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Kim E. Pelletier, who spent three years as vice president of sales and marketing at Polygon, will helm the new diamond trading platform.
It’s an expansion of the service GIA launched in 2016 to address concerns about lab-grown and treated diamonds being mixed into parcels of melee.
The institute is offering $1 million in funds for new enrollments next year.
It’s the largest find for Gem Diamonds so far this year, and is believed to be the second-largest gem-quality diamond dug up this year.
The association is also building a “United Nations of ambassadors” to promote natural color diamonds.
The New York City gemstone laboratory has developed a model system for doing business in person during the pandemic.
Fuli Gemstones is mining, processing and cutting vivid, grass-green peridot in the northeastern region of China.
A big diamond find in Russia, another change from GIA, a sneak thief on the loose, and more.
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