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New York – Diamond Center

New York – Diamond Center

Unlike the three diamond centers described so far – Belgium, Israel  and India – which are principally centers of trading and manufacturing, the US is a different kind of diamond center. While it does contain some manufacturing, the US is mainly a consumer market where the New York City diamond trading center functions chiefly as a gateway to the American market.

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Not a Price Correction, But a Market Correction

Not a Price Correction, But a Market Correction

Prices of rough diamonds continue to decline as the market slows down in activity. Some of the decline is due to the annual summer vacation period, and some is a continuing price correction in an abating market.

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India, where it all began

India, where it all began

India has the world’s longest history when it comes to diamonds. It was in India that diamonds were first found. The early finds transformed India instantaneously into a diamond consuming market – where maharajas and other nobility wore the first ever jewelry items made of diamonds.

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Miners vs. the Midstream: Who Needs to Change?

Miners vs. the Midstream: Who Needs to Change?

The results of the July Sight are still reverberating throughout the midstream of the diamond industry – and they reflect on other parts of the diamond value chain as well. There is continued concern for the health of the industry, with many tossing ideas, suggestions, and solutions into the air. It is worth weighing the pros and cons, and considering these ideas.

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How Israel Became the World’s Largest Polished Exporter

How Israel Became the World’s Largest Polished Exporter

Large families have always populated the diamond industry, and for centuries, Hasidic families most of all. They formed the backbone of Amsterdam’s diamond industry, and then Antwerp’s. Early in the 20th century, some of Europe’s Jewish diamond traders and polishers emigrated to form budding diamond industries in new destinations.

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