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De Beers Sees Growing Diamond Demand

Russell Shor, August 23, 2017

The second half of 2017 will see slow but steady growth in diamond demand, according to De Beers’ forecast. Also: Updates on synthetic diamonds, trade and auctions.

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The Red Hot Gems of Summer

Sharon Bohannon, August 23, 2017 Topics: Color, Design, Gemology, History, Jewelry

These red, pink and orange hued gems evoke passion and excitement – and are surefire accessories for sultry summer days.

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Summer 2017 Gems & Gemology

Summer 2017 G&G: Russian Diamonds and PL Mapping of Synthetic Diamonds, Plus Sapphire Inclusions Chart

Jennifer-Lynn Archuleta, August 7, 2017

A summary of the Summer 2017 issue of Gems & Gemology.

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Cambodian-Thai Ruby

A Study of Rubies from Cambodia and Thailand

Supharart Sangsawong, Wim Vertriest, Sudarat Saeseaw, Vincent Pardieu, Jonathan Muyal, Charuwan Khowpong, Ungkhana Atikarnsakul, and Vararut Weeramonkhonlert, August 7, 2017 Topics: Ongoing Research

A report from the GIA Laboratory in Bangkok analyzing 41 Cambodian-Thai rubies.

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A worker uses a light to sort through several piles of rough emeralds.

Cautious Outlook for Fall; Gemfields Accedes to Takeover

Russell Shor, July 17, 2017

Major diamond producers approach summer and early fall sales periods with caution. Plus: Largest shareholder takes over Gemfields.

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Miners, working in a row along a body of water, use hand sieves to sift gravel.

International Group Sets Sights on Sustainable Gemstone Mining

Russell Shor, July 17, 2017

Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development reviews issues on sustainable mining practices and increasing returns for artisanal miners.

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