India’s Bunder diamond mines likely to be revived

The Bunder diamond project in Madhya Pradesh (MP), India with an estimated 34.20 million carat diamond deposits in Chhatarpur may be revived, according to a report in TOI.

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Pangolin identifies high priority drill targets at Botswana project

Pangolin Diamonds has identified high priority drill targets following the discovery of diamonds and indicators at its advanced stage MSC exploration project in Botswana.

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Israeli diamond industry looks forward to promising HK Show

Despite the unrest in Hong Kong, the Israel Diamond Institute, organizer of the Israel Diamond Pavilion at the upcoming September Hong Kong Jewellery & Gem Fair, is expecting a successful show.

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Pandora reported Q2 2019 financial results

Pandora reported its financial results for the second quarter  2019.

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Blue Nile appoints new CEO - report

Sean Kell will replace Eric Anderson on the post of a chief executive officer at Blue Nile.

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The elite club that rules the diamond world is starting to crack

02 august 2019
(straitstimes.com) - It's one of the world's most exclusive clubs, known over the years as the Syndicate, the Central Selling Organisation and the Diamond Trading Company. For more than a century, De Beers has sold most of its rough diamonds to a select number of customers, a list that reads like a who's who of the opaque gem-trading world. Tiffany & Co, Graff Diamonds and Signet Jewelers Ltd all own subsidiaries in this group, guaranteeing a steady supply of gems with the pedigree of being vetted by De Beers. In the diamond trading world, becoming one of De Beers's elite buyers is viewed as essential to achieving success and making money. Now, it's no longer so easy.