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Scrap gold and silver course to begin in the New Year

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Adding to its existing portfolio of education and training courses, the Birmingham Assay Office has announced the addition of a new course – Buying Scrap Gold and Silver. The one-day course is “designed for anyone who wishes to engage in buying scrap gold and silver from the public,” and will …

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TechnoMarine scoops Best Watchmaking Campaign 2011


technomarinewebHeld in Geneva last month, the Montres Passion Awards presented watch brand TechnoMarine with the 'Best Watchmaking Campaign' accolade, within the film and cyber category, acknowledging the "creativity and cool appeal as well as concept originality and high-quality production," of the brand's campaign.

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Industry unites to define ‘famous diamonds’


diamonddebatewebA private dinner was held earlier this month to mark the beginning of a three-day summit in which global authorities in the industry were brought together to spearhead the search to discover undocumented rare diamonds, and ensure they are showcased to an international audience.

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EC One Unsigned 2011 winner announced

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econeweb copyClarice Price Thomas has been announced as the winner of EC One's graduate jewellery design competition, EC One Unsigned. This year's competition was judged by Jos Skeates, jewellery designer and founder of EC One, and a number of other industry professionals.

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Theo Fennell helps Sudocrem celebrate 80 years

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To mark its 80th birthday, Sudocrem Antiseptic Healing Cream will be auctioning a £10,000 charm bracelet designed by Theo Fennell, to raise money for the NSPCC.   Theo said: “I loved the idea of designing something for Sudocrem, which appealed to the big baby in me. I hope it raises …

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Assay office announces further training courses for 2012

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The Birmingham Assay Office has announced that it has extended its core training and education programme to introduce two new one-day interactive courses in 2012. Understanding Coloured Gemstones will provide “technical information in an accessible way about the most important coloured stones that are used in jewellery,” and Identifying Hallmarks …

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Allumer pendant to be auctioned during National Adoption Week

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Luxury jewellery brand Allumer has launched an exclusive design in support of the national children’s charity, Coram. Founder of Allumer Natasha Leith-Smith created the pendant, which makes reference to the old ballot ball process used to determine which children could be accepted into care. Known as the Coram Lariat-White Ball, …

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All Golds exhibition showcases 40 years of talent

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The Birmingham School of Jewellery is hosting the work of 100 designers, artists, makers, gallery owners, academics, retailers and industry leaders at its All Golds exhibition. Celebrating lecturer Terry Hunt’s 40-year tenure at the institution, those taking part have been asked to provide two pieces of work: one current and …

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