The Yurman Family Crystalline Pass is inside the museum’s brand-new Richard Gilder Center.
The company confirmed it will be combining the auctions for the fifth and sixth sales cycles into one.
In a collection of Q&As, key players give insight on supply, demand, the importance of origin, and whether the “Color of the Year” matters.
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Sergey Ivanov Jr., who is under U.S. sanction, is out, replaced by Almazy Anabara CEO Pavel Marinychev.
The 105-carat diamond has a complicated history with ties to Britain’s colonial rule over India.
De Beers said the main reason production leveled off in the first quarter is Venetia, which is transitioning to an underground operation.
More than 130 Made in Italy Manufacturers will be exhibiting at JCK Las Vegas and Couture under the Extraordinary Italian Jewelry banner.
Registration is open now to join the for-profit arm of Gem Legacy on its third trip to Tanzania and Kenya.
Awaiting a name, the rare gem is one of the largest pink diamonds ever recovered.
Priyank Kothari, formerly with Venus Jewel, has been appointed to head the diamond company’s India operations.
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Named the “Lion of Merelani,” the gem will be displayed at the D.C. museum along with the story of its cutting.
The company’s third-cycle sales totaled $540 million, down only slightly from the same period in a strong 2022.
The news came as the diamond manufacturer officially opened a new factory in Gaborone, its first outside Antwerp.
Burgundy has opted not to exercise its option to buy the mining claims Gibb River Diamonds currently owns.
The mood among diamantaires is fairly optimistic despite the challenges brought about by sanctions and a cloudy economic outlook.
Shah talks with National Jeweler about diamond demand, lab-grown, and why it’s difficult to make predictions about the U.S. market.
Australian mining company Burgundy Diamond Mines announced plans to buy the mine in a deal valued at $136 million.
Gove, who has more than a decade of experience in the diamond industry, is Opsydia’s new sales and marketing director.
New CEO Al Cook said the economic uncertainty that lingered in late 2022 caused sightholders to put off buying until later in 2023.
The company is going underground at the A21 open pit, a move that will help extend the mine’s life into early 2026.
The designer gave National Jeweler a behind-the-scenes look at his gemstone explorations at the Tucson gem shows.
The money went to individuals in diamond mining and manufacturing communities in Africa, India and Canada.
In a Q&A, the gemstone wholesaler shares how he built up his TikTok following by giving viewers a behind-the-scenes look at the industry.
Rio Grande will promote AGTA gemstones and membership to its customers, while AGTA will promote education and industry standards.
The increase reflects continued demand for diamond jewelry and for “provenance-assured” goods.
Geologist Arnt-Eirik Rørnes has taken on the role.
Purchased directly from Rio Tinto, the collection consists of pinks, purples and one red, none larger than 1.52 carats.
Shukan is the company’s new director of sales and development.
Charles Stanley, who has been with the company for more than two decades, will step down at the end of February.
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