Rubel & Ménasché, French diamantaire
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News from the Diamond Industry
“We believe that the Blockchain platform has great transformative potential for the industry” Tom Montgomery, De Beers
On April 11th, De Beers representatives came to Paris to present their Blockchain pilot project called Tracr to the French industry.
ALROSA may acquire Russia’s major diamond polisher, Kristall, in a bid to support the country’s gem-cutting industry and help create a stronger competitor to global group De Beers.
In the early 2000s, as the Kimberley Process was being forged, an NGO activist told me the best answer to post-war Sierra Leone’s diamond woes just might be De Beers reopening a buying office there. He fretted the company would never do that, as it feared the public relations repercussions.
A diamond passed down through generations of European royals now belongs to one anonymous buyer who paid $6.7 million for it.
Global consumer demand for diamond jewelry hit a new all-time high in 2017, climbing to $82 billion, a 2% increase on the previous year, according to industry insight data published by De Beers Group.
Press release - ALROSA Group, the world leader in diamond production, announces diamond sales results for April and four months of 2018.
A synthetics manufacturer has partnered with Warren Buffett-owned jewelry retailer Borsheims to unveil what it claimed was the largest pink lab-grown diamond in the world.
CIBJO, the World Jewellery Confederation, has announced the establishment of an industry-wide working committee to formulate Responsible Sourcing Guidelines specifically for the jewelry, gem and precious metals sectors.
Blue taxicabs. Blue subway passes. And even blue coffee carts. Holly Golightly would think she had died and gone to heaven.
Lucapa Diamond Company said the Lulo diamond mine in Angola just yielded its largest gem-quality colored diamond to date.