Rubel & Ménasché, French diamantaire
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News from the Diamond Industry
This week, The New York Times reported that Russian diamond miner Alrosa is hoping to brand its stones as being of Russian origin.
Rio Tinto just debuted the diamonds in this year’s Argyle Pink Diamonds Tender, its annual sale of the best pink, red and violet stones to emerge from its mine in Western Australia.
The 7th edition of the Forevermark Forum took place this week in Delhi, with the highlight being the presence of “Sophia”, an advanced social humanoid robot developed by Hong Kong-based company Hanson Robotics.
De Beers’ synthetic diamond screening device, SYNTHdetect, has been nominated for Industry Innovation of the Year in the JNA Awards.
Botswana once again finds itself at a crossroads. The sparsely populated, landlocked country is in a constant battle to ensure the longevity of its diamond industry.
Press release - ALROSA, the world's largest diamond miner, announces diamond sales results for June and six months of 2018.
At press time, platinum was trading at $843 an ounce—after its price briefly hit $810, the metal’s lowest price in 14 years.
Like any good piece of technology, Tracr, the blockchain platform currently being developed by De Beers, aims to solve problems.
In the heyday of “A Diamond Is Forever,” consumers responded strongly to slogans and instructive advertising. As social media has influenced a more interactive dialogue between businesses and their customers, that is no longer the case. Today, consumers respond to innovation.
With the 2018 World Cup taking place in its home country through mid-July, Alrosa is staying on the ball.