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Expectations and Concerns Ahead of the Vegas Shows

Expectations and Concerns Ahead of the Vegas Shows

The Las Vegas jewelry trade shows will take place starting next week. After a series of disappointing trade fairs in Hong Kong and Basel, the industry is looking for signs of recovery at the American event—the biggest trade show of its kind, in the biggest and most important jewelry market. 

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The Diamond Designed to Hold Your Gaze

The Diamond Designed to Hold Your Gaze

The Emerald is a classy, clean, architectural diamond shape with a very large fan base. Its large, expansive table draws the eye to look deeply into it. Many of the top-selling diamonds in the world are an Emerald shape.

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Cushion, how diamond dreams are made

Cushion, how diamond dreams are made

The Cushion-shaped diamond has been popular for several centuries. According to some accounts, it was the most popular diamond shape in the 19th century. A classic shape for a diamond, Cushions are squarish diamonds with rounded corners. Its large facets give it a look that resembles the shape of a cushion, hence the source of its name.

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Marquise A Royal Diamond

Marquise A Royal Diamond

The Marquise is an elongated diamond shape with a large top surface. As such, it is a great choice when size is a leading factor in choosing a diamond shape. 

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Strategic alliances as one way to address excess fragmentation in the diamond industry

Strategic alliances as one way to address excess fragmentation in the diamond industry

 

Looking at other industries, there appears to be various ways to address the challenges of excess fragmentation in parts of the diamond sector as highlighted previously.

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