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Lulo diamond sale rakes in $7.3m, says Lucapa

Lucapa Diamond and its partners Endiama and Rosas & Petalas have sold 4 126 ct of diamonds from their Lulo project in Angola for $7.3 million.

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Bonhams offers exceptionally rare Cullinan diamonds at auction

Two collections of “extremely rare Fancy Vivid Yellow diamonds” will headline Bonhams London Fine Jewellery sale on December 7, according to IDI news portal.

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Botswana Diamonds discovers kimberlites of up to 1.15 ha in size at SA project

Botswana Diamonds said results from the survey work conducted at its Free State project, in South Africa, has indicated that sizes of kimberlites found ranged from 0.3 hectares to 1.15 hectares.

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Richemont published its interim report and accounts for the 6 months ended 30 September 2017

Richemont announced the publication of its interim report and accounts for the six months ended 30 September 2017.

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Wedding research website says engagement ring prices on the rise

Prospective grooms are spending significantly more money and time on their engagement ring purchase than they did five years ago, according to Rapaport citing a wedding resource website The Knot.

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Tiffany, Trump, Jewelers, and Politics

17 may 2017
(jckonline.com) - Tiffany & Co. waded into the always-contentious political waters with a note to President Trump regarding climate change, which appeared on its Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter feeds, and as an ad in The New York Times. What makes this gesture notable is that Tiffany didn’t just profess support for the environment—something brands do on a regular basis. It took an explicit stand about a specific issue (the Paris Climate Agreement), and aimed it a public figure (President Trump, who reportedly named his daughter after the retailer). Whether or not you agree with Tiffany’s point of view, the question is: Should the brand—or any brand—take a political position?

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