A roundup of JCK‘s top stories from the past week.
A 131.5-ct. piece of white diamond rough—larger than the famed Koh-I-Noor—was recovered from a mining concession in Angola.
On Aug. 10, a New Jersey federal court gave the go-ahead to send out the first checks to industry members in the De Beers antitrust class action settlement.
Signet Jewelers, owner of the U.S chains Kay and Jared, announced it is expanding some of its successful brands, and is buying diamonds direct from miner Rio Tinto.
Men will spend a lot more money on engagement rings if they hear that there are fewer eligible women nearby, according to a new psychological study.
On Aug. 22, the Securities and Exchange Commission passed a rule that will require publicly-held companies to disclose whether their products contain conflict gold from the Democratic Republic of Congo or surrounding countries.
Hearts On Fire has appointed Janie Bryant, Mad Men costume designer, and Tara Subkoff, international fashion designer, as its new brand ambassadors.
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The price of platinum hit a two-month high on Aug. 20, in what many analysts saw as a response to the violence at a South African platinum mine.
As members of Generation X have moved into management positions in jewelry businesses, sartorial standards have become even more lax.
Ogling celebrity engagement bling is fun for some, but the magic is wasted on a history nerd like me. So I found an infographic that appealed to my academic nature.