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13.04.2015
Igor Kevchenkov: Money Invested in Polished Diamonds and Gold are the Most Reliable Investments
igor_kevchenkov_x.jpgRusskaya Yuvelirnaya Kompaniya (Russian Jewellery Company) established in 1998 is now an advanced company manufacturing exclusive jewellery and selling it in the Russian market. The Holding comprises Moskovskaya Yuvelirnaya Fabrika (Moscow Jewellery Factory) and multi-brand stores located in Moscow, Novosibirsk and other Russian cities. The jeweler's retail store chain offers a wide range of goods starting from high-end diamond jewellery sets to the one-of-a-kind designer silver jewellery. It is also a partner of leading Russian and foreign manufacturers like MYuZ, Russkie Samotsvety (Russian Gems), Adamas, MZSS and other firms. Igor Kevchenkov, Director General of Russkaya Yuvelirnaya Kompaniya, answers the questions from Rough&Polished.

06.04.2015
De Beers Group turning more sophisticated in their technological line-up to identify synthetics
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Besides diamond mining, The De Beers Group of Companies has been engaged in diamond research for many years and this kind of involvement is now paying back helping the global diamond industry to prevent its market from being eroded by synthetic diamonds. As part of De Beers Group, De Beers Technologies and the International Institute of Diamond Grading & Research (IIDGR) have been quite busy recently developing techniques and producing a range of easy-to-use equipment focused on detecting treated and synthetic diamonds. Simon Lawson, Head of De Beers Technologies UK and Jamie Clark, Commercial Director for the IIDGR described the latest know-how offered to the diamond industry in their interview to Rough&Polished.

30.03.2015
White Rivers Exploration seeks JV partner to develop SA alluvial diamond asset
jochen_schweitzer_x.jpgWhite Rivers Exploration (WRE) was founded by well-known Australian explorer Mark Creasy in 2007. The company has multi-commodity tenements situated in South Africa’s Witwatersrand gold basin and Natal Coalfields, and is one of the largest gold explorers in the southern African country. Although WRE’s main target is gold, the company was exploring for a suite of 17 commodities with focus on diamonds, manganese, coal, gas and uranium.Rough & Polished’s Mathew Nyaungwa spoke to Jochen Schweitzer (Director of Shango Solutions, geological consultants to WRE) on the sidelines of the 2015 Mining Indaba, which took place in Cape Town, who provided an overview on WRE’s potential diamond deposit. Below are the excerpts.





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