A report by a nonprofit documented an alleged seven deaths and 41 assaults on artisanal miners at the Williamson mine in Tanzania.
Week in Photos – February 15, 2016
Bulgari’s unveiling of its “perfect mistake” and New York-based designer Michal Kadar being named a “Rising Star” were among the stories we covered this week.
Australian mining company Lucapa discovered a 404.2-carat diamond at its Lulo Mine in Angola this week, further convincing the mine’s operators that the site could contain many more large finds.
In other diamond news, De Beers announced that its sales fell more than 30 percent in 2015, former Rio Tinto chief Jean-Marc Lieberherr was named CEO of the Diamond Producers Association and some rather-muted ring bling was spotted on the red carpet at the annual Grammy Awards.
Recap the week that was, in photos.
It features pieces from the likes of Solange Azagury-Partridge, Suzanne Belperron, Marina B, and Silvia Furmanovich.
Millennials were once feared in the diamond industry, but now this younger generation has become today’s largest diamond buying demographic.
The Fura Marketing Council will offer advertising materials, sales training, product promotion initiatives, business consulting, and more.
The company celebrated its debut by collaborating with beauty entrepreneur Gucci Westman for a special edit of luxury items.
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