Rosy Blue Responds to “Spurious” Synthetic Diamond Rumors

Rosy Blue Group, issued a statement Wednesday denying recent rumors from India, which allege that the company is intentionally mixing laboratory grown diamonds with natural diamonds. The rumors have reportedly been circulating for the past two months.

“The Rosy Blue Group feels compelled to issue the following statement as a result of certain spurious rumors that appear to have originated in India,” the company said in its statement.

“We would like to state for the record that we are neither buying nor distributing laboratory grown diamonds. It is categorically false that we are knowingly mixing laboratory grown diamonds with natural diamonds and selling them on as parcels consisting entirely of natural diamonds,” the statement read.

“As a founding member of the Council for Responsible Jewellery Practices and adherents to the Diamond Trading Company’s Best Practice Principles as well as Rio Tinto Diamonds’ Business Excellence Model, the Rosy Blue Group considers responsible behavior and protection of consumer confidence to be top priorities, the statement continued.

“The Rosy Blue Group, as a premier diamond company, was built on trust and integrity. Integrity is and always will be a fundamental Rosy Blue principle. We make all necessary product related disclosure at all time. 

“The Rosy Blue Group will pursue every lawful means available, including lawsuits, to deal with unfounded, deceitful, disparaging and malicious allegations of the Group misrepresenting products or undermining consumer confidence.”