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ALROSA plans to auction large diamonds in Dubai

ALROSA, the world’s largest diamond mining company, will hold an auction for the sale of special size rough diamonds (weighing over 10.8 carats) in Dubai in the period from May 27 to June 14, 2018.

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Signet Jewelers to join pilot of De Beers-led blockchain platform

Signet Jewelers, the world’s largest retailer of diamond jewellery, will become the first retailer to join the pilot of De Beers-led blockchain platform, Tracr.

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Chow Tai Fook to use blockchain technology for ‘T MARK’ diamond brand

Clients of Chow Tai Fook’s diamond brand, CHOW TAI FOOK T MARK (T MARK), will receive a permanent and immutable blockchain record of their diamond’s GIA grading information.

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Mountain Province Diamonds announced results of fourth diamond sale of 2018

Mountain Province Diamonds Inc.  announced the results of its recently completed fourth diamond tender sale of 2018.

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Petra Diamonds to raise $178 mln to cut debt

Petra Diamonds, which has mining operations in South Africa and Tanzania, has launched a $178 million rights issue to settle part of its swelling debt.

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The History of Lab Grown Diamonds: Value Proposition

13 july 2017
(ehudlaniado.com) - I sometimes find it rather strange that the principal pre-occupation of the diamond industry today is the detection of synthetic diamonds unscrupulously passed on as natural. While this is an important issue that must be addressed so as not to undermine consumer confidence in the origin of their purchase, it may not be the most important issue to focus on. At the end of the day, if the synthetic manufacturers and retailers can convince consumers that their product offers a better alternative to natural diamonds, people will buy them.

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