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Rapaport Group said optimism in the U.S. market ahead of the holiday season lifted prices.
Partnership Africa Canada alleges in a new report that conflict diamonds from the Central African Republic are reaching international markets via Cameroon.
Clients can now submit round D to Z melee-size diamonds for analysis and color sorting to the Gemological Institute of America.
National Public Radio recently considered the lab-grown diamond market in a segment on its flagship news program, “All Things Considered.”
Alan Bronstein of Aurora Gems was just elected as the new president of the Natural Color Diamond Association.
The Natural Color Diamond Association recently held an election for its board of directors, tapping Bronstein as president and Jose Batista as vice president.
The company’s higher quality rough emerald auction, originally scheduled for this month, has been postponed until February.
It is trying to get a better sense of U.S. consumers’ buying habits and attitudes toward jewelry set with rubies, sapphires and emeralds.
At its annual board meeting, the Gemological Institute of America appointed the former president of the Jewelers Board of Trade as the new board chair.
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