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One-in-a-million natural colored diamonds command jaw-dropping amounts of money at auction. Overall prices are seeing a more modest increase.
It’s free and available on the Jewelers Vigilance Committee’s website.
It will provide its gem guide for evaluating rough in four additional African countries and reach 10,000 miners.
The University of Delaware developed its new Minerals, Materials and Society graduate certificate with the mid-career professional in mind.
Marketing executive David Kellie will assume the role when Lieberherr steps down at the end of the year.
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