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As if taking notes from Pantone’s colors of the year, the two most notable stones in the auction world this week were a 15.38-carat pink and a 14.62-carat blue diamond.
Two major players shared their latest performance updates--Pandora’s first quarter results and Gemfields’ third quarter production numbers. Read all about it and more in our weekly photo rewind.
From extraordinary designs to everyday talismans and must-see wedding jewelry, this week’s Style File features 16 pieces that will be on display at the upcoming trade shows in Las Vegas.
This week brought news of two very notable diamonds that will be up for sale soon. Read all about them and more in our weekly photo recap.
This week was full of diamond news, including the announcement that the Diamond Development Initiative has launched a set of standards for artisanally mined stones.
This week included the results of two major fine jewelry auctions in New York and the news that Signet is moving its Dallas headquarters into a mixed used development called Cypress Waters.
This week included the American Gem Society in Washington, D.C. and the announcement that Tiffany will begin selling on Net-a-Porter.
This week included one New York City retailer shuttering its store to go online-only and the sale of a 10.10-carat fancy vivid blue diamond in Hong Kong.
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