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DPA jumpstarts ‘Real is Rare’ marketing platform
The Diamond Producers Association (DPA) recently fired the opening salvo of its “Real is Rare” marketing platform for diamonds that targets millennial consumers in the US, DPA CEO Jean-Marc Lieberherr said in an interview held on the sidelines of the September Hong Kong Jewellery & Gem Fair.
Diamantaire maintains rosy outlook for fancy coloured diamonds
Demand for fancy coloured diamonds has remained steady in the face of sluggish economic conditions and geopolitical uncertainty thereby attesting to the gems’ tremendous potential as stores of wealth, according to US-based Scarselli Diamonds.
New tender facility adds sparkle to Israel’s diamond sector
Israel Diamond Exchange (IDE) President Yoram Dvash is upbeat on prospects of further stimulating growth in Israel’s diamond sector following the launch of the International Tender Center in Ramat Gan.
KP chair fortifies Africa Initiative with Zimbabwe visit
Kimberley Process (KP) Chair Ahmed Bin Sulayem gave the Africa Initiative another boost with a recent trip to Zimbabwe as part of his visits to KP members and other African States.
Antwerp takes lead in fight against undisclosed synthetics
Beginning January 1, 2017, Antwerp’s four diamond bourses will be among the first to actively enforce guidelines defined by the World Federation of Diamond Bourses (WFDB) to combat non-disclosure of synthetic diamonds.
New device detects synthetics in finished jewellery
India-based DRC Techno is introducing J-Secure, an instrument that helps identify synthetic diamonds mounted in jewellery.
Rio Tinto’s Argyle pink diamonds inspire luxury jewellery collections
Rio Tinto’s 2016 Argyle Pink Diamonds Tender collection has become the inspiration for a $20-million showcase of iconic pink and blue diamond jewellery pieces and limited-edition collections of exquisite jewellery in New York.
Australian Diamonds: Natural, pure and beautiful gems from Argyle
Responding to the growing consumer and trade interest in diamond provenance, Rio Tinto recently launched its Australian DiamondsTM programme in China – a marketing initiative focused on Argyle diamonds and jewellery collections that are tracked from the source and have a clear and transparent supply chain.
HRD Antwerp holds maiden rough diamond course in Portugal
HRD Antwerp held its inaugural Introduction to Sorting and Planning of Rough Diamonds (RDSP) course in Lisbon, Portugal.
Gahcho Kué commences ramp-up of production
The De Beers Group of Companies and Mountain Province Diamonds announced recently that the Gahcho Kué mine had commenced ramp-up of production.
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