Press release – Organization formerly known as ‘Diamond Producers Association’ relaunches under a new name with a new consumer facing identity and digital platform called, ‘Only Natural Diamonds’.
The Indian government has allowed diamond businesses in Surat to reopen with limited staff numbers following concerns the shutdown was causing an exodus of workers.
The Diamond Producers Association (DPA) has revealed plans for a radical overhaul that will see it change its name and drop the “Real Is Rare” tagline.
The Strategy Committee of ALROSA Supervisory Board recommends downward revision of 2020 production guidance
Press release – The Strategic Planning Committee of ALROSA’s Supervisory Board consisting of Supervisory Board members nominated by the Company’s key shareholders and also of independent directors reviewed options to cut spending and optimise production as proposed by the management and recommended that the management be guided by proposals envisaging lower output.
A recent survey shows the pandemic didn’t negate Mother’s Day gifting for jewelry lovers this year.
Looking for something new to watch that’s fun and fast (and less controversial than “Uncut Gems”)?
Sally Morrison is getting back to nature.
Mumbai has dispatched its first diamond exports since India’s lockdown started, after the regional government allowed limited activities to resume at the city’s Bharat Diamond Bourse (BDB).
While many of us continue to shelter in place, reading jewelry books is a logical and worthy quarantine pastime, one that can be done while wearing a bathrobe, lounging in the comfort of your bed, or sipping tea in your garden. An unplugged activity while we are (understandably) forced to get our kicks online.
Press release – ALROSA, the world’s largest diamond miner by volume, reports its April 2020 diamond sales.
Late last month, leaders of the gem and jewelry industry in India called on their members to pause rough diamond imports for 30 days, starting today, as the world continues to grapple with COVID-19.
Richemont posted a double-digit drop in fourth-quarter sales as the COVID-19 pandemic took its toll, but said better days may lie ahead as it notes strong demand at its reopened boutiques in China.