows a Nice Steep Uptrend
  11. TH March launches Make Your Mark jewellery design competition
  12. Platinum price on 17/04/15 £24.885 per GM
  13. Met Police confirm they did not respond to initial Hatton Garden alarm call
  14. Wigan hit by second smash and grab in two weeks
  15. Gold Price Lost $3.50 or 0.3 Percent Closing at $1,198.00
  16. Gold price on 17/04/15 (AM) £25.78 per GM
  17. Ruthenium price on 17/04/15 £1.077 per GM
  18. EXCLUSIVE: Chalfen appointed UK distributor for Leo Wittwer
  19. Kohatu + Petros launches spring collection
  20. Gold Price Lost $5.30 to Close Portentously Below $1,200 at $1,199.30
  21. Gold Price Rose $4.90 or 0.04 Percent Today Closing at $1,202.90
  22. Laings of Glasgow celebrates diamond month
  23. The Gold Price Closed Comex $3.20 Higher at $1,188.00
  24. The Gold Price Added $5.60 Closing Up at $1,197.00
  25. The Gold Price Lost $9.50 to Close at 1,193.60
  26. Gold Price Tumbled $6.50 or 0.54% Closing at $1,192.80
  27. London Diamond Bourse to offer support to those affected by Hatton Garden heist
  28. Palladium price on 17/04/15 £16.654 per GM
  29. The Gold Price Lost $8.00 Closing at $1,210.60
  30. RJC celebrates success of 2015 AGM in Mumbai
  31. VIDEO: Met Police reveal details of Hatton Garden robbery
  32. Astrid & Miyu launches in Fenwick Tunbridge Wells
  33. IN PICS: AW15 Press Days
  34. Gemfields emeralds shine in design collaboration
  35. IMAGE GALLERY: Police release CCTV images of Hatton Garden heist
  36. Time to Buy Silver and Gold
  37. The Gold Price Rose $3.70 Today Closing at $1,191.70
  38. Silver and Gold Prices Managed Only to Slow Their Rate of Fall this Week
  39. Iridium price on 17/04/15 £12.491 per GM
  40. NAG reveal top speakers for June EDF congress
  41. Gemporia launches in House of Fraser
  42. The Gold Price Gained 70 cents Closing at $1,153.30
  43. The Gold Price Closed Up $17.70 or 1.5 Percent at $1,169.10
  44. Jewellers warned to be vigilant of travelling fraudsters
  45. BJA launch Fairtrade design contest
  46. The Gold Price Lost $5.00 Closing at $1,148.30
  47. The Gold Price Lost $7.20 or 0.60 Percent Closing at $1,200.90
  48. Furrer Jacot appointment to bolster focus on UK market
  49. Chanel chooses Net-A-Porter for fine jewel launch
  50. The Gold Price Gained $8.70 or 0.73 Percent Today Closing at $1,201.50
  51. Record breaking pearl necklace hits £3m at auction
  52. Gold Price Turned Around Clearing Resistance Levels
  53. Rhodium price on 17/04/15 £24.451 per GM
  54. The Gold Price Touched it's 50 Day Moving Average Closing Up $7.80 at $1,204.80
  55. The Swiss franc fallout
  56. COLLECTION: Bee Goddess presents Swords range
  57. The Gold Price Rose $3.10 then Up $20.40 in Aftermarket
  58. Coloured gems and solitaires reign at Bonhams sale
  59. Nude Jewellery extends competition deadline
  60. EXCLUSIVE: London Rocks launches new website
  61. RJC celebrates tenth AGM in Mumbai
  62. Nana Fink looks to break into the UK luxury market
  63. Antique watches stolen in Hampstead burglary
  64. Gold Prices Closed on the Comex at $1,152.10 Up $1.40 or 0.12 Percent
  65. The Gold Price Lost $15.00 Today Ending on the Comex at $1,184.80
  66. View from the Shopfloor: Michael Matthews Jewellery
  67. Gemfields mines 9.9m carats in Q1 2015 report
  68. Drakes Group reveal plans for Truro Pandora store
  69. Gold price on 17/04/15 (PM) £25.793 per GM
  70. Silver price on 17/04/15 £350.25 per KG
  71. The Gold Price Rose $11 Closing Above $1,200 at $1,204.60
  72. Maplin UK Ltd asks customers to be aware of slanderer
  73. Etsy partners with British Library for Wonderland design competition
  74. Gemporia lands in House of Fraser with new range
  75. EXCLUSIVE: Endless returns to JWB
  76. Hallmarking dips in March 2015
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