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Update on Ammolite Production from Southern Alberta, Canada

There have been a number of changes in Ammolite production from southern Alberta, Canada, since 2001.

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Mining site at Zahamena National Park, Madagascar
The Color of Responsibility: Ethical Issues and Solutions in Colored Gemstones

Examines the challenges of ethical sourcing and production of colored stones, and what some industry leaders are doing to address the situation.

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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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Sri Lanka Mine to Market
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Sri Lanka: From Mine to Market, Part 1

Join GIA field gemologists and witness firsthand the entire value chain of the Sri Lankan colored gemstone and jewelry industry, from digging for sapphire in the mud to the glamour of finished jewelry on a fashion model.

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De Beers Reduces Rough Prices – Too Little?

De Beers reduces rough prices at May sight, undisclosed treated diamonds submitted to GIA and Sotheby’s, Christie’s sales break auction records − again.

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De Beers’ Sight Highlights Market Disarray

The results of the final De Beers’ sight for goods destined to be sold for Christmas were affected by manufacturers who had little appetite for rough that could not be cut profitably.

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This 1,111 carat rough unearthed in Botswana last year will be sold by Sotheby’s later this year. Courtesy of Lucara Diamond
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Better Than Expected: Hong Kong Demand Buoys Market

Encouraging demand at the March Hong Kong Gem and Jewellery Show has buoyed the industry’s mood.

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January Outlook: Rough Diamond Supplies Up, Prices Down

The trade grappled with soft prices and excess inventories in 2015, but holiday sales helped reduce diamond inventories. Plus: China retail report.

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Indian necklace
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Jewelers to the Maharajas of Jaipur and Modern-Day Moguls

Enter a world not well-known in the West—the world of the maharajas and their jewelry, coveted by the modern-day moguls of business, entertainment, and royalty. See the fantastic works of art made today in the form of enameled Kundan meena jewelry and the regal look of polki diamonds.

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Jaipur, India: The Emerald Cutting and Trading Powerhouse

Jaipur, India, is a leading emerald cutting and trading center for the global gem and jewelry industry. See inside the industry with a GIA field team, and learn the intricacies of a business seldom seen by the public or most members of the industry.

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