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An International Gemological Institute (IGI) laboratory has identified a 6.18-carat 'natural' diamond as lab-created. Image: IGI

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Large lab-grown diamond deception revealed

The International Gemological Institute (IGI) has determined that a 6.18-carat round brilliant cut diamond, which had been submitted for grading as natural, was lab-created. Read more »

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Now Showing: the rarest opal pattern on earth; turning a yellow ring white; and $200,000 aquamarine in the mountains

Take a few moments to enjoy Jeweller's Friday Flicks video selection including updates on current affairs and insights into our jewellery trade. This week, take a closer look at a rare opal pattern, join an aquamarine expedition in the Rockies, and watch as a jeweller turns a yellow gold ring white. Read more »
The rough and polished sectors of the diamond 'pipeline' have recorded price increases as a result of supply and demand pressures. Image: De Beers

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Diamond market rebounds; prices rise

The international diamond trade has continued to recover following the COVID-19 downturn, with manufacturers striving to meet strong consumer demand from the US and China and rising prices for rough and polished stones. Read more »
The YourDiamonds.com public tender includes a 2-carat pink diamond (centre) with a price guide of $1.5–2.5 million, as well as several pinks above 1 carat.

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First 'public tender' of Argyle pink diamonds expected to break records

The first-ever 'public tender' of Argyle pink diamonds, including 33 previously-owned stones ranging from 0.23–2.00 carats, is expected to break the record for the most expensive diamond sold in Australia. Read more »

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Now Showing: Opal hunting in a tropical storm; incredible crystals; and diamonds beyond jewellery

Take a few moments to enjoy Jeweller's Friday Flicks video selection including updates on current affairs and insights into our jewellery trade. This week, watch as opal hunters get to work in the middle of a tropical storm, discover the many uses of diamonds, and view stunning raw crystals and minerals.  Read more »
The International Gem & Jewellery Show Dubai will take place in the city this August.

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Indian trade body announces international jewellery fair in Dubai

The Gem & Jewellery Export Promotion Council (GJEPC), which organises the India International Jewellery Show (IIJS) Premiere and Signature, has announced a new trade fair to be held in Dubai from 14–16 August 2021. Read more »
The Karratha Queen – a 145kg silver nugget – and the King Henry, a 93kg gold specimen, on display at The Perth Mint's new public exhibition.

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Rare gold and silver nuggets go on display in Perth

The Perth Mint has unveiled two rare large gold and silver nuggets – which have been named the King Henry and the Karratha Queen – as part of its new Australian precious metals public exhibition. Read more »
RJ Scanlan & Co is now distributing the full range of The Lux Collection, which features fine German-made jewellery set with diamonds, pearls, and coloured gemstones. Image: RJ Scanlan & Co.

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Supplier introduces European jewellery collection

RJ Scanlan & Co. has expanded its fine jewellery offering, introducing the full range of The Lux Collection to the Australian market. Read more »
Natural diamond crystal nestled in kimberlite. Image: Shutterstock

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Why diamonds?: Exploring the history and future of the world’s most iconic gemstone

Australian geologist EWEN TYLER (AM) has been called the 'Father of Australian diamonds', having led the discovery of the country's three diamond mines. Here, he reflects on humanity’s captivation with these shimmering stones. Read more »
The Geneva Watch Days organiser has confirmed the physical event will return in August 2021.

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Swiss shows announce return dates

Swiss watch fair Geneva Watch Days – which was first held in 2020 following the cancellation of Baselworld and Watches & Wonders Geneva – has confirmed its second edition will take place from 30 August–3 September 2021. Read more »
Fancy colour diamonds offer stunning creative potential. Image: Graff Tribal Collection Campaign 2021, David Morris necklace

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Fancy colour diamonds: A natural selection

While a relatively niche category, the creative appeal and attractive margins of fancy colour diamonds mean they continue to punch above their weight for jewellers, writes ARABELLA RODEN. Read more »
Computer-aided design and manufacturing continues to evolve the modern jewellery trade. Image credit: Palloys

Feature Stories
2021 CAD/CAM Report: Designing the future

Computer-aided design and manufacturing have become an almost intrinsic part of the jewellery industry – especially given the demand for custom makes and personalisation, writes ARABELLA RODEN. Read more »

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Now Showing: Meet the siblings who found $1.2 million in opal; making a $100,000 ring out of dust; and up close with alexandrite

Take a few moments to enjoy Jeweller's Friday Flicks video selection including updates on current affairs and insights into our jewellery trade. This week, meet the Australian siblings who discovered a $1.2 million opal find, watch a master jeweller make a $100,000 ring from dust, and discover the secrets of alexandrite.  Read more »
The four record breaking lots from Christie's recent auction. Left to right: The 'Sakura diamond' pink diamond ring; Muzo x Argyle emerald and pink diamond earrings; the 'Sweet Heart' pink diamond ring; Burmese ruby ring

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Recent record breakers: Pink diamond sold for $37 million

Auction house Christie’s has recorded several outstanding results in its recent ‘Magnificent Jewels’ sale in Hong Kong, including the Sakura Diamond, which became the largest purple-pink flawless diamond ever sold at auction. Read more »
The ‘Sakura Diamond’ sold for $HK226.275 million at a Christie's auction in May. Image credit: Christie's

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What it’s really worth

The recent auction of the Sakura Diamond at Christie’s was reported to be both ‘disappointing’ and ‘record-breaking’ – so which was it? ARABELLA RODEN explores the complex factors that determine value. Read more »

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