There’s a new Tiffany & Co. pop-up in Paris—but if you’re hoping to find it by searching for the exact shade of Tiffany Blue we’ve come to know and love, you might just miss it.
The Gemological Institute of America (GIA) announced [Tuesday June 7] that, by 2025, its lab will issue only digital grading reports, ending more than 50 years of providing paper documents.
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The Indian jewelry trade is calling on the government to invest in the lab-grown diamond industry, noting the sector could contribute up to 150 million carats of polished a year.
Press release – De Beers Group [announced May 18] the value of rough diamond sales (Global Sightholder Sales and Auctions) for the fourth sales cycle of 2022.
Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, and Buccellati put on stellar performances.
The 2008 economic crisis, COVID-19, and sanctions on Russian goods have set the stage for an interesting decade for natural diamond supply.
De Beers Group continues to see strong demand for rough diamonds, with 2022 sales pacing 21 percent ahead of last year.
On Monday [May 16], the State Gemological Centre of Ukraine wrote to the chair of the Kimberley Process (KP), asking it to redefine conflict diamonds in a way that would likely shut out Russian diamonds, in response to that country’s ongoing war against Ukraine.
Debswana Diamond Co., the diamond mining company jointly owned by the government of the Republic of Botswana and De Beers Group, has named Andrew Maatla Motsomi managing director for the next five years.
The diamond and jewelry industry is seeing a surge of interest in traceability programs as companies throughout the pipeline seek to avoid Russian supply. So says Sarine Technologies CEO David Block.