1. MaeVona builds UK presence with two new stockists
  2. Watch Warehouse launches TV advert
  3. Silver and Gold Prices Have Found their Feet, the Gold Price Must Hold $1,145
  4. Genuine Gemstone Company launches apps
  5. Gold Price Live iPhone App
  6. The Gold Price Lost $2.00 to Close on the Comex at $1,167.40
  7. Swarovski drives UK awareness with new TV campaign
  8. Signet reports ongoing UK sales growth, up 3.7%
  9. Beaverbrooks introduces Endless to 65 UK stores
  10. W.E. Clark client event raises a glass to diamonds
  11. The Gold Price Closed Up 1.16 Percent at $1,196.70
  12. Fope teams with Aurum for first UK boutique
  13. Domino's European diamond jewellery sales grow 60%
  14. Swarovski unveils Christmas collection in first UK broadcast advertisement
  15. The Gold Price Ranged from $1,222.20 to $1,235.50 Ending Up at $1,229.20
  16. T&E Ferris listed second in Investec’s 100 fastest growing mid-market company ratings
  17. Iridium price on 28/11/14 £10.288 per GM
  18. Beaverbrooks launches Endless Jewelry into all stores
  19. EXCLUSIVE: Endless Jewelry to unveil new designs at its debut Jewellery & Watch Birmingham appearance
  20. Inhorgenta reveals new initiatives and changes to layout for February 2015 edition
  21. IJL and BJA welcome entries for KickStart 2015
  22. Domino reports rise in European sales
  23. Platinum price on 28/11/14 £24.692 per GM
  24. Links of London opens new Oxford Street store
  25. Citizen opens global flagship store in New York
  26. NPA launches UK-wide Trading Standards scheme
  27. Gold price on 28/11/14 (AM) £24.241 per GM
  28. The Gold Price Lost $10 Closing at $1,159.60
  29. Rhodium price on 28/11/14 £24.901 per GM
  30. New online fine jewellery brand Biiju launches
  31. The Gold Price Lost 50 cents Today to Close at $1,196.60
  32. Palladium price on 28/11/14 £16.577 per GM
  33. The Gold Price Lost 2.14 Percent to Close at $1,198.10
  34. Pawnbrokers Association launches new UK wide trading standards scheme
  35. The Gold Price Closed Down $7.10 this Week Ending at $1,231.20
  36. Mococo reveals new website
  37. T&E Ferris secures GBP28m turnover in three years
  38. Silver and Gold Prices Free Fell Today with the Gold Price Losing $22.00 Closing at $1,145.40
  39. The Gold Price Closed at $1,158.90 Down $3.90
  40. Swatch announces Chinese New Year special Goat watch
  41. The Gold Price Lost $4.90 Today Closing at $1,224.30
  42. Silver and Gold Prices Moved Sideways Today with the Gold Price Ending at $1,161.10
  43. Gold price on 28/11/14 (PM) £24.258 per GM
  44. The Gold Price Closed at $1,190.70
  45. Silver price on 28/11/14 £326.941 per KG
  46. Prince Charles and Duchess of Cornwall visit Birmingham School of Jewellery and meet Fei Liu
  47. Ruthenium price on 28/11/14 £1.19 per GM
  48. The Gold Price Fell $1.80 to $1,169.30, Silver Rose to $16.18
  49. The Gold Price Lost $2.10 Closing at $1,229.10
  50. The Gold Price Rose $4.00 Closing at $1,197.10
  51. The Gold Price Remained Unchanged at $1,196.60
  52. Gemfields unearths impressive 40ct Mozambique ruby
  53. Gold Price Closed Up $23.90 or 2.1 Percent to $1,185.00, Silver Price Outshone Rising 69.3 cents or 4.64 Percent
  54. Customisable jewellery brand bijju launches online
  55. Swag Jewellers celebrates its 40th anniversary
  56. Links of London opens Oxford Street boutique
  57. Signet UK sees Q3 sales rise
  58. Silver and Gold Prices are Severely Oversold
  59. The Gold Price Has Reached its 50 Day Moving Average Closing at $1,195.50
  60. On the Comex the Gold Price Dove $27.00 to End at $1,171.10
  61. Jewellery retailers ramp up Black Friday offers
  62. The Gold Price Closed Down $2 at $1,183
  63. Mococo refreshes website following 314% sales rise
  64. Retail Jeweller partners with Fairtrade to add new category to UKJAs
  65. The Gold Price Rose $6.80 Closing at $1,197.50
  66. This was the Week that the Gold Price Bottomed, at Least for Now
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