1. Ruthenium price on 31/10/14 £1.174 per GM
  2. The Gold Price Went Over the Cliff $22.00 to End at $1,192.20
  3. The Gold Price Remains Oversold Adding $3.40 Closing Today at $1,217.50
  4. The Gold Price Rose a Sizzling $19.30 Today to Close at $1,224.60
  5. The Gold Price Climbed Over Two Crucial Resistance Levels this Week Closing at $1,238.30
  6. Rare red and pink diamonds shine for Rio Tinto
  7. The Gold Price Lost 40 Cents to Close at $1,214.20
  8. Argento hit by Pandora Christmas jewellery robbery
  9. Buckley Jewellery gears up for Westfield boutique
  10. Buckley Jewellery to open first retail shop
  11. Iridium price on 31/10/14 £11.317 per GM
  12. Harrods reveals official partnership with Salon QP
  13. Shoppers get creative with Monica Vinader web tool
  14. The Gold Price Closed $5.00 Higher Closing on the Comex at $1,211.70
  15. Foundations set for Birmingham Assay Office build
  16. IN PICTURES: London Rocks Kick Starter Event
  17. British Retail Consortium seeks fundamental business rates reform
  18. IN PICTURES: Bering press day
  19. The Gold Price Rose Back to $1,244 Up $5.70 on the Comex
  20. Shore Projects launches Westfield pop-up shop
  21. The Gold Price Rose $28.80 this Week or 2.4 Percent to Close at $1,221
  22. Rio Tinto supports Indian initiative with TV ads
  23. Goldsmiths Company launches new directory service
  24. Pandora supports armed forces charity with charm
  25. Silver and Gold Prices Higher with the Gold Price Closing at $1,229.30
  26. The Gold Price Closed at $1,205.30 then Shot Up $18.30 in the Aftermarket to $1,223.60
  27. Jade Jagger forges ahead with UK market push
  28. The Gold Price Dropped $7.00 to Close $1,210.50
  29. Silver and Gold Prices are Steadily Advancing with the Gold Price Closing Up at $1,244.10
  30. Platinum price on 31/10/14 £24.717 per GM
  31. Blue Nile international sales jump 25.6% in Q3
  32. Trollbeads announces first UK concept store
  33. Palladium price on 31/10/14 £15.794 per GM
  34. Rhodium price on 31/10/14 £25.078 per GM
  35. The Gold Price Rose $7.00 Closing at $1,241.00
  36. Silver price on 31/10/14 £323.276 per KG
  37. Diamond Bourses reject World Diamond Council AGM
  38. The Gold Price Lost 2.14 Percent to Close at $1,198.10
  39. Marco Bicego unveils new additions to signature GOA collection
  40. Citizen unveils global campaign
  41. The Gold Price Lost $4.90 Today Closing at $1,224.30
  42. UKTI reduces international trade show support
  43. The Gold Price Fell $1.20 this Week Ending at $1,214.10
  44. SV Gems NV and Proserto SA granted RJC certification
  45. Gold Price Sprang Up $14.50 or 1.19% Percent to $1,206.70
  46. Noudar Jewels to make its mark on Harrods
  47. Silver and Gold Prices Rose with the Gold Price Up 0.34 Percent at $1,214.60
  48. The Gold Price Has Progressed Up into its September Trading Channel Closing at $1,240.50
  49. Fourth Avenue and Pursuit scoop Retail Innovation award
  50. The Gold Price Ranged from $1,222.20 to $1,235.50 Ending Up at $1,229.20
  51. EXCLUSIVE: Thomas Sabo unveils first TV adverts
  52. Trollbeads reveals first-ever UK concept store
  53. Harrods turnover grows by 11%
  54. The Gold Price Lost $6.20 Today Ending at $1,244.80
  55. The Gold Price Rose 0.35 Percent Closing at $1,233.60
  56. The Gold Price Closed Down $16.30 Today Closing at $1,228.50
  57. recognised by inclusion in Google Certified Shops programme
  58. Gold price on 31/10/14 (PM) £23.444 per GM
  59. The Gold Price Closed Down $7.10 this Week Ending at $1,231.20
  60. Monica Vinader launches responsive customisation tool on website
  61. The Gold Price Lost $2.10 Closing at $1,229.10
  62. Gold price on 31/10/14 (AM) £23.581 per GM
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