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Jeweller to publish InColor magazine

The International Colored Gemstone Association (ICA) has announced that its quarterly publication, InColor, will now be published by Befindan Media, publisher of Jeweller. Read more »
Above: Amethyst rough; Bulgari collier Below: Emerald rough

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Mine to market: Evolution of the rough trade

Sir-Faraz ‘Farooq’ Hashmi explores how cultural and geographic differences shape the journey of colour gemstone rough from the distant corners of Earth to the jeweller’s bench. Read more »

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Cracking the colour gemstone code

Coloured gemstones are firing up the jewellery industry. ARABELLA RODEN explores the rainbow of opportunities presented by this increasingly popular category. Read more »
Some of the Australian jewellery industry’s most creative opal specialists were rewarded in Lightning Ridge recently.

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Awards recognise unconventional opal designs

The winners of the International Opal Jewellery Design Awards (IOJDA) have been announced following the prize-giving gala at the Lightning Ridge Opal Festival on 26 July. Read more »

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Sapphire Situation: Expedition to Ethiopia's sapphire fields

At the 2017 Tucson Gem Show, author Andrew Lucas was approached by Ethiopian dealers attending a seminar given by Shane McClure, Global Director, Colored Stone Svc. They proposed to Lucas and McClure to conduct research on Ethiopian gemstone deposits for GIA. Read more »
Diamonds are just some of the gems discovered to be phony in a museum's collection

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Museum discovers fake diamonds and gemstones

An international museum with significant historical collections has discovered some of its diamonds, sapphires and rubies are “fakes”. Read more »
The GIA's new service traces a diamond's origin, and includes an app for consumers

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New GIA service traces diamond’s origin

The Gemological Institute of America (GIA) has introduced a program that allows retailers to track the origin of select polished diamonds, potentially providing a unique selling opportunity and improved consumer confidence. Read more »
Mogok stone tract market

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Burmese rubies: A brief stay in heaven

The path down Myanmar’s infamous Mogok Stone Tract is perilous but the promise of riches continues to attract intrepid gemstone explorers. E. Billie Hughes visits the ruby capital. Read more »

Diamonds
The world's most expensive diamonds

While auction records are frequently broken by some of the world’s most rare and beautiful gemstones, recent sales imply that global demand for diamonds reign supreme. Read more »
Add value with bespoke gemsa highly-skilled gem-cutter should be able to create a design that complements the stone’s natural shape, disguising any flaws or inclusions

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Add value with bespoke gems

Are your customers becoming disenchanted with everyday gemstones and asking for something a little different? Gem-cutter Doug Menadue believes bespoke gemstones can provide jewellers with a competitive edge.   Subscription required. Read more »

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