A roundup of JCK’s top stories from the past week:
De Beers’ Diamond Trading Company announced that 72 sightholders have qualified for the next three-year contract period—a slight increase from the current list of 71 sightholders.
Industry groups have teamed up to issue an urgent message: Glass-filled ruby is out there, and it’s not being disclosed.
If you filed a claim in the De Beers class action antitrust settlement, you may finally be getting your money in the near future, thanks to a new court decision.
Yet another independent jeweler is the proud winner of items from the collection of Elizabeth Taylor.
Pandora appointed Björn Gulden, managing director of Deichmann Group as well as president and CEO of its Rack Room Shoes and Off Broadway Shoes chains, as its new CEO.
American sightholders appear to have maintained their status on the De Beers 2012 to 2015 client list announced Dec. 19.
When Jason Trawick wanted to propose to Britney Spears, he did what many Hollywood suitors do: He went to Neil Lane for the ring.
The NASDAQ OMX Copenhagen reprimanded Pandora on Dec. 22 for not informing the market that it would miss its annual revenue forecasts.
Colored diamonds continue to be hot sellers, if recent results from miner Petra Diamonds are any indication.
Celebrity guests like Hugh Jackman, Robert Verdi, rocker Dee Snider, and more, helped celebrate the recent opening of the newly relocated Ivanka Trump Fine Jewelry Store at 109 Mercer Street.