Rubel & Ménasché, French diamantaire
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News from the Diamond Industry
CSR, Corporate Social Responsibility, is—we're sure you will agree—very much in vogue. And the diamond industry is no exception, which is good news as it goes! Signet and Tiffany have in recent weeks been the focus of attention for their ethics and their commitment.
Synthetic, lab-grown, artisan-created, man-made, or cultured. Whatever you choose to call them, lab-grown diamonds are highly controversial these days, and the diamond media reports regularly on new developments in this growing industry.
A heart-shaped diamond, bought for just under $15 million at Christie’s in Geneva, set a new record for a heart-shaped diamond sold at auction.
The diamonds formerly known as the Apollo Blue and Artemis Pink are now officially the world’s most valuable earrings.
Diamond market overview There was overall steady demand for polished over the past week. Some traders were cautiously optimistic about the JCK trade show in Las Vegas early June, citing selective restocking in the retail market.
De Beers Group today announced the value of rough diamond sales (Global Sightholder Sales and Auction Sales) for the fourth sales cycle of 2017.
Members of the Responsible Jewelry Council (RJC) have elected Didier Théraulaz of Piaget as vice chairman, and reelected De Beers’ Feriel Zerouki as honorary treasurer, the organization said Monday.
Graff Diamonds has revealed that it acquired the 373.72-carat rough fragment that fell off the Lesedi La Rona diamond — and says it has the potential to yield a “significant polished stone.”
Lucara Diamond Corporation has sold a stone that was originally part of the second-largest rough diamond in history for more than $17 million.
Sarine Technologies, which supplies equipment to diamond manufacturers, saw sales increase in the first quarter, reflecting improved sentiment in the cutting and polishing sector.