The nonprofit is presenting the 2023 Pure Earth Impact Award to Van der Veken to recognize her environmental advocacy.
The retail offering, said to be the first of its kind, allows customers to follow a single rough diamond through the cutting process.
WJI 2030, founded in 2021 by Kering and Cartier, focuses on creating a more sustainable watch and jewelry industry.
In its 13th year, the event will focus on luxury in the age of responsible practices.
OFAC sanctioned four companies it claims are helping fund the Wagner Group, the organization that just attempted a coup in Russia.
The Science Based Targets initiative confirmed the jeweler’s goal is in line with the latest climate science.
First held in Antwerp last year, the second edition of the conference is slated to take place this October in Botswana.
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.
Actress Michaela Coel was “dripping in gold” at the Met Gala, wearing jewelry handmade by fellow British-Ghanian artist Emefa Cole.
Registration is open now to join the for-profit arm of Gem Legacy on its third trip to Tanzania and Kenya.
Duvall O’Steen and Jen Cullen Williams share expert advice on how to avoid misleading consumers when it comes to more nuanced topics.
The CEOs of Signet, Helzberg, and GIA spoke on a water conservation panel, and had lakes named in their companies’ honor.
The exhibit received the Betty Clayton Gibson Memorial Trophy for “Best Museum Exhibit for 2023.”
Organizers hope the conference, scheduled for Aug. 11-13, will encourage discussion and action around the responsible jewelry movement.
In a Q&A, founder Geoff Dominy shares WGF’s plans for training a generation of gemologists in gem-producing countries in Africa.
They will be available exclusively at the retailer through Valentine’s Day 2023.
Debuting today, it is open to Provenance Proof blockchain users.
Senior Editor, Gemstones, Brecken Branstrator shares takeaways from her second trip to Tanzania and Kenya.
Christina T. Miller Sustainable Jewelry Consulting’s four-part class is enrolling now.
More than 30 designers donated pieces to raise funds for the nonprofit’s work against mercury pollution.
The winners, picked by a group of judges and voted as the public’s favorite, will be announced in a webinar on Oct. 11.
The event will be held on Nov. 4 and 5 at Columbia College’s Film Row Cinema Building.
It will be held Sept. 6 and 7 at local gallery Balefire Goods.