Jewellery and watch brands Cartier and Bulgari are among the best performing luxury brands online because of their premium pricing,
Fine jewellery brand Andrew Geoghegan (AG) announced it has appointed former Cartier employee Catherine Strangward as its sales director.
Profits dip at RichemontSubscription
Swiss luxury goods group Richemont, the parent company of jewellery and watch brands including Cartier, Panerai and Jaeger-LeCoultre, saw operating profits dip by 4% in the six months to September 30, 2014.
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Cartier opened a pop-up exhibition boutique in Harrods dedicated to the man’s world at Cartier, which runs from October 25 – November 19.
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He has accepted the position of managing director with the fine watch and jewellery house
Cartier has launched its Women’s Initiative Award, which is a business plan competition that supports women-led companies.
The luxury department store will be bringing the international antiques and art fair to London for the first time.
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Three masked people took the timepieces from the retailer’s Manchester brand while the store was full of shoppers, according to the BBC
As well as 148 items of high-end jewellery, the fine jewellery and watch brand will also be showing 12 precious objects and a selection of pieces from the Cartier Tradition collection
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Watches and jewellery aid Richemont profit hike Subscription
Profits at Swiss luxury goods group Richemont increased 43% last year, with jewellery sales soaring by 32% and watches by 31%.
Richemont has announced the appointment of Stanislas de Quercize as the chief executive officer of Cartier to succeed Bernard Fornas, by the end of this calendar year.
The film features the panther, an iconic animal for the brand, and looks at the key cultural influences and people that built the House.
Sales at constant exchange rates increased by 24% at Swiss luxury goods group Richemont for the three months ended December 31, 2011, with watch and jewellery sales also showing growth.
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Sales at Richemont for the five months ended August 31 2011 increased by 29% at actual exchange rates and by 35% at constant exchange rates.
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Luxury goods group Richemont has reported a 33% increase in sales to €6,892 million (£6,123 million) and a 63% increase in operating profit to €1,355 million (£1,204 million) in its annual report and accounts for the year ended 31 March 2011.
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French watch and jewellery brand Cartier has announced a travelling exhibition of its timepieces, which will kick off at the Bellerive Museum in Zurich from August 26th to November 6th 2011.
Catherine Middleton stunned onlookers when she married Prince William at Westminster Abbey on April 29, wearing jewellery from Cartier and Robinson Pelham.
French luxury goods group Richemont has nominated Maria Ramos to have a seat on its board of directors.
American diamond company Harry Winston has appointed Cyrille Baudet as its group chief financial officer and has restructured its finance group.
Golden Globes actresses opt for platinum Subscription
Platinum was the jewellery metal of choice for many of the stars gracing the red carpet at the 68th Annual Golden Globe Awards, which took place in America on Sunday.
Premium watch sales soar at Leonard DewsSubscription
Premium watch sales have shot up by 11% on a like-for-like basis at independent jewellery retailer Leonard Dews, despite tougher trading conditions and a reduced consumer purse.
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The 20 exceptional jewels and precious objects that formerly belonged to Duchess of Windsor, Wallis Simpson, sold for a double-estimate total of £8m at Sotheby’s last night.
Responsible Jewellery Council certifies CartierSubscription
The Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC) has announced that French jewellery brand Cartier has become certified against the ethical, human rights, social and environmental standards established in its Member Certification System.
Market research company Verdict has forecast that sales at Swiss luxury goods group Richemont will surpass the €6bn (£5bn) mark next year, but warned the company must “not lose sight” of the European market as it builds its presence in Asia.
A collection of jewellery once owned by Wallis Simpson is set to go under the hammer at auction house Sotheby’s on November 30.
Luxury Jewellery brand Cartier, which is part of Richemont, has offered students at the School of Jewellery at Birmingham City University work placements, as well as providing assistance with studio and equipment.
The Swiss luxury goods group Richemont’s end of year report reveals a modest 4% decline in sales to €5,176m (£4,415m), from €5,418m (£4,622) year-on-year. The results followed a wave of stockists reduced inventories and currency translation losses, which affected profits.
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