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Forging a Path Ahead for the Diamond Market

Forging a Path Ahead for the Diamond Market

Let us start by stating an unstated truth: The world has much less desire for gem quality diamonds. Consumer demand is shrinking and the $23 billion or so retail sales of yesteryear that the industry was used to are not taking place today. It is important to acknowledge that.

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What Your Diamond Budget Can Buy

What Your Diamond Budget Can Buy

Over the past few months, I have carefully detailed the value components of polished diamonds. These components – Color, Clarity, weight, shape and quality of workmanship – were presented and explained. I broke down the bearing of yield, and described how these different aspects interact in terms of impact on value.

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Tackling Debts & Fears in Today’s Diamond Market

Tackling Debts & Fears in Today’s Diamond Market

The closure of an Indian manufacturer and the large debts it left behind is probably the most important news of this week, followed by the trade show in Hong Kong. 

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Your Guide to Alternative Diamond Shapes

Your Guide to Alternative Diamond Shapes

After covering the main polished diamond shapes, it is worth taking a moment to discuss some less common and even esotericdiamond shapes. Some of these shapes, such as Baguettes, are fairly common and serve specific jewelry and setting needs. Others, like the Shield, are created to take advantage of an oddly-shaped rough diamond and turn it into something unique.

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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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