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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.
L.J. West Diamonds is partnering with the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County on an exhibition of natural colored diamonds called “Diamonds: Rare Brilliance.”
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Both diamond miners continue to characterize diamond sales as being positive.
Highlights from Joel and Barbara Hauser’s mineral collection are now on view at the GIA’s museum in Carlsbad.
The Diavik Foxfire was mined in Canada and will be on display at the Smithsonian through February.
L.J. West Diamonds was the winning bidder for the 2.83-carat “Argyle Violet,” the biggest violet diamond ever to emerge from Rio Tinto’s Argyle mine.
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