US Jewelry Council to host roundtable on undisclosed lab-grown diamonds

Albert Robinson

The United States Jewelry Council (USJC) will host a jewelry industry summit on the most important consumer confidence issue of the day – undisclosed lab-grown diamonds.

The roundtable discussion will take place on November 1 at the Waldorf Astoria New York, Starlight Roof. The ‘Undisclosed Lab-Grown Diamonds: Detection and Disclosure Discussion will openly address a topic that faces the jewelry industry on a national and global scale.

In addition to the 13 U.S.-based jewelry trade associations that are members of the U.S. Jewelry Council, the World Federation of Diamond Bourses and the International Diamond Manufacturers Association are also supporting the event.

The success of the US jewelry industry depends on consumer confidence in the products our members sell,” said Ronnie VanderLinden, Chair of the USJC & President of the DMIA. “The U.S. Jewelry Council believes one way for the jewelry industry to inspire consumer confidence is through the discussion of important topics such as the detection and disclosure of undisclosed, lab-grown diamonds.

Source Idexonline