Rare always wins
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Saturday,November 13 2021 [ Issue 2 November/ 2021 ]
Rare always wins
What a fantastic season it has been for auction houses. Diamond bracelets that once belonged to Marie Antoinette sold for $8 million, while the estimate was between $2-4 million only. And in the other corner of the world, smuggled Russian jewels that once belonged to the Romanov family raked in $900K. Their estimated value is between $307,000 and $526,000, the auction house said.

The Fancy Colour Research Foundation recently released a report that stated that the third quarter has been good for fancies across all colours. GemGenève that happened recently has infused a sense of hope and optimism in the industry – reinstating the fact that rare, one-of-kind pieces with choicest of the gemstones will always have demand.

 
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DMCC – the world’s flagship Free Zone and Government of Dubai Authority on commodities trade and enterprise – has announced thatMichael Saylor, the Co-Founder, Chairman and CEO of MicroStrategy, will give a
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Christie’s New York announces the December 8 auction ofMagnificent Jewelsand the concurrentJewels Online & Colorful Whimsy: Jewels by Michele della Vallesale from November 23 – December 7. The auction will off
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Mountain Province Diamonds Inc. announcesMark Wall'sappointment as the President, Chief Executive Officer and Director with effect fromNovember 15, 2021. Mr. Wall has over 25 years of experience in the mining industry, across
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The landmark annual jewellery and watch event is set set to open next Tuesday, 16th Novemberat the Bahrain International Exhibition and Convention Centre, under the patronage of HRH Prince Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa, Crown P
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The sale features an extensive collection of diamonds, including several examples above four carats. Many impressive examples from the early 19thcentury to the early21stcentury will be represented. The centerpiece of the sale
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Fast-growing technology startup Instappraise - developer of the innovative and easy-to-use jewelry appraisal creation and management solution - is pleased to announce a new partnership with GCAL (Gem Certification & Assur
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Highlights 120 exhibitors from 15 countries, compared to 210 in 2019 2,757 visitors from all over the world, compared to 3,474 in 2019, corresponding to over 3,800 entries in 2021, compared to 4,800 in 2019 Day 1 and Day 2 sa
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Gemfields is delighted to introduce “Chipembele”, the latest and largest significant gemstone discovered at the Kagem emerald mine in Zambia. Naming of uncut emeralds is a tradition reserved only for the most rare
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Asscher noted that the Plenary was taking place at a time when young consumers are increasingly expressing their demands for assurance about the social and environmental credentials of the products they buy, and highlighted t
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On the 3rd November 2021, the Guangzhou International Jewellery& Diamond Exchange held a Conference on the theme of "Dual Circulation, New Development-From Global Jewellery Factory to Global Jewellery Market.” The g
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The Fancy Color Research Foundation (FCRF)announced the results of the Q3 2021 Fancy Color Diamond Index (FCDI). Prices of Fancy Color Diamonds continued to rise across the board, with a 0.7% increase this quarter, and a 1.1%
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“I was fortunate to serve with Helene on the GIA Board of Governors during her time as Chair of the Board,” said Dione Kenyon, Chair of the GIA Board of Governors. “Her experience, wisdom and deep devotion t
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