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Adam Sandler as a jeweler, a holiday jewelry trends preview, counterfeit Cartier and more.
The miner dug up two large colored diamonds at its Karowe mine in Botswana.
The London-based tech company has developed blockchain platforms for both colored gemstones and diamonds.
Set for a Dec. 13 release, the film follows a fictional Diamond District jewelry store owner.
The South African diamond mining site is responsible for the largest rough diamond ever recovered.
The brand will donate 25 percent of profits from tourmaline jewelry sales to Earth Alliance.
The new mineral species has been named in honor of renowned microscopist and researcher John Koivula.
The nonprofit granted five students in Canada’s Northwest Territories $5,000 scholarships, its first effort in the region.
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