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Alrosa has canceled its next two sales and urged caution from buyers and suppliers amid a steep downturn in the diamond market.
“In its 10th Diamond Insight report, De Beers conducts an in-depth analysis of the Chinese market, the world’s second-largest diamond jewelry market after the United States.”
Legal terms have changed since the Russia crisis, the RJC can now remove members.
‘Succession’s’ Roy family helped bring this trend back in a major way.
Amid financial pressures and declining training opportunities, the number of lapidaries is plummeting — but there is cause for hope.
What does the future of the luxury industry hold? From sales growth to the use of AI in customer relations, Bain & Company’s latest study “A thousand winds that blow” takes stock of the luxury market and its prospects. Here is an exclusive interview with Mathilde Haemmerlé, partner at Bain & Company’s luxury goods division.
Manufacturers, dealers and jewelers overbought during positive periods, ignoring the lessons of previous up-and-down cycles.
At the helm of a new era: The De Beers exec plans to make the World Diamond Council more accessible and heighten awareness of responsible-sourcing issues.
De Beers is putting the emphasis on natural diamonds in Q4 and ending Lightbox’s lab-grown diamond engagement ring test run.
Lightbox, De Beers’ lab-grown diamond brand, has called off its trial of engagement rings, citing a lack of business prospects.
French brand Fred, a unit of luxury group LVMH, has introduced a limited-edition collection featuring a mixture of natural and synthetic diamonds.