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Questioning the ethics of synthetic diamonds

Synthetic diamonds are a fundamental threat to the natural diamond industry. They are not just a competitive product like gems, pearls or gold jewellery – they are a replacement product. Read more »
The world’s first online trading platform and price list for synthetic diamonds has been established.

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Lab-Grown Diamond Exchange launches in New York

The world’s first online platform designed specifically for buying and selling synthetic diamonds was launched this week, alongside a Laboratory-Grown Diamond Price Index. Read more »
 A collection of eight synthetic diamond engagement rings will be stocked in selected Michael Hill stores and on its website.

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Michael Hill launches lab-grown diamond rings

Jewellery chain Michael Hill International now sells a range of synthetic diamond engagement rings online and in 23 stores across Australia, New Zealand and Canada. Read more »
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Garnet: Gem of many colours - Part II

In part two of the Garnet: Gem of Many Colours series, key members of the garnet family will be discussed, together with garnet history – in the jewellery sense – and garnet lore. Read more »
Following another successful Bharat Diamond Week, the Bourse may consider allowing synthetic diamond trading.

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Lab-grown trading on agenda for Bharat Diamond Bourse?

Bharat Diamond Bourse (BDB) has hinted that it may allow the trading of synthetic diamonds, following another successful edition of Bharat Diamond Week (BDW) on 14–16 October. Read more »
SCS Global Services is putting synthetic diamond producers’ sustainability claims to the test.

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Synthetic diamonds assessed for sustainability

Several synthetic diamond producers have agreed to a third-party audit as part of developing an independent sustainability certification for lab-grown stones. Read more »
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 »

Feature Stories
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 »

Bridal & Engagement Trends
UPDATED: Top 32 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 »
Garnet gemstone

Gemstones
Garnet – Gem of many colours: Part I

Long an indicator of wealth and status, deep red garnet was coveted by monarchs and nobles across many ancient cultures. The Romans used carved garnets in seals to mark their official documents, the ancient Britons decorated their weapons with the gems, and Egyptian pharaohs were buried with strings of garnets. 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 »

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