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The Asscher: A Royal Cut

One of the greatest diamond industry legacies belongs to the Asscher family of Amsterdam, established by master cutter Joseph Isaac Asscher. His son, Joseph Asscher, designed the original Asscher cut in 1902. Together with his brother Abraham, the duo went on to polish some of the most notable diamonds of modern history, including the Cullinan.

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Join the train or you might miss it

Join the train or you might miss it

Our fragmented industry has embarked on a journey of restructuring. 

Whilst our sector is gradually growing, our pipeline is gradually shrinking. Vertical integration has started to take off, with upstream companies moving downstream as well as the other way around.

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The Diamond Destined for Radiance

Unlike the diamond shapes described here previously, the Radiant-shaped diamond does not have a history dating back centuries. It’s also unique in that it can be either a square or a rectangular shape. Either way, the Radiant is a great alternative for someone who wants a diamond – but with a different shape.

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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 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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