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Rare mineral specimens to go up on the block

Rare mineral specimens to go up on the block This rhodochrosite specimen, called “The Porcupine,” came from the Kalahari Manganese Field in the Northern Cape province of South Africa. ... Read More »

Co. awarded license to mine rubies in Greenland

Co. awarded license to mine rubies in Greenland Vancouver, British Columbia--The government of Greenland has given Canada’s True North Gems Inc. an exclusive 30-year mining license ... Read More »

Gem-A’s annual conference returns to historic site

Gem-A’s annual conference returns to historic site London--The Gemmological Association of Great Britain (Gem-A) will move its annual conference this year back to the former Royal Agricultural ... Read More »

GSI 'Joy' boxes bring essentials to children

GSI 'Joy' boxes bring essentials to children GSI is collaborating with the Each One Teach One foundation to fill boxes with essential supplies for underprivileged children in Mumbai. ... Read More »

Gemfields emerald, beryl auction nets $36M

Gemfields emerald, beryl auction nets $36M Lusaka, Zambia--Gemfields’ recent auction of predominantly higher quality rough emerald and beryl in Lusaka realized $36.5 million, a company ... Read More »

Gemfields introduces pieces for the mid-market

Gemfields introduces pieces for the mid-market New York--London-based colored gemstone miner Gemfields is expanding its distribution to include more moderately priced pieces that will ... Read More »

AGTA to hold its first charity run in Tucson

AGTA to hold its first charity run in Tucson New York--The American Gem Trade Association (AGTA) has announced its first Coyote Classic 5K run, which will take place amid the GemFair ... Read More »

CPAA raffling off trip to Tahitian pearl farm

CPAA raffling off trip to Tahitian pearl farm Providence, R.I.--The Cultured Pearl Association of America is in the midst of its second annual fundraising event, offering the chance ... Read More »

Designer Courtney brings csarite to the US

Designer Courtney brings csarite to the US The Courtney Collection is the first and only authorized distributor of csarite in the United States. The color-changing gemstone, found in ... Read More »

GIA enhances offerings at Tucson shows

GIA enhances offerings at Tucson shows Attendees of the Tucson Gem and Mineral Show will get to preview pieces from the GIA’s spring exhibit in Carlsbad, Calif., “Gems & Gemology ... Read More »

Rocks On: Pearls, fit for a new generation

Rocks On: Pearls, fit for a new generation Jewelry using colored pearls or pearls with unique shapes or designs, such as this ring from Yoko London, are becoming increasingly popular ... Read More »

AGTA GemFair buyer traffic up 3 percent

AGTA GemFair buyer traffic up 3 percent Tucson--The American Gem Trade Association reports that the 2014 AGTA GemFair Tucson saw a 3 percent increase in buyer traffic from 2013. A total ... Read More »

50 percent of lots sell for Gemfields in India

50 percent of lots sell for Gemfields in India Jaipur, India--Colored gemstone miner Gemfields PLC announced that it sold half of the lots offered at its auction of traded rough emeralds ... Read More »

Trends from Tucson: Cool colors dominate

Trends from Tucson: Cool colors dominate This 14-karat white gold ring by Drukker Designs featuring color-gradient tourmalines and diamonds ($500) was among the pieces showcased at ... Read More »

Csarite becomes part of the National Gem Collection

Csarite becomes part of the National Gem Collection Jeffrey Post, curator of the National Gem Collection in Washington, holds the csarite stones donated to the collection. Dubai--Two ... Read More »

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