The Accredited Gemologist Association’s annual event in Tucson is scheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 5.
It’s the first time the event, held for years in the U.K., will be stateside.
Editor-in-Chief Michelle Graff recounts the stories and trends of 2010-2019 that had the greatest impact on the fine jewelry industry.
All proceeds go to Gem Legacy and the Tanzanian Women Miners Association.
The decisions mark the end of a three-year reform cycle for the Kimberley Process.
More source countries are moving to keep the value of their mineral resources in country. What does this mean for the colored stone sector both locally and around the globe?
The first in a new series from Senior Editor Brecken Branstrator highlights a program bringing tracked gems from women miners in Tanzania to market and improving mining along the way.
Next year, the jeweler will start sharing information on where stones were cut and polished.
Senior Editor Brecken Branstrator reviews the top technology, activities and trends in colored gemstones this year.
Walmart uses blockchain to track food while Maersk keeps tabs on shipping containers. Here’s what industry leaders want it to do for diamonds.
Yianni Melas is in Geneva, where Christie’s is set to auction off the “The Art of De Grisogono, Creation I.”