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India’s exports of G&J rises 9.8%; polished diamonds up 10.2% in FY17

India’s exports of Gems and Jewellery increased 9.85% to $43.16 bn in FY17 (provisional data in April 2016 to March 2017) vis-a-vis $39.24 bn in FY16 (April 2015 to March 2016). Gross exports of cut and polished diamonds in FY17 increased...

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Debswana begins processing Cut 8 ore – report

Debswana, a joint venture company between De Beers and Botswana government, has begun processing ore from the $3 billion expansion of its Jwaneng diamond mine, known as Cut 8.

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Fancy color diamond price index slightly up in Q1 2017

The Fancy Color Diamond Index for the first quarter of 2017 indicates pricing stability across most fancy color diamond categories. The main exception was blue fancy color diamonds, which saw a 1.9% price increase in the first 3 months of 2017, continuing...

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Koin to conduct tender of African diamonds next month

Koin International is set to conduct sales of rough diamonds from several African countries in Antwerp next month.

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Jewelry to Drive US Mother’s Day Spending

US consumers are expected to spend more on jewelry than on any other product category this Mother’s Day (May 14), according to a survey by the National Retail Federation (NRF).

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Why Invest in Fancy Color Diamonds?

16 february 2017
(The Diamond Investing News) - Fancy color diamonds have become more popular as an investment choice to protect and grow wealth, and it’s not just because they look nice. Since 1959, fancy colored diamonds haven’t decreased in wholesale price and can increase upwards of 10-15 percent in value every year. Recently, the Investing News Network had the chance to speak with Jeremy Wiseman, vice president of Guildhall Diamonds to discuss the fancy color diamond sector. Below is a transcript of our conversation. It has been edited for clarity and brevity. Read on to see what Wiseman had to say.

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