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Diamond grading games

Amidst the controversy regarding diamond ‘over-grading’ and subsequent banning of EGL reports, GARRY HOLLOWAY presents solutions to better serve the industry and build confidence. Subscription required. Read more »

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The World's Most Famous Diamonds

Many of the world’s most famous diamonds have been lost to history; they were either re-cut as is the case with the most famous diamond of all, the Koh-I-Noor, or their whereabouts is unknown. Read more »

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The 'new' 4Cs

In the current retail environment, consumers have an almost limitless choice of stores from which to purchase diamond jewellery. Retailers must be armed with the ability to edge out their competitors. The World Jewellery Confederation, CIBJO, has this advice for how to cultivate, capture and captivate customers. Subscription required. Read more »
Natural vs man-made: the heated debate

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Lab-created diamond debate heats up

The technology for lab-created diamonds has officially arrived – heralded by companies like Gemesis Diamond Company – and although presenting new opportunities for the jewellery industry, it also raises a number of ethical and control issues. Read more »
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Diamonds still a precious purchase

Diamond prices continue to rise and today's jewellers need to adapt to the price hikes and convince consumers that diamonds are still a meaningful purchase.  Subscription required. Read more »
Holloway Diamonds' energy efficient lighting

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Do consumers really care?

Is ethical jewellery another one of those buzz words, or is it a serious phenomenon that customers care deeply about? Naomi Levin investigates Read more »

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A family affair

Like retail dynasties, blood bonds many Australian jewellery businesses. Stuart Braun discovers how family jewellers nurture trust, integrity and success Read more »
Sorting the rough at the DTC

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Big game in Botswana

A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to follow a diamond from ‘rough to retail’, via the DTC Botswana, was too good for Nationwide director Barry Jackson to pass up. Read more »
The diamond industry is facing ongoing challenges

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Diamond industry recovery still shaky

Reports of a diamond industry recovery may be premature with the trade still facing many pertinent challenges. Nick Lord reports. Read more »

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Diamonds sales down, right?

Perhaps someone forgot to tell to tell all those young couples about the global financial crisis. NAOMI LEVIN reports on the buoyant sales of engagement rings. Read more »
Treasure chest

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Hunting for lost diamonds

Great treasures were looted during World War II. ROE KALB reports that many people still search today for the hidden and lost treasures looted by the Nazi’s.  Read more »
Antwerp Diamond Museum

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Antwerp: City of diamonds

How did Antwerp become one of the world’s leading diamond cities? It dates back to after World War I. Amanda Grateley visits the remarkable Antwerp Diamond Musuem.

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Star of the show

Throughout time, jewellery has played a starring role in many films, assisting not only in story lines, but also generating a whirlwind of enthusiasm for the industry. HAYLEY MORCOM reports on the films that made jewellery the star. Read more »
Auscert

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Can a diamond have two different grades? Yes says 'court'

What happens when two diamond grading certificates show different results for the one diamond? COLEBY NICHOLSON explores a legal dispute surrounding the issue. Read more »
AM Imports

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Diamonds forever

Cutters have long experimented with the form of the diamond, and so it is not unusual that the most treasured of gems is again experiencing reinvention. CARLA CARUSO reports. Read more »

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