1. Palladium price on 31/07/15 £12.516 per GM
  2. Gold price on 03/08/15 (PM) £22.485 per GM
  3. London Jewellery Meet-Up: Next event confirmed
  4. IWC Schaffhausen joins Harrods campaign
  5. Gold Price Regained $9.10 or 1.14 Percent Closing at $1,163.30
  6. Wolf & Badger merges with Boticca
  7. Gold Price Today Lost $7.00 Closing at $1,171.50
  8. Pandora announces stacking rings promotion
  9. Gold Price Closed $3.30 Lower at $1,103.40
  10. I Love a Lassie to launch Bark collection
  11. British Hallmarking Council calls for members
  12. Sheffield Assay Office hosts charity summer party
  13. World Gold Council report reveals potential of Indian gold
  14. Gold Price Fell $2.50 or 0.22 Percent to $1,155.20
  15. The Price of Gold Closed Down $12 Today Ending at $1,091.40
  16. Henry London unveils new collections
  17. Cred Jewellery unveils new Grace collection
  18. Gold Price Rose $2.60 Closing on the Comex at $1,094.00
  19. Assay Office Birmingham opens new headquarters
  20. This Week Silver and Gold Prices Actually Rose, Yes, Rose.
  21. The Gold Price Closed at $1,088.40 Down $4.30
  22. Louise Prior appointed exec director of WFDB
  23. Gold Price Lost Another $3.40 Today Closing at $1,143.80
  24. Price of Gold Plunged $20.50 or 1.7 Percent to Close Comex at $1,152.40
  25. Babette Wasserman added to Fenwick Brent Cross new Designer Jewellery Gallery
  26. SO Jewellery appoints sales agent and adds new collections for IJL
  27. Accurist rejoins CMJ
  28. Rhodium price on 03/08/15 £16.027 per GM
  29. The Gold Price Rose $5.60 Ending at $1,178.50
  30. Gold Price Closed Up $10.90 at $1,096.50
  31. IN PICS: Bulova introduces new ladies’ diamond watches
  32. Gold Price Bottom - Key Reversal Day
  33. Ruthenium price on 03/08/15 £0.868 per GM
  34. Gold Price Lost 20 Cents to $1,096.30 on Comex
  35. Burkmar Jewellery rebands to Yulan
  36. Price of Gold Today Ended Comex Down $1.30 or 0.11 Percent at $1,157.70
  37. Endless Jewelry appoints new global CMO
  38. Silver and Gold Prices Dropped Again Today with the Gold Price Closing at $1,153.30
  39. The Price of Gold Closed Down at $1,092.70
  40. Kalevala switches to recycled silver
  41. Gold price on 03/08/15 (AM) £22.505 per GM
  42. Gold Price Tumbled $6.10 or 0.53 Percent Closing at $1,147.20
  43. The Price of Gold Rose $1.40 Ending the Week at $1,172.90
  44. Gold Price Lost $2.50 and Closed Comex at $1,169.00
  45. Number of full-time retail roles stay flat as more stores open
  46. Iridium price on 03/08/15 £10.336 per GM
  47. Gold Price Fell $4.30 or 0.37 Percent Closing at $1,159.00
  48. Silver price on 03/08/15 £301.735 per KG
  49. Price of Gold Today Lost Another $6.00 Closing Comex at $1,163.00
  50. Gem-A releases latest Journal of Gemmology
  51. Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter to come under the spotlight in heritage walks
  52. Harry Winston reopens Harrods salon following refurbishment
  53. Seiko opens largest European boutique
  54. Less than one week to vote for RJ's Inspiring Independents in association with CMJ
  55. Price of Gold Jumped $9.90 or 0.85 Percent to $1,172.90
  56. Platinum price on 31/07/15 £20.086 per GM
  57. Gold Price Plummeted $25.10 or 2.2 Percent Closing at $1,106.70
  58. Ernie Blom praises new ISO Standard
  59. Muru unveils Talisman Mandala collection
  60. Tiffany reinforces commitment to sustainability in latest report
  61. The Gold Price Dropped 2.2 Percent this Week Ending at $1,131.80
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