Jewellery Education

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Lab Diamonds
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Lab Diamonds are the same as mined diamonds in the sense that Wild Roses are the same as Roses grown in a Greenhouse.

This picture is an example of the serial number
that each lab diamond is laser inscribed with
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April 2nd 2024 by The Diamond Mine Jewellers

Price of Gold Reaches an ALL TIME HIGH
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Gold prices in Australia have been on a tear! What are the reasons behind the surge and what does it mean for Aussie jewellery lovers?

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April 3rd 2024 by The Diamond Mine Jewellers

Our Blog
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Check out our blog for regular jewellery updates, information about gold, and your insight into diamonds and where they come from.

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Graham’s Story

Graham Baker’s journey as a Master Jeweller began with a spark ignited in his childhood. Family outings panning for gold and fossicking for gemstones near Bathurst with his Dad instilled a love for nature’s beautiful treasures. This passion was further nurtured at the Penrith Lapidary Club, where he learned the art of cutting and polishing stones. It was here that Graham’s creative spirit and appreciation for these natural wonders converged, inspiring him to pursue a career in jewellery.

Straight out of school in 1977, Graham embarked on his apprenticeship in Sydney’s bustling Pitt Street, laying the foundation for his almost 50 years of expertise. This dedication eventually led him to open his own store, Diamond Mine Jewellers, in Liverpool in 1997. However, the allure of the Sunshine Coast proved too strong, and in 2004, Graham made the move and established Diamond Mine Jewellers in its current home, Pelican Waters.

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