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The mining company is putting more than 200 natural colored diamonds up for auction at the Hong Kong jewelry trade show next month.
Diamondoodles’ Hannah Becker and Noelle Habib Gems are selling Brazilian colored stones to raise money for Amazon Watch.
The company sold $280 million in rough diamonds in its latest sales cycle, down 44 percent from the same period last year.
In her 29 years with GIA, she helped establish the career fair and boost consumer confidence through education and outreach.
Only 37 percent of carats offered were purchased after a lot of 5 million carats of beryl went unsold.
The 14.83-carat fancy vivid purple-pink was cut from a nearly 28-carat rough diamond unearthed in 2017.
Researchers said the stone represented a “significant attempt to artificially reproduce the features seen on natural green diamonds.”
The miner’s deputy CEO said there are several “negative factors” impacting the market.
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