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Blue Nile is rolling out a new service that will buy back consumers’ diamonds of 30 points or more using an algorithm based on their Blue Nile price. Mondiamo, a new company, will run the service out of its New York City office, in conjunction with Blue Nile’s Seattle-based customer service...

Rob Bates | January 19, 2017
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Demonetization puts demands on De Beers too, Kim Kardashian details jewel robbery, and other stories on the industry’s radar this week: - Media Watch: The Wall Street Journal on fancy colored diamonds. (Shorter version here.) Bloomberg on Diamond Producers Association campaign. African...

Rob Bates | January 18, 2017
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Chauffeur arrested for Kardashian jewel robbery, diamond futures debut on commodity exchange, and other stories on the industry’s radar this week: - Interview with De Beers CEO Bruce Cleaver. - What $100,000 diamond headphones sound like. - Indian commodity exchange to debut diamond...

Rob Bates | January 11, 2017

Jewelry had some stiff competition at the 74th Golden Globe Awards in Los Angeles last night—in the form of a parade of high-shine metallic sheaths and gowns, and frocks riddled to the hilt with jeweled collars, straps, and other sparkling embellishments. Felicity Jones'...

Emili Vesilind | January 9, 2017
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If Sunday night's Golden Globes broadcast was any indication as to what we can expect from red carpet events this year, then the necklace has the advantage over its bejeweled counterparts. From Emma Stone's perfectly chosen vintage Tiffany & Co. sensation to Sienna Miller's simple strand of...

Brittany Siminitz | January 9, 2017 | On Your Market

When Evan Smith talks about the deep Earth, he makes it clear he is talking about the deep Earth—way underground, beneath the tectonic plates, below where any human has traveled, as “far under our feet as the International Space Station is above our head,” in the words of NPR. “...

Rob Bates | January 6, 2017 | Cutting Remarks

India’s Gem & Jewellery Export Promotion Council (GJEPC) has become a full member of the World Federation of Diamond Bourses, the first nondiamond exchange to do so. At its annual meeting in Mumbai, the GJEPC approved changes in its code of ethics necessary to complete the process. “...

Rob Bates | January 4, 2017
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Harry Potter–themed diamond rings, employees cheat Surat company, and other stories on the industry’s radar this week: - Employees cheat Surat-based diamond company. - Synthetic diamonds may replace GPS, help with driverless cars. Researchers grow “needlelike diamonds.” German...

Rob Bates | January 4, 2017
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Beirut-based Nada Ghazal, the designer behind Nada G, hopes to inspire thoughts of kinship and coexistence in her new IDentity jewelry collection. Motifs of stars and crosses, which speak to both Eastern and Western cultures, adorn rings (including pinky rings), ear cuffs, and cufflinks,...

Jennifer Heebner | December 20, 2016 | Style 360

On Dec. 18, the Israeli Diamond Exchange and Israel Diamond Manufacturers Association ratified a new agreement with the country’s tax authorities. The new tax agreement follows 10 months of negotiations and sets out terms for the industry in line with international financial regulations...

Rob Bates | December 20, 2016
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makes me think of esme hecht's pieces: https://ritzycouturejewelry.co...

it will be nice to get a copy of the video posted on utube and a link...

So, another "respectable" outfit hangs out the pawn balls. So funny...

Eye-catching and artsy. Does anyone know what the "DewDrop" necklace...

Some nice pieces here, very well crafted.