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It was previously believed that the pink diamonds discovered in the Argyle Mine were 1.2 billion years old. They are now thought to be at least 100 million years older, based on the study of the age of elements in material recovered from the mine. | Source: Argyle Pink Diamonds

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Pink diamonds: Scientific discovery may lead to new deposits

A recently published scientific report may contribute to the discovery of new deposits of the world’s most valuable gemstones – pink fancy colour diamonds. Read more »
 Alrosa has decided to temporarily halt the allocation of rough diamonds in September and October 2023. | Source: Alrosa

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Major diamond producer cancels scheduled sales

Russian diamond mining juggernaut Alrosa has cancelled its next two allocations amid concerns about declining demand. Read more »
Lightbox was launched in 2018 and operates out of Portland, Oregon, producing more than 200,000 diamonds annually. | Source: Lightbox

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Controversial lab-created diamond pricing strategy remains unchanged

The De Beers Group will maintain its linear (flat) pricing for its Lightbox Jewelry brand following a recent trial with lab-created diamond engagement rings. Read more »
The stunning 17.61-carat Bleu Royal diamond to take centre stage at the upcoming magnificent Geneva jewellery auction at Christie’s on 7th November. | Source: Christie's

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$77 million: Blue diamond expected to shine in Geneva

A vivid blue fancy colour diamond is expected to headline the upcoming Geneva jewellery auction at Christie’s. Read more »
The annual ‘Diamond Industry Report’ focused on the Chinese market, revealing that approximately 200 million Chinese consumers are expected to enter the middle class before 2030. | Source: De Beers

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De Beers forecasts increasing diamond jewellery demand in China

The De Beers Group has released the findings of a study into diamond demand in China, outlining an expected increase in sales despite a slow recovery from the pandemic. Read more »
 The 2024 Winter Masterpieces exhibition is titled Pharoah and will be highlighted by more than 500 pieces on loan from the British Museum. | Source: The British Museum

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History in the making: Australia to showcase Ancient Egyptian jewellery

The National Gallery of Victoria has confirmed a blockbuster exhibition next year, showcasing jewellery from Ancient Egypt. Read more »
Belgium officials have reportedly informed the media that the diamond import ban will be announced within the next two to three weeks. | Source: Wallpaper Flare

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Expanded Russian diamond sanctions expected within weeks

Speculation over increased sanctions against Russia’s diamond industry has heightened, with media sources suggesting that new prohibitions will be announced in the coming weeks. Read more »
By market capitalisation, LVMH is the world’s 18th largest company at $US413 billion ($AU624 billion), overseeing 75 brands – including Tiffany & Co. | Shutterstock

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Succession: What does the future hold for LVMH?

French luxury conglomerate Louis Vuitton Moët Hennessy (LVMH) chairman Bernard Arnault has thrown water on speculation about the company's future leadership. Read more »
The research found that lab-created diamond jewellery accounted for 6.3 per cent of all unit sales in August in the US. This was an increase from 4 per cent of sales in 2022. | Source: Lightbox

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Lightbox shuts down bridal jewellery experiment

Lightbox Jewelry has concluded a trial of engagement rings, indicating that the commercial proposition for many lab-created diamond engagement rings is ‘likely unsustainable’. Read more »
More than 200 pieces of jewellery and gemstones connected with the Austrian Habsburg dynasty will make its first public appearance in nearly a century at an upcoming auction in Geneva. | Source: Sotheby's

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Vienna 1900: Sotheby’s winds back the clock with jewellery auction

More than 200 pieces of jewellery and gemstones connected with the Austrian Habsburg dynasty will make its first public appearance in nearly a century at an upcoming auction in Geneva. Read more »
Pandora Australia’s David Allen has announced that he will leave the company, ending a 12-year tenure with the world’s largest mass-market jewellery brand. | Source: Ragtrader

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Farewell: Allen announces departure from Pandora

Pandora Australia’s David Allen has announced that he will leave the company, ending a 12-year tenure with the world’s largest mass-market jewellery brand. Read more »
De Beers will invest $US20 million ($AU31.07 million) in a campaign aimed at ‘supporting consumer demand’ for natural diamonds in the US and China. | Source: De Beers

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A diamond is forever: De Beers announces $US20 million campaign

The world’s largest diamond mining company, the De Beers Group, has reintroduced the ‘A Diamond Is Forever’ tagline as part of a major marketing campaign ahead of the holiday season. Read more »
The Alrosa 390.7-carat diamond found at the Mayat mine in Yakutia. | Source: Alrosa

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Major diamond discovery for Russian mining giant

Diamond mining company Alrosa has confirmed the discovery of Russia's largest gemstone-quality diamond in the past decade. Read more »
Located in London, the British Museum is more than 260 years old and attracts visitors from around the world.

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British Museum’s reputation challenged over jewellery theft

The British Museum is facing an uphill battle to repair its international reputation as a custodian of priceless jewellery as further details emerge about a 20-year-long ransacking. Read more »
Objects from before 1537 and coins dated to before 1650 are considered Norweigan state property and must be reported to authorities when discovered.

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Find of the century: Metal detectorist discovers hidden treasure in Norway

A Norwegian man has unearthed rare sixth-century gold jewellery in a discovery archaeologists have hailed as Norway’s ‘gold find of the century’. Read more »

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