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The internally flawless, cushion-shaped fancy vivid blue diamond could sell for as much as $55 million and set a new world record price for a diamond at auction. 
The moissanite maker recently introduced a line of moissanite with D, E and F color grades, a first for the company. 
Daniel Struyf now is the international jewelry director at Bonhams, a newly created role that will see him expanding the company’s market share in the jewelry sector.
It is, in fact, being projected by Miragii, a “smart” necklace in the crowd-funding phase that projects incoming text messages and calls onto the wearer’s hand.
Pantone’s Fashion Color Report for next spring offers both bright and calming shades that “pay homage to the beauty of natural resources.”
The brand has introduced two new collections, Unexpected Miracles and Hand of Fatima, which offer charm designs that can be worn as bangles, rings, necklaces and earrings.
The historical 50.13-carat gemstone was once owned by the same family that possessed the Hope Diamond and is expected to sell for more than $300,000 at Bonhams this month.
The Silver Promotion Service is sponsoring the new category, which will recognize exceptionally designed silver jewelry that incorporates natural gemstones or cultured pearls.
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