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The iD100, which is used to identify lab-grown diamonds even when they’re set in jewelry, is available for $3,995--for now.
The diamond miner and marketer sold $530 million in rough diamonds in its fifth sales cycle of the year, down 6 percent when compared with the same period last year.
The grant from the Accredited Gemologists Association will help fund his cutting-edge work on origin of color in diamonds.
A $10,000 grant from the Jewish Joint Distribution Committee will help the movie, “Forgotten Jewels, A Haven in Havana,” with post-production and distribution.
Fosun Gold has put in an offer for the company that tops the one made by the miner’s biggest investor, Pallinghurst Resources.
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