Group describes the performance as “robust” despite a number of headwinds.
Award-winning designer, Satta Mutturi, reflects on changes in the industry.
Fancy coloured diamond prices to rise and second-hand market to flourish as supply from ‘mega mines’ dries up, report suggests
London flagship marks the start of TASAKI evolving into a global jewellery brand.
Pink sapphires, aquamarines and yellow sapphires shine in the new additions.
From today the brand will begin disclosing the provenance of its diamonds to consumers.
Stacking, styling and personalisation dominate at the 76th edition.
Wellesley Knightsbridge will be whisking guests to the jewellery firm’s store on Old Bond Street for a bespoke event.
Change would expand the scope beyond rough stones that finance wars against governments and support the industry’s drive to protect consumer confidence.
The International Institute of Diamond Grading & Research (IIDGR), part of De Beers Group, has introduced an advanced synthetic screening device which allows users to test greater volumes of jewellery simultaneously. The new device – the SYNTHdetect XL – is an advanced version of the company’s highly successful SYNTHdetect synthetic screening device launched last year.…