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Diamond jeweller ventures out of the capital with Selfridges partnership

Luxury department store Selfridges has extended its partnership with diamond jeweller, Vashi, by rolling out its branded boutiques in both Manchester stores. Vashi now has a dedicated boutique inside Selfridges Trafford Centre and Selfridges Exchange Square, bringing the custom jeweller’s innovative experience to the north west. As of September 24, the diamond jeweller occupies 1,000

REVEALED: Key buying habits of young diamond jewellery consumers

Gen Z and millennials present wide-ranging opportunities for the diamond industry, but their buying habits are unlike the generations before them. According to De Beers’ Diamond Insight Report, which was released this morning, the millennial and gen z generations combined accounted for two-thirds of global diamond jewellery sales in 2017, with the future of this

Gen Z and millennials now account for two-thirds of global diamond jewellery demand

The millennial and gen z generations combined accounted for two-thirds of global diamond jewellery sales in 2017, as diamond jewellery demand reached a new record high of US$82 billion (£62.8m). According to data published today by De Beers Group in its latest Diamond Insight Report, consumers currently aged 21 to 39, represent 29% of the

Online jeweller opens store as high value customers prefer to see diamonds sparkle

Independent jewellery retailer Shining Diamonds has opened the doors to its first physical store. Shining Diamonds started out as an online only retailer selling quality, yet low priced diamonds. However, the company decided to open a store as higher value customers prefer to view the diamonds and the jewellery they are buying. Whilst the online

Global consumer demand for diamond jewellery reaches record high

Global consumer demand for diamond jewellery hit a new all-time high in 2017, climbing to $82 billion (£61bn). According to industry insight data published by the De Beers Group, this is a 2% increase on the previous year. For the fourth consecutive year the US was the main driver of growth, where positive macroeconomics and

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