Wednesday, April 8, 2020

Gold price drop could spur jewellery buying – WGC

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Lower prices of gold are likely to result in stronger demand for gold jewellery as well as increased investments in gold, the World Gold...

HRD Makes Key Changes to Lab-Grown Reports

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HRD Antwerp has changed the language it uses in its lab-grown-diamond certificates to match its reports for natural stones.  The grading lab, which has issued documents...

Tiffany to Revamp New York Flagship Store

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Tiffany & Co. will embark on a three-year renovation project at its famous Fifth Avenue store to make the customer experience more innovative and interactive. Refurbishment of the 10-story New York flagship...

Rio Tinto Opens New Pipe at Diavik Mine

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Rio Tinto has begun mining the A21 pipe, an extension at its Diavik asset that should allow the company to sustain production levels over the next four years.

Drop in India Orders Dents Sarine Sales

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Sarine Technologies saw a slight decline in revenue during the second quarter after orders for its diamond-mapping units fell in India.

Greater China Luxury Rises in August

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Sales of jewelry and other luxury items rose in greater China in August amid continued positive local demand and increased tourism to Hong Kong. 
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हीरे के खनन(Diamonds Minings) Stocks में निवेशक की भावना विरोधाभासी बनती है

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रूस में, अलरोसा ने सिंथेटिक और प्राकृतिक पत्थरों पर वित्त मंत्रालय के साथ एक संयुक्त शैक्षिक परियोजना की योजना बनाई। (Image Credit: ALROSA) 18 मार्च को...

Indian Ad Campaigns Target Millennial Women

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India’s diamond industry is ramping up its marketing campaigns before the Diwali holiday by appealing to young, independent female consumers.  Forevermark,...

Correction: De Beers Jewellers

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IMG_7562B.jpg An article entitled “De Beers Jewellers Sees Sales Drop” — published on Diamonds.net and the NewsBrief on Wednesday, October 10, 2018, and in the...

Alrosa to auction large diamonds in Israel

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Russian diamond miner Alrosa will auction off special-sized rough diamonds (weighing over 10.8 carats) in Israel from August 19 to September 6.