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Revived CanadaMark hallmark programme comes to Asia
Proud of its diamonds’ provenance, Dominion Diamond Corporation (DDC) recently unveiled in Hong Kong its rejuvenated CanadaMark diamond hallmark programme. The hallmark provides independent verification that a diamond is of Canadian origin.
Strong investment programme vital to diamond sector’s growth, De Beers says
The search for economically viable diamond deposits is increasingly becoming more complex and costly, according to De Beers, which recently forecast a slow decline in global diamond production from 2020 and onwards.
Antwerp’s ‘Diamond Night’ in Shanghai
Antwerp and Shanghai recently celebrated the 30th anniversary of their sisterhood ties in style.
Stellar recovers large diamonds from Baoulé project
Stellar Diamonds Plc recently recovered several large diamonds from trial mining operations at its Baoulé kimberlite pipe in Guinea.
6th ADTF slated in February 2015
The sixth Antwerp Diamond Trade Fair (ADTF) will open its doors to jewellers from February 1 to 3 next year.
Rockwell Q2 revenues up 71%
Rockwell Diamonds recently reported that second-quarter revenue was up 71 percent year on year to Cdn$16.9 million, comprising Cdn$14.2 million from diamond sales and beneficiation income of Cdn$2.7 million.
Alrosa begins mining at Karpinskogo
Russian diamond mining giant Alrosa said its subsidiary, Severalmaz JSC, recently started mining for precious stones at Karpinskogo-1 kimberlite pipe in the Lomonosov deposit of the Russian Federation’s Arkhangelsk region.
Lucapa names industry experts to oversee its Lulo operations
Lucapa Diamond Co Ltd appointed two industry experts to oversee operations of the company’s Lulo Diamond Concession in Angola.
China’s diamond market enters a new chapter of growth
China’s diamond market is showing no signs of slowing down in spite of a challenging macroeconomic environment. In fact, consumers’ strong demand for bridal jewellery and increasing interest in diamond investment are fuelling enough activity to sustain growth, according to executives from Shenzhen Sino-Africa Diamond Co Ltd, Antwerp-based Rosy Blue NV and Jurassic Color Diamond from Taiwan.
China demand continues to drive growth in diamond sector
Occupying an ever greater share of global consumer demand for diamond jewellery, China remains the major engine for growth in the diamond industry, De Beers Group CEO Philippe Mellier said at “The Diamond Insight Report” forum held on the sidelines of the 32nd September Hong Kong Jewellery & Gem Fair.
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