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The company displayed the 18.96-carat pink diamond at its New York store in honor of its founder’s 125th birthday.
Recovered in 2009, it’s the most significant stone offered for sale by Alrosa in five years.
The superstar will hand-select two Black professionals to receive full tuition and paid expenses for its Graduate Gemologist program via distance education.
Second-generation diamantaire Boaz Moldawsky emerged victorious in what was described as a “tense” election.
Stuart Samuels of Premier Gem Corp. will succeed him.
The World Diamond Council reminds the trade that rough diamond exports from the Central African Republic remain restricted to a handful of “green zones.”
The diamond miner and marketer said COVID-19 had a “profound impact” on global diamond supply and demand.
This time, they were either lab-grown diamonds or treated natural diamonds with counterfeit GIA report number inscriptions.
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