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An exhibition highlighting Southwestern turquoise jewelry will be on display at the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture in Santa Fe beginning April 13.
Spinels are growing in popularity but supply remains inconsistent, pushing prices skyward. Graduate Gemologist (G.G.) Edward Boehm advises buying them now, as prices only will continue to climb. 
India’s Gem & Jewellery Export Promotion Council (GJEPC) said the two companies, Dalumi Diamonds and Narola Gems, named in its Nov. 6 release on undisclosed synthetics are not being accused of undisclosed mixing of lab-grown diamonds with natural but, rather, were victims.
Manufacturer and diamond wholesaler A.V. Diamonds announced that it now has a partnership with HVK International Private Ltd., a sightholder with both De Beers and Russian diamond miner Alrosa.
The Diamond Empowerment Fund said that DJ M.O.S. has been selected to spin at the third annual Good Awards this January. 
The first tender of rough diamonds from the Marange region of Zimbabwe in Antwerp will take place this week, Botswana-based diamond company First Element (Pty.) Ltd. announced.
Synthetic diamonds--specifically those being passed off as natural--were one of the top stories in the jewelry industry last year, and it doesn’t look the man-made stones will be relinquishing their news-making reign anytime soon.
The Accredited Gemologists Association (AGA) has chosen Dr. John Emmett, who is considered the world’s foremost expert on corundum treatments, as the recipient of the 2014 Antonio C. Bonanno Award for Excellence in Gemology.
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