Image: De Beers At this week’s sight in Botswana, De Beers offered all its sightholders diamonds whose origins can be tracked through
A new service through the Gemological Institute of America (GIA) aims to help jewelry business owners and consumers looking to source their
Image: Eva De Bleeker – Belgian State Secretary for Consumer Affairs – source: OpenVLD Today, the distinction between a natural and a
The Kimberley Process ends its virtual plenary today, and it looks like it will follow an all-too-familiar pattern.
If you buy a diamond or a piece of diamond jewelry in Antwerp from a store that does not carry the Antwerp’s
Alrosa has unveiled a new diamond tracking system that uses nanotechnology to engrave gems, potentially allowing them to be traced from the
Reduce, reuse, recycle. Even though nearly five decades have passed since the catchy slogan was coined at the dawn of the environmental
Image: Diamond Foundry BBB National Programs’ National Advertising Division (NAD) has recommended that Diamond Foundry modify some of its advertising, to better
Ever since the blood diamond issue burst into public consciousness more than two decades ago, the industry has searched for a scientific
Despite the fact that the diamond industry took three body blows from the COVID-19 pandemic, there are clear reasons for hope.