Last week, Jewelers of America’s Amanda Gizzi highlighted 16 sweet diamond jewels in honor of the April birthstone, including this Ippolita cuff.
New York—Fell behind on the week’s jewelry news? Here are five stories to get you back in the loop.

1. Gemfields Reports $60M Loss in 2018

A new tax levied in Zambia played a significant part in putting the colored stone miner in the red.

2. The Smart Lab: 3 Competitive Advantages of Paid Search
It’s a key element to securing the attention of shoppers online, Smart Age Solutions CEO Emmanuel Raheb writes.

3. How GIA Is Changing Its Reports for Lab-Grown Diamonds
The lab has dropped the word “synthetic” from the document and added standard scales for reference.

4. Aquamarine Fabergé Tiara Heads to Auction
A gift from a grand duke to his bride in 1904, the aquamarine and diamond piece could sell for up to $340,000 at Christie’s Geneva May 15.

5. Amanda’s Style File: April Birthstone Brings the Bling
Amanda Gizzi spotlights 16 pieces of diamond jewelry perfect for the month of April.


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