Rubel & Ménasché, French diamantaire
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News from the Diamond Industry
Chow Tai Fook, Hong Kong’s largest jewelry company, has ruled out introducing a line of lab-grown diamonds at its stores, noting that Chinese consumers are not interested in the category.
Diamond jewelry sales last year reached a record $82 billion high in 2017, with much of the purchasing coming from young consumers, according to De Beers Group’s latest Diamond Insight Report.
We have heard many lab-grown sellers talk about the ethics of their products. And we have natural diamond companies’ rejoinders to those claims.
PJSC Severalmaz, a subsidiary of ALROSA Group, has planted over 80 thousand pine tree saplings at the Soyansky State Bio-Reserve.
Jewelry sales at Richemont — the owner of Cartier and Van Cleef & Arpels — increased 11% in the five months ending August 31, the luxury retailer reported Monday.
US$505 million (provisional).
ALROSA, the world’s largest diamond producer, announces diamond sales results for August and eight months of 2018.
India will overtake the US as the second-largest market for fine jewelry, behind China, by the end of 2018, according to researchers at Euromonitor International.
We are reaching the end of the holidays and to ease us back into work, whilst allowing ourselves to linger a little in the summer, let’s take a look at the high end jewelry collections presented alongside Fashion Week and the Parisian high fashion collections at the start of July.
At a meeting on undisclosed synthetics in 2016, GIA chief laboratory and research officer Tom Moses lamented that people knew exactly what they wanted in a lab-grown diamond detector. “A black box,” he moaned. “For about 100 bucks. Sits on your counter.”