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Rio Tinto Reveals Largest Red Diamond At Preview In New York

Rio Tinto has unveiled the largest Fancy Red diamond in the history of its Argyle Pink Diamonds Tender, during a world exclusive preview in New York.

Diamond Markets Update – mid July 2017

Diamond markets quiet and in vacation mode Polished inventory levels ‎in current diamond markets sufficient to see dealers through the third quarter.

De Beers Mining Sees Production, Sales Volume Jump

De Beers Mining Division reported a spike in rough diamond production and sales during the second quarter, noting stable trading conditions and an increased contribution from its recently launched Gahcho Kué mine in Canada.

Jewelry Stores Sales Rise in May in USA

Sales at specialty jewelry stores in the US jumped 4.7% to $3.06 billion in May, according to provisional data recently published by the US Census Bureau.

India’s much-anticipated goods and services tax (GST).

India’s much-anticipated goods and services tax (GST) took effect on July 1, drawing both praise and criticism from the diamond and jewelry industry. The tax — which Prime Minister Narendra Modi dubbed the “good and simple tax” — replaces a complex list of national and regional levies with one overriding system for taxing transactions.

Hong Kong Jewellery and Gem Fair. Optimism as Show Begins.

30th-anniversary edition of the Hong Kong Jewellery and Gem Fair

Rockefeller Emerald – Harry Winston Spends $5.5M on Historic Gem

Harry Winston bought the Rockefeller Emerald for a record price per carat at Christie’s New York on Tuesday.

India’s Polished Trade Improves in May

By volume, polished trade export jumped 12% year on year to 3.4 million carats...

Las Vegas Jewelry Show – Is There Business in Show Business?

The Las Vegas jewelry show season injected some confidence back into the diamond trade...

Flush With Cash, Americans Buying More Diamonds Than Ever

Demand in the U.S. now accounts for more than half of the world’s diamond consumption