IGI North America President Avi Levy is one of 10 new members appointed. Founded Diamonds in 2007, Diamonds Do Good's mission is supporting programs that develop and empower people in countries with significant economic dependence on the natural diamond trade.
If you watched the documentary "The Diamonds of Botswana" you know how diamonds benefit the citizens of that country. Lucara's Karowe Mine has just received a license renewal and extension from Botswana's Ministry of Mineral Resources, Green Technology and Energy Security into January, 2046.
As 2020 came to a close the Rapaport Group revealed what the 80,000 followers of their Instagram account @jewelryconnoisseur_by_rapaport have liked and saved the most. Instagram Jewelry Favorites of 2020, published on Diamonds.net, reveals a collection of bold, aesthetically distinctive pieces.
Nature's birthmarks? Or unsightly specks? What do you think? There are many different philosophies regarding natural diamond and gemstone clarity. What do you think? Should a diamond be allowed to have few blemishes, or should it be as clean as the pure driven snow?
With 5.5 inches of snow in Ohio on Christmas Day, 2020 is going out on a high note for about 500 jewelry buyers in Canfield, Ohio. The White Christmas triggers a "Snowfall Promotion" by Komara Jewelers clients who will now receive past-purchases for free.
Christmas Day flurries could bring free bling and an even happier holiday to 500 jewelry buyers in Ohio. If Mother Nature and Kris Kringle conspire to deliver just four-inches of White Christmas to the Cleveland area - a sugar-plum of a deal gets triggered.
Violaine d’Astorg of Christie's France touted the success of the Paris Jewels sale, which took place from November 24th to December 9th, noting that the results speak to the powerful attachment people continue to have with jewelry, despite the pandemic.
An anonymous bidder, buying over the phone, was the winner of the 14.8 carat 'Spirit of the Rose' sold at auction in Geneva, Switzerland one week ago. The largest purple-pink diamond ever to be auctioned, the gavel fell at a final price of 24,393,000 Swiss francs, or 26,700,871 dollars.