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Natural Diamonds as Wealth Preservation

Natural Diamonds as Wealth Preservation

A small but important segment of the natural diamond market is the concept of diamonds as a potential asset for wealth preservation. Using diamonds as an asset is not a new concept. Just ask anyone who has inherited her grandmother’s diamond jewelry.

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Diamond Marketing – The Path Forward

Diamond Marketing – The Path Forward

In a previous article, we looked at the buying behavior of consumers and how that behavior varies based on demographic factors such as age, income, and nationality. We have also looked at two recent additions to the consumer portfolio of options, namely recycled diamonds and lab-grown goods.

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Mercury Crystal Clear™: Gaining Transparency in the Diamond Market

Mercury Crystal Clear™: Gaining Transparency in the Diamond Market

It is time to move matters forward. For many months I have been discussing issues in the diamond pipeline, with an emphasis on transparency, disclosure and knowledge. In those articles I attempted to flush out sore points, examine them and provide an alternative approach.

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Recycling diamonds: A trend is here to stay

Recycling diamonds: A trend is here to stay

In recent articles, I have explored the way that consumers make decisions about buying diamonds and diamond jewellery. I have shown how these decisions are affected by age, income level, and geography, and how the relatively recent introduction of gem-quality lab-grown diamonds is giving consumers a significant new alternative in purchasing decisions.

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Natural and Lab-made: A Tale of Economic Diversion

Natural and Lab-made: A Tale of Economic Diversion

The long history of diamonds, which we have covered here over the past few weeks, has been the exclusive story of natural diamonds – nature’s beautiful creation. However, what about those diamonds not created by nature? And more importantly, what about their value? And does it endure over time?

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