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The United States isn’t the only place where consumers will be seeing more diamond advertising this fall.
The laboratory said the 5.19-carat diamond represents a “significant milestone” in CVD diamond growing.
The announcement came right as U.S. industry leaders traveled to the country to discuss bilateral trade between it and the United States.
Diamond prices fluctuated little between August and September, the latest report from the Rapaport Group shows.
The sale, which offered emerald and amethyst from Zambia, indicated a softening in demand for lower-quality gemstones in some markets.
The Diamond Producers Association has unveiled the first two commercials for “Real is Rare,” the campaign designed to fuel millennial interest in diamonds.
The U.S. Jewelry Council will bring representatives from across the jewelry industry together to discuss transparency and detection.
Left to right: Charles Ntwaagae, Botswana Ambassador to the United Nations; U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon; Raven Carey-James, Nancy Orem Lyman and Nicola Breytenbach Steiner of DEF; Yoo Soon-taek and Elizabeth Ntwaagae
The Diamond Empowerment Fund continued its string of philanthropic contributions at Botswana’s 50th anniversary celebration.
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