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A pile of rough diamonds.
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US Government to Industry: Know Your Supply Chain; De Beers and Alrosa Cut Rough Sales

De Beers and Alrosa slashed rough diamond sales after ABN AMRO’s says it will no longer finance rough purchases for goods that can’t be cut profitably.

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Man sits at his desk with a display stand of multiple pieces of jewelry in front of him.
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Alum’s Lifelong Quest: Searching for Jewellery Unicorns

Alan Nacht continues his family’s legacy - Bernard Nacht & Co. – and his quest for unforgettable jewellery.

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An Unusual Pearl

An Unusual Pearl: On reviewing the images sent, it was apparent that this was going to be an interesting job.

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An Imitation "Melo Pearl"

An Imitation "Melo Pearl"

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Pearls with Unpleasant Odours

Pearls with Unpleasant Odours

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Bank Suspends Credit for ‘Unprofitable’ Rough Diamonds

De Beers and Alrosa slashed rough diamond sales after ABN AMRO’s says it will no longer finance rough purchases for goods that can’t be cut profitably.

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A diamond ring without the centre stone, which is framed by two rows of small diamonds.
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Jewellery Detectives: Students Search for Clues to Quality Workmanship and Longevity

GIA’s Jewellery Forensics seminar teaches students to become jewellery detectives as they assess jewellery design and engineering for quality.

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People meet and mingle at the entrance to the JCK Show.
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Headwinds Slow 2019 Vegas Business, Lab-grown Diamonds Proliferate

Decent demand for finished jewellery, but less for loose gems. Plus: Lab-grown diamonds and responsible, sustainable business practices.

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Gem cutters in Jaipur wear masks provided by AGTA.
Gemstones and Sustainable Development Knowledge Hub

Projects developed by the GemHub to benefit miners, cutters, and others involved in the gem and jewellery industry.

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Fabergé figures of Chamber Cossacks A.A. Kudinov and N.N. Pustynnikov
Fabergé Cossack Figures Created from Russian Gemstones

Hardstone figures of two Russian imperial bodyguards, commissioned in 1912 by Nicholas II, demonstrate the House of Fabergé’s meticulous detail and craftsmanship.

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