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These jewels made an impact, even during a virtual broadcast.
It’s the gemstone also known as bixbite, but there are some in the trade who think it should be called red emerald.
Started in response to the pandemic, Virtu Gem sells rough from miners in Zambia and Malawi.
Lahri is the managing director of Lucara Botswana, which operates the Karowe mine. She’s the first woman—and the first female citizen of Botswana—to run a diamond mine in the country.
Which recently wed millennial royal made the most of their “something borrowed”?
The RapNet row, a touching remembrance of a beloved designer, lessons about fordite, tips on keeping jewelry clean, and more.
Long mistaken for spinel, taaffeite holds the distinction of being the only gem identified from a faceted stone.
A well-known woman in the jewelry world helped shape the stylistic narrative of one of the most iconic television series of all time.
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