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Piece of the Week: A ‘Strong & Precious’ Brooch
Centered on a sunny heliodor, the “Links” pin was designed by Ukrainian jewelry artist Inesa Kovalova.
The G7’s Long-Awaited Statement on Russian Diamonds Is Here
It provides a timeline for the implementation of new restrictions, but no details.
Police Continue to Investigate Murder of Colorado Jeweler
Peter Damian Arguello, the owner of Peter Damian Fine Jewelry & Antiques, was shot and killed in an apparent robbery last week.
David Prager To Leave De Beers in 2024
Ryan Perry, who has been with De Beers since 2002, also will be leaving the company next year.
Lightbox Teams Up With Brand Founded by Former Tiffany Exec
The lab-grown diamond brand also collaborated with the website The Future Rocks on a collection launching today.
This Pink Diamond Reigned Supreme in Hong Kong
The 15.48-carat fancy intense “Pink Supreme” topped Christie’s fall jewelry auction in Asia, while a Patek Philippe led the watch sale.
Largest New Diamond Mine of the Decade Coming Online in Angola
The Luele mine is expected to eventually make the country the world’s third-largest diamond producer.
Warren Buffett on Success, Mistakes and Betting on America
The best quotes from the Oracle of Omaha and his right-hand man Charlie Munger from the 2018 Berkshire Hathaway shareholders meeting.
Mary Tyler Moore’s Jewelry Is Up For Auction
You can have this jewelry, why don’t you take it?
JSA Warns of Surge in Attacks on Jewelers on the Road
There have been eight attacks in the last month, spanning from a jewelry store parking lot in Rhode Island to highways in California.
De Beers’ Rough Diamond Sales Sink to $80M
India’s voluntary moratorium on rough diamond imports coupled with a stunted recovery in China continue to impact the miner.
Piece of the Week: A Verdura for Chanel Cuff From the ‘30s
Up for auction at Bonhams next month, the rare enamel and gem-set cuff is considered the star of the sale.
Anna Martin Is Retiring From GIA
She will step down from her position as senior vice president of institute and industry relations at the end of the year.
Here Are the Nominees for the 2024 Gem Awards
Jewelers of America has revealed the names of the individuals and companies up for awards in the design, media, and retail categories.
Celebrated Jewelry Designer Henry Dunay Dies at 88
His wake is set for Wednesday, while the funeral will take place Thursday in Brooklyn, New York.
Pandora’s US Sales Bounce Back in Q3
Sales increased 5 percent after a down quarter as the brand saw in-store traffic pick up.
Rio Tinto Appoints New Head of Diavik Mine
Matthew Breen will take over as chief operating officer, succeeding Angela Biggs, the first woman to lead the mine.
‘Bleu Royal’ Takes Crown as Top Auction Jewel of 2023
A buyer paid $44 million for the 17.61-carat fancy vivid blue diamond.
Barbara Walters’ Fine Jewelry a White-Glove Sale at Bonhams
The late journalist’s antique jewelry proved to be of particular interest.
Boucheron Acquires High Jewelry Workshop in Paris
The workshop is comprised of four companies: Blondeau, Belter, Chanson & Cie, and FG Développement.
Piece of the Week: A Little Aloha
Hawai’i-based designer Sharon Lehua Gilbert’s gold and diamond “Kumu Nalu” bracelet pays homage to the ocean.
Savannah Bananas Owner to Headline AGS Conclave 2024
Jesse Cole will deliver the opening keynote address at the American Gem Society’s main event next year.
De Beers Production Declines 23 Percent in Q3
The company attributed the drop to the ongoing transition at Venetia and planned maintenance at its diamond mines in Botswana.
Kering’s Q3 Sales Slide Amid Luxury Sales Slowdown
However, the company’s jewelry brands seemed to hold their own.
Philadelphia Jeweler Followed Home, Robbed of Luxury Watch
The incident serves as a reminder to jewelers to be “prudent” about what they wear outside the store, the Jewelers’ Security Alliance said.