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Left to Right: The Cullinan II Diamond were added to the late queen's Imperial State Crown; Rough replica of the Cullinan Source: Getty

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Did ancient sea creatures help create the Queen’s diamonds?

Following the death of Queen Elizabeth there has been renewed interest in the history of the Royal family’s gemstones and diamonds. Read more »
Jeweller became aware that the marks and logos of international jewellery industry organisations were being used without permission to promote one of Baron’s private businesses.

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World Federation of Diamond Bourses logo deleted by Jewelclaim

The logo of a third international organisation, The World Federation of Diamond Bourses (WFDB), has been removed from the website of Jewelclaim, a private business owned by Diamond Dealers Club of Australia (DDCA) president, Rami Baron. Read more »
With 315 ‘followers’, the most recent post featured on DDCA's Facebook page is five years old and dates back to 29 September 2017. Interestingly, it was shared from Q Report Jewellery Insurance, a business owned by the DDCA president Rami Baron.

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Diamond Dealers Club's claims about New Zealand remain unsubstantiated

Jeweller recently raised questions about the on-going operations of the Diamond Dealers Club of Australia (DDCA) and in the process a number of other issues have come to light. Read more »
Jewelclaim is not a member of the GIA, CIBJO or the WFDB and questions were therefore raised concerning on what authority Jewelclaim had to use the international marks and logos

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Logos deleted from Jewelclaim website without explanation

The logos of two international jewellery organisations have been removed from the Jewelclaim website, the private business run by Diamond Dealers Club of Australia (DDCA) president, Rami Baron. Read more »

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Mystery behind the Diamond Dealers Club of Australia

What began as a routine media enquiry has resulted in the discovery of an unusual veil of mystery surrounding the Australian representation to an international jewellery organisation. Read more »
India’s GST Council approved the increase from 0.25 per cent to 1.5 per cent.

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India takes action on diamond industry

The Indian government has announced an increase in its Goods and Services Tax (GST) on cut and polished diamonds in an effort to cushion the impact of accumulating tax credits in the diamond industry. Read more »

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Richemont sees all-time high annual sales performance

Swiss luxury goods company Richemont has reported a record “all-time high” full-year sales performance ending 31 March, marked by the progressive easing of COVID-19-related health restrictions in key markets worldwide. Read more »
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Legendary 100-carats diamonds highlight Sotheby’s auction

Two notable diamonds each weighing more than 100-carats will take centre stage during the Sotheby’s Magnificent Jewels tender on 16 June. Read more »
New Zealand Jeweller Ian Douglas is the Product Design award winner at the 2022 Red Dot Design Awards.

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Floeting Diamond wins prestigious design award

The potentially revolutionary work of New Zealand jeweller Ian Douglas has been acknowledged with an award for Product Design at the 2022 Red Dot Design Awards in Germany. Read more »
Holding 'The Rock', a 228.31-carat pear diamond is Christie’s international head of jewellery, Rahul Kadakia. Source: Christie's

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‘The Rock’ falls short, Red Cross diamond sets record

Christie’s Magnificent Jewels auction took place on Wednesday (11 May) and the lead item, a 228-carat white diamond named ‘The Rock’, was sold for more than $US21 million. Read more »

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Diamond industry at a strange and extraordinary crossroad

Russia’s status as a leader in the jewellery industry has been one of the most talked about issues of 2022 in the wake of the invasion of Ukraine in February. ROBERT BOUQUET provides an update on the current trading environment. Read more »
Mehul Choksi at one of his Mumbai-based Gitanjali Gems jewellery retail outlets. Image: Forbes India / Vikas Khot

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Fresh charges for disgraced Indian jeweller

India’s Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has confirmed additional charges of fraud have been laid against fugitive businessman Mehul Choksi. Read more »
The comparative average sale, in inventory only, continues to climb and has increased by 12 per cent compared with April 2021, climbing from $205 to $230. This pattern is the result of activity through the product categories, with growth in fine jewellery strongly influencing the average sales.

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Strong retail jewellery sales continue in April

Jewellery retailers are four months into 2022 and there’s been on-going and noteworthy positive trends according to the latest data released by Retail Edge. Read more »
The Fuchsia Rose is an 8.82-carat fancy intense purple-pink pearl shaped diamond that sold for US$6.78 million. Image: Christie's

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Colour diamonds shine at Christie’s; pink diamond fetches $6.7 million

Colour diamonds dominated the Christie’s New York ‘Magnificent Jewels’ auction last week, led by the 8.8-carat pink diamond dubbed ‘The Fuchsia Rose’ which was sold for $US6.7 million ($AU9.1 million). Read more »
The stone – a fancy yellow cushion-shaped diamond – is considered one of the largest in the world, was mined in 1901 by DeBeers in South Africa and originally weighed around 375 carats.

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Red Cross Diamond hoped to fetch $10.7 million at auction

The 205-carat fancy yellow diamond dubbed the “Red Cross Diamond” will be auctioned next month, and is expected to fetch around $US10.7 million ($AUD14.41 million). Read more »

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