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While the larger, finer pieces of peridot are becoming more expensive, the price for this yellow-green gemstone remains relatively stable overall, helping spur demand.
The California-based jewelry designer has created a new look for the Diamond Empowerment Fund’s Green Bracelet.
The new pact is for the sorting, valuing and sales of diamonds mined by Namdeb Holdings in the southern African nation.
The National Geographic photographer spoke at Town & Country’s Philanthropy Summit about meeting with beneficiaries of Forevermark’s responsible sourcing efforts in Africa.  
It is the sixth biggest gem-quality diamond ever found and its sale price sets a new world record for a rough diamond.
Hennig Tenders is hosting a sale of single rough stones from the Superkolong diamond tailings plant in Kimberley as well as diamonds from the now-closed Ellendale mine in Australia.
Despite reporting a decrease in emerald and beryl production in its fiscal third quarter, the colored gemstone miner said it was on track to meet its guidance for the year.
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