Richemont announced it audited results for the year ended 31 march 2019 

Richemont, the Swiss luxury goods group, announced its audited consolidated results for the year ended 31 March 2019.

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Tsunami at ZCDC, entire executive shown exit door

The Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Company (ZCDC) has fired seven executives, including the chief executive Morris Mpofu, who was recently arrested for recommending a blacklisted smuggling ex-convict to buy diamonds from the Minerals Marketing...

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Unique Arkhangelsk diamonds may be used to create quantum computers

Unique Arkhangelsk diamonds have a special feature – their crystal structure is perturbed, and this is why they can record quantum information. Such diamonds can become the basic element of a quantum computer processor.

17 may 2019

ALROSA Q1 2019 IFRS results are down on a y-o-y basis

ALROSA, the world’s leader in diamond mining, announces its IFRS financial results for Q1 2019.


17 may 2019

Lab Grown Diamond Council formed in NY

The Lab Grown Diamond Council (LGDC) was launched on 16, May 2019 in New York. The Mission of the LGDC is to develop and implement a multi-tiered, international communications program designed to increase the awareness of, knowledge about, and...

17 may 2019

Will green diamonds become a China investor’s best friend?

05 december 2018
(The South China Morning Post) - Green diamonds – exceedingly rare, and, at least for now, cheaper than other coloured diamonds – are beginning to catch on with Asian collectors and investors. Since 2014, only 13 lots of green diamonds have made their way into Bonhams auctions – eight of which sold in Hong Kong. Diamonds in the “fancy colour” family are priced according to the vividness and purity of their colour. A pure green diamond can sell for upwards of US$1 million per carat at auction. Or even more.