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The Diamond Producers Association has revealed its “cinematic” new campaign.

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New $11 million campaign for natural diamonds

The Diamond Producers Association has unveiled its latest advertising campaign ‘The Diamond Journey’, part of the organisation’s overall ‘Real is rare, real is a diamond’ marketing strategy. Read more »
The Argyle Dreaming necklace and ring, designed by John Calleija, will be shown in New York and London before returning to Australia. Image credit: Rio Tinto

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Calleija unveils $1 million Argyle diamond necklace and ring

As its Argyle Tender continues touring the world, mining company Rio Tinto has publicly revealed the ‘Argyle Dreaming’ jewellery set, designed by Australian jeweller John Calleija. Read more »

Bridal & Engagement Trends
UPDATED: Top 30 Enviable Celebrity Engagement Rings

When it comes to celebrity engagement rings, it appears size does matter. While some marriages have not, or may not last, the rings still bear a lasting imprint on the jewellery world. UPDATED Read more »
Everledger has upgraded its diamond and gemstone traceability platform as supply chain transparency becomes a key issue in the jewellery industry.

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Australian-led start-up launches new blockchain platform

Everledger, a technology development business founded by Australian entrepreneur Leanne Kemp, has upgraded its blockchain platform, which is designed to ensure transparency in the jewellery industry from mine to retailer. Read more »
Two gem-quality fancy colour diamonds have been recovered at the Karowe mine in Botswana, including an ultra-rare pink.

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Fancy colour diamonds found in Botswana as Argyle closure approaches

Mining company Lucara has unearthed two gem-quality fancy colour diamonds at its Karowe mine in Botswana including a pink, stone something unusual for the country. Read more »
Ronnie Van der Linden, president IDMA, Ahmed Bin Sulayem, executive chairman DMCC, Ernie Blom, president WFDB, Dr Eugenio Bravo da Rosa, chairman Sodiam, and Gaetano Cavalieri, president CIBJO at the conference’s ribbon-cutting ceremony.

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Diamond leaders conference held in Dubai

International delegates gathered in Dubai for the annual World Federation of Diamond Bourses (WFDB) Presidents Meeting on 24-25 September. Read more »
Design legends Sir Jony Ive and Australia’s Marc Newson created a solid diamond ring for charity, in partnership with Diamond Foundry.

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Ring made entirely of diamond finally revealed

Diamond Foundry has released the first images of a one-of-a-kind ring made entirely from a single diamond, designed by Sir Jony Ive and Australia’s Marc Newson. Read more »
The Merlin Diamond Mine is facing closure following an ASIC investigation into its parent company.

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Liquidators appointed to Australian diamond mine

The parent company of one of Australia’s two operating diamond mines, Merlin Diamonds Ltd, has had a provisional liquidator appointed by the Federal Court of Australia following an ASIC investigation. Read more »
The GIA iD100 can now detect synthetic pink diamonds, brown diamonds, and blue/green diamonds.

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GIA diamond detector can now identify fancy colours

The Gemological Institue of America (GIA) has announced upgrades to its iD100 Diamond Detector that allow it to distinguish natural pinks, blue/green and brown diamonds from synthetics. Read more »
The DPA’s latest campaign focuses on the ‘essential truths’ of natural diamonds. Image credit: DPA/YouTube

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New campaign for natural diamonds aims to fight misconceptions

The Diamond Producers Association (DPA) has released new promotional materials to combat misinformation about diamond mining. Read more »

Diamonds
Investment diamonds: worth the risk?

Consumers are increasingly considering diamonds for investment purposes. ARABELLA RODEN explores the pros and cons as well as any potential pitfalls. Read more »
The six ‘hero’ stones from this year’s Argyle Tender, the penultimate event before the mine’s closure in 2020.

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Australia’s diamond production to plummet 99 per cent with Argyle closure

The Argyle Mine, in Western Australia, is set to cease operation in 2020 – drastically reducing Australia’s diamond production to less than 1 per cent of its current output. Read more »

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The diamond detectors: searching for truth

The number of synthetic diamonds passed off as natural stones is increasing – yet many jewellers still lack the technology to tell them apart. ARABELLA RODEN reports. Read more »

Diamonds
2019 Buying Guide: Synthetic Diamond Detectors for Aussie jewellers

Discover the manufacturers of synthetic diamond detectors and choose a screener that best fits your needs. From portability to number of stones, speed and price, Jeweller’s synthetic diamond detector buying guide makes your choice simpler.  Read more »
The Looks Like digital tool is designed to help retailers determine how large a diamond appears relative to its carat weight.

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New invention for diamond sizing

Australian diamond expert Garry Holloway has unveiled a new innovation that allows jewellers to describe the size of a round diamond, as it appears to the human eye. Read more »

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