National Jeweler Network



Hari Krishna rewards employees with cars, homes

Cash bonuses, jewelry, trips--these are examples of rewards retail employees could see when a store meets its sales goals. And these might have been more than enough to satisfy, until they get word about the rewards one company recently heaped on its workers. 


Diamond grower producing 2-carat, E color stones

A lab-grown diamond company announced Monday that it is now producing high-quality 2-carat diamonds and expects to be growing 3-carat stones by early 2015.  


World Diamond Council names executive director

Just ahead of its annual meeting, the World Diamond Council announced that it has chosen Patricia Syvrud, a GIA graduate gemologist who owns a jewelry industry consulting firm, as its first executive director.  


Supplier sends 10 carats sky high

To celebrate its new “Diamonds” collection, London’s Bonds of Union flew an exceptional stone over Holland Park in west London.


DEF to give $240K to educational institutions

The Diamond Empowerment Fund announced Tuesday that its board of directors approved the granting of funds to its three existing beneficiaries as well as an additional $15,000 donation to the Flaviana Matata Foundation.


Antwerp diamond fair dates set for 2015

The next Antwerp Diamond Trade Fair is scheduled for Feb. 1 to 3, with the trading floors of the city's diamond bourses converted into exhibition spaces for the event.


Gov’t releases report on combating child labor

Cote D’Ivoire, Colombia and Brazil are among the nations that have made significant progress to combat child labor in mines over the past year, a report from the U.S. Department of Labor states. 


RapNet app now syncs with desktop site

The Rapaport Diamond Trading Network announced that it will launch an updated version of its mobile application for the iPhone Sunday to allow RapNet members to more easily do business on the go. 


Israel exchange again stressing mined diamonds

Next month, members of the Israel Diamond Exchange will return to New York for another week-long trading event, bringing back with them their “Natural Is Real” campaign emphasizing the Israeli diamond industry’s commitment to mined, not lab-grown, stones.