Russia has begun its chairmanship of the Kimberley Process (KP) after the organization deferred the role by a year due to disruption stemming from the Covid-19 pandemic.
Juliane Kippenberg of Human Rights Watch discusses the impact the pandemic has had on the jewelry trade’s responsible sourcing practices.
When it comes to engagement rings, it can feel like the same few forms and flourishes cycle in and out of style eternally—think half-pavé shanks and diamond halos.
De Beers has pledged to provide the origin and impact of all its diamonds by 2030 as part of a plethora of sustainability goals it has set out for the coming decade.
De Beers Group is shuffling up some of its key departments in an effort to show the diamond mining and jewelry company is focused on promoting its corporate social responsibility measures.
About 38% of independent jewelers are now carrying lab-grown diamonds, according to a new survey by MVI Marketing for the International Grown Diamond Association and InStore magazine.
Filmmaker Laurent Cartier follows the determined men who search Sierra Leone’s Sewa River for natural diamonds.
A new diamond price list hopes to become an industry-wide resource that will tally data from many different sources.
Tiffany & Co. plans to achieve 100% traceability of diamonds and precious metals in the coming years as part of a sustainability pledge it released this week.
A ring made entirely of natural diamond has become the first of its type to reach the Gemological Institute of America (GIA) for evaluation.
The possibility of a “Warby Parker for fine jewelry” debuting and disrupting the status quo of jewelry retail has been anticipated within the industry for years.
Lab-grown diamonds may soon develop their own distinct price scale that differs from that of natural diamonds, Andrey Zharkov, the former chief executive officer of Alrosa who now heads the lab-grown diamond company Ultra C, predicted during a recent webinar.