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It’s Time To Regulate – And Rename – Lab-Grown Diamonds

It’s Time To Regulate – And Rename – Lab-Grown Diamonds

It’s time to shine the spotlight on an issue that has the potential to devalue the prized possessions of people all around the world, and harm the livelihoods of millions of workers in Africa and other developing regions. That issue is undisclosed, gem-quality lab-grown diamonds, and the risk that they will penetrate into the natural diamond pipeline. 

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The Diamond that Makes Every Woman a Princess

The Diamond that Makes Every Woman a Princess

The second most popular diamond shape after the Round is the Princess. The Princess shape was developed in Israel in 1979, as an evolution of several other square shape diamonds. Very quickly, this diamond shape became hugely popular around the world, and for good reason.

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The Case for Reducing Supply in Today’s Market

The Case for Reducing Supply in Today’s Market

The large diamond miners and major suppliers to the market offered large quantities of diamonds this cycle, as expected. List prices were generally steady, with one notable exception. Yet retailers and wholesalers with large polished diamond inventories are not buying diamond jewelry at a quick pace, even in the U.S. where business is the healthiest.

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Priorities for the new Diamond Producer Association

Priorities for the new Diamond Producer Association

The recent announcement of a new Diamond Producer Association is a welcome news.

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Reading the signs at JCK Las Vegas

Reading the signs at JCK Las Vegas

The JCK Las Vegas show was the center of attention for the diamond industry, with all looking for signs of recovery or indications that the current state of the industry will continue. The short answer is that the message from Las Vegas was mixed.

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