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The two companies paid a little over $40 million for the five diamonds, which range in size from 10 to 26 carats.
The initiative’s inaugural project is a design challenge culminating in an auction to benefit three organizations focused on justice and equity in the industry.
This follows a significant uptick this year, according to the Silver Institute, even as global jewelry demand was down.
The lab’s new Gemstone Rating evaluates the quality, rarity and salience of a stone to assign it a numerical value from 75 to 100.
The fully automated instrument allows users to take 360-degree pictures of diamonds, no technical or photography skills needed.
The diamond company is combining its marketing and sustainable impact teams.
The pandemic slowed activity for a majority of the market and left the most vulnerable sectors of the colored stone supply chain in a dire situation.
It’s from the Karowe mine in Botswana.
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