1. The Gold Price Closed at $1,226.50
  2. JewelStreet receives UKTI funding
  3. The Gold Price Lost 2.23 Percent Today Closing at $1,233.90
  4. Lola Rose founder picks up MBE from Prince William
  5. Gucci appoints Stéphane Linder
  6. The Gold Price Rose $1.10 to $1,220.10
  7. Northskull secures UK retail deal with Coe & Co
  8. Concept store takeover not on the cards at Pandora
  9. Assay Office Birmingham Analytical Laboratory rebrands as AnchorCert Analytical
  10. The Gold Price Snatched Back $7.40 Ending at $1,207.10
  11. UCA alumni impress at Designer Crafts exhibition
  12. Tessa Packard London releases new collection
  13. Weston Beamor sponsors New Designers exhibition award
  14. Iridium price on 27/02/15 £12.153 per GM
  15. The Gold Price Slid $12.60 Closing at $1,219
  16. Heimerle + Meule Group debuts wedding ring configurator
  17. Bremont co-founders named TAAS ambassadors
  18. Platinum price on 27/02/15 £24.533 per GM
  19. The Gold Price Rose 0.72 Percent or $8.60 to $1,209.60, Throwing a Leg Over that $1,205 Resistance
  20. Jewellery & Watch Birmingham reports record-breaking rebook
  21. Inhorgenta attracts praise at busy 42nd edition
  22. Gold price on 27/02/15 (AM) £25.167 per GM
  23. Palladium price on 27/02/15 £16.841 per GM
  24. Re-worked Serenity collection pays off for Fei Liu
  25. The Gold Price Rose 0.56 Percent or $6.90 to Close at $1,240.80
  26. Mondaine unveils first Swiss-made smartwatch
  27. Clogau reports record-breaking results at spring trade events
  28. Mococo team rewarded for soaraway success in 2014
  29. UK government backs Jewelstreet overseas ambitions
  30. Festina Watches named Revolution Series timing partner
  31. Comex Gold Price Closed $13.30 Lower at $1,279.40
  32. Gucci announces former TAG Heuer boss as CEO
  33. The Gold Price Closed Down $3.40 to $1,196.90
  34. Stuart Laing to retire from Houlden
  35. Silver price on 27/02/15 £342.727 per KG
  36. The Gold Price Dropped $2.70 or 0.22 Percent Today Ending the Week at $1,204.40
  37. The Gold Price Declined $4.10 on the Comex to $1,200.30
  38. Tateossian launches baby collection
  39. Wempe Glashutte unveils new designs ahead of Baselworld
  40. Rhodium price on 27/02/15 £24.708 per GM
  41. Kings Hill Jewellery unveils rebrand
  42. The Gold Price Lost $8.40 Today to Close at $1,199.70
  43. Hong Kong International Jewellery Show gears up for 32nd edition
  44. Fei Liu wins new accounts
  45. Birmingham Assay presents AnchorCert Analytical
  46. The Gold Price Backed Off $9.20 or 0.74 Percent to Close at $1,231.60
  47. Stuart Laing to retire from Houlden after 40 years
  48. Gold price on 27/02/15 (PM) £25.32 per GM
  49. Patience Jewellery unveils Fern collection
  50. London Diamond Bourse enjoys successful first open day
  51. Holts Academy unveil next series of ‘Evenings With’
  52. Endless Jewelry reveals mono brand store plans
  53. Houlden to re-brand as Jewellers of Excellence for B2C market
  54. i2i Events cancels 2015 Jewellery & Watch London
  55. Pandora turns focus on men in 2015 marketing
  56. Today the Gold Price Jumped Up $23.90 or 1.9 Percent to $1,278.50
  57. Endless reveals plans for first standalone stores
  58. The Gold Price Lost $31.30 or 2.4 Percent to Close at $1,254.60
  59. The Gold Price Rose $4.10 or 0.34 Percent Today to $1,201
  60. The Gold Price Lost $16.50 or 1.29 Percent Today Closing at $1,259.70
  61. Uno de 50 to open first UK store
  62. The Gold Price Rose $12.30 Closing at $1,291.70
  63. Retailers report surprise dip in sales growth
  64. Jaguar and Bremont launch two new watches
  65. Silver and Gold Prices Rose Today with the Gold Price Closing at $1,263.80
  66. The Gold Price Lost $2.30 Closing at $1,276.20
  67. Gold Price Has Now Closed Two Weeks Above the Downtrend Line from the October 2012 Top
  68. The Gold Price Lost $5.80 Closing at $1,285.90
  69. The Gold Price Lost $1.80 Today Closing at $1,262.00
  70. The Gold Price Rose $6.50 Ending the Week at $1,226.60
  71. Fabergé returns to Harrods
  72. Ruthenium price on 27/02/15 £1.174 per GM
  73. I2i Events Group confirms Jewellery & Watch London will not go ahead this year
  74. Faberge plots interactive pop-up at Harrods
  75. Weston Beamor renews New Designers sponsorship
  76. Gold Price Above the Twice-Proven Uptrend Line from the November Bottom
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