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Learn where and when the gemstone was discovered, its current supply outlook and where you can go to see a few today.
Our Editor-in-Chief Michelle Graff offers a refresher following the Federal Trade Commission’s distribution of eight warning letters regarding advertisements for lab-grown diamond jewelry or diamond simulants.
One group wants to define key supply chain terms, and they are looking to the industry for input on how to do it.
Senior Editor Brecken Branstrator says spinel and garnet are hot while the end of the shows were not.
They include updates on the state of the North American natural pearl market, Ethiopian emeralds and tourmaline production.
Lady Gaga and Tiffany & Co. rounded out a stellar awards season with their most dramatic jewelry look yet.
It will be a watershed year for man-made diamonds, Editor-in-Chief Michelle Graff writes.
A Silicon Valley startup wants to shake up the way consumers think about diamonds, and it’s got nothing to do with lab-grown stones.
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