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Alrosa named the 91.86-carat yellow-brown diamond 'Kyndykan' after a heroine who symbolises resilience and spiritual strength of the indigenous people of Yakutia. Pictured above is Kristina Cheremkina, a traditional Yakutian girl who is also Alrosa's project ambassador.

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Diamond named after indigenous Russian heroine

A 91.86-carat yellow-brown diamond mined last year has been named ‘Kyndykan’ in honour of an indigenous folklore heroine who survived a pandemic that wiped out a nomadic community 200 years ago. Read more »
According to the Israel Diamond Controller of the Ministry of Economy and Industry, the export figures represented a 54 per cent increase when compared with 2020 and a 7.5 per cent rise over the pre-COVID 2019 period.

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"Impressive recovery" for Israel's diamond industry

The Israeli diamond industry has seen an impressive recovery in 2021 from a COVID-induced slump with net exports for polished diamonds totaling $US3.65 billion ($AU5 billion). Read more »
The 'Thank you' campaign aims to thank consumers and industry alike for being a choosing a natural diamond by highlighting the 'do good' approach adopted by the sector. It claims that buying a natural diamond, rather than a lab-created stone, helps support more than 2 million people in India.

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New diamond marketing campaign “thanks” consumers

To collectively boost India’s jewellery export industry and commitment to sustainability, the Natural Diamond Council (NDC) and the Gem Jewellery Export Promotion Council (GJEPC) have banded together to launch a marketing camping titled ‘Thank You, By The Way’. Read more »
Lucapa aims to produce 2.1 million carats throughout Merlin’s expected 14-year ‘lifespan’ based on the company’s feasibility study, with projections centred on a combination of open pit and vertical mine development. <b>Image:</b> Google Maps

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Lucapa sees Merlin as Australia’s biggest diamond producer

The acquisition of Merlin Diamond Mine by Lucapa Diamonds is expected to be the biggest commercial diamond mining operation in Australia with a targeted yield of 153,000 carats per year when it begins full-scale production in 2024. Read more »
Held in November by the host country and 2021 chair Russia, the plenary passed a declaration pushed by Russia that spells out the basics of “responsible diamond sourcing”.

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Kimberley Process adopts words but not action, some say

The recent Kimberley Process (KP) plenary has adopted a new framework of principles designed to guide the organisation through the next decades. Read more »
Record breaking 20.05-carat emerald-cut diamond ring sells for $1,625,000 at Leonard Joel. <b>Image:</b> Leonard Joel

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Emerald-cut diamond ring sets new Aussie auction record

Auction house Leonard Joel claims to have set yet another Australian price record for a diamond ring. Read more »
The legal row began in March 2020, with Star Diamond accusing the Anglo-Australian conglomerate of breaching the terms of the joint venture agreement.

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Rio Tinto diamond mine legal battle settled

Rio Tinto and Star Diamond Corp have settled their long-running dispute over the Star-Orion South diamond mine in Canada. Read more »
The Okavango Blue, is a 20.46-carat fancy deep blue diamond is on public display at the American Museum of Natural History in New York for the first time. <b>Image: </b> Okavango Diamond Company

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Rare 20.46-carat Okavango Blue Diamond offers peek into unique origin

The 20.46-carat Okavango Blue Diamond, which is said to be one of the most fascinating and rarest colour diamonds in existence, has been unveiled for public display at the American Museum of National History. Read more »
Organised by DMCC, the Dubai Diamond Conference will take place on 21 February 2022 in Dubai, UAE. The conference is set to gather industry experts to discuss key topics on the future of diamonds.

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Conference set to take advantage of record diamond sales

It’s all systems go for the Dubai Diamond Conference on 21 February 2022, where hundreds of industry leaders and stakeholders are expected to attend and discuss industry trends, updates and the future of the international diamond market. Read more »
The Pope blessed a Diamond Foundry Solitaire Cross diamond in Rome, Italy on Thanksgiving Day. <b>Image:</b> Shutterstock

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Pope Francis ‘blesses’ lab-created diamond

Pope Francis blessed a lab-created diamond during Thanksgiving ceremonies in Rome, Italy to symbolise the need for promoting sustainable jewellery production processes. Read more »
 It took two decades, millions of dollars, and a box of ruined and ‘exploded’ diamonds for Wellington jeweller Ian Douglas to create a setting with no claws or clasps that left the diamond completely unhindered by metal.

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Jeweller has major breakthrough with ‘floating diamond’ invention

It took two decades, millions of dollars, and a box of ruined and ‘exploded’ diamonds for a Wellington jeweller to finally be a step closer to a billion-dollar payout and create the 'Floeting Diamond'.  Read more »
'Will you marry me?' The Knot's 2021 report reveals that there has been a “renewed excitement” on proposals and the market has shown increased interest in custom engagement rings.

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Majority of engagement ring buyers shun online websites: study finds

Despite the growth of specialist diamond jewellery websites, and the general increase in online shopping over the past two years, a new study has found 67 per cent of people who decided to marry purchased their engagement ring in-store, from a jewellery retailer. Read more »
In January this year, Lucara kicked off the year with a 341-carat diamond recovered from the Karowe mine. <b>Image</b> Lucara Diamond Corp.

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Lucara: Global diamond market in its ‘healthiest’ state

The global market for diamond jewellery and rough stones is at its ‘healthiest’ state in recent years due to improvement in the industry’s supply and demand fundamentals. Read more »
Named after the Russian nesting dolls, a rare Matryoshka diamond was recently discovered near the old Ellendale mine. Only a handful of double diamonds have been thought to be discovered worldwide.  <b>Image:</b> India Bore Diamond Holdings

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Extremely rare ‘double diamond’ discovered in Ellendale

The discovery of an extremely rare ‘double diamond’ in Western Australia’s Kimberley region is expected to kickstart the diamond mining industry in addressing the strong demand for colour diamonds. Read more »
De Beers has released its latest diamond production results. Image courtesy: <a href="https://www.instagram.com/p/BekV5eoAEQh/?taken-by=debeersgroup" target="_blank">De Beers</a>

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De Beers Group rough diamond sales declines

De Beers Group, the world’s largest diamond producer, announced that the value of its rough diamond sales for its 2021 ninth sales cycle was $US430 million ($AU597 million), a slight decrease from the previous period. Read more »

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