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  • Is This A Royal Gift Or A 'Stolen' Gem? Demands That The United Kingdom Return The 500-carat Great Star Of Africa Diamond

    Is This A Royal Gift Or A 'Stolen' Gem? Demands That The United Kingdom Return The 500-carat Great Star Of Africa Diamond

    After Queen Elizabeth II died, there are more and more calls in South Africa for the British royal family to give back the world's largest clear-cut diamond. Is this a royal gift or a 'stolen' gem? Demands that the United Kingdom return the 500-carat Great Star of Africa diamond. The diamond is also called the "Great Star of Africa" or "Cullinan I." It was cut from a larger stone that was found in South Africa in 1905 and given to the British royal family by the country's colonial rulers.

  • Mariah Carey Discusses Her New Chopard Collaboration As Well As Butterfly's 25th Anniversary

    Mariah Carey Discusses Her New Chopard Collaboration As Well As Butterfly's 25th Anniversary

    Mariah Carey discusses her new Chopard collaboration as well as butterfly's 25th anniversary. MC tweeted on Friday morning (Sept. 16) about her sixth studio album's 25th anniversary, which was released on this day in 1997: "I poured myself into every lyric and every note on every song. 25 years later, it's still one of the proudest moments of my life & career."

  • Queen Camilla To Wear The Koh-i-Noor Crown - Here's Why

    Queen Camilla To Wear The Koh-i-Noor Crown - Here's Why

    Following the death of Queen Elizabeth II, the discussion regarding the fate of the legendary 105.6-carat Koh-i-Noor diamond has been revived. Following the confirmed news about Queen Camilla to wear the Koh-i-Noor crown. It is stated that Queen Camilla, the incoming King Charles III's wife, would wear the Type IIa D-color stone that serves as the centerpiece of her crown during her husband's coronation. This diamond is considered to be the most precious diamond in the world.

  • The Queen Could Be Buried With Just Two Pieces Of Jewelry

    The Queen Could Be Buried With Just Two Pieces Of Jewelry

    On Monday, September 19, mourners will gather to pay their respects to Queen Elizabeth II. On Thursday, September 8, 2018, Her Majesty passed away at the age of 96. After the funeral service at Westminster Abbey in London, the Queen's coffin will be carried to Windsor, where she will be laid to rest next to her parents and her late husband, Prince Philip. The funeral service will take place at Westminster Abbey. The queen could be buried with just two pieces of jewelry, but it's possible that she'll only be buried with a select few people.

  • Cleaning Jewelry At Home

    Cleaning Jewelry At Home

    Hello everyone! Today's generation is obsessed with jewelry, and nearly 30% of the population is currently purchasing it. Without a doubt, they are having fun, unless their jewelry has become tarnished. What would you do if you were in the same situation? You must first learn the process of cleaning jewelry at home.

  • Diamond-Raining Planets, According To Scientists

    Diamond-Raining Planets, According To Scientists

    Like the Earth's natural resources, there are only so many diamonds. Diamonds are becoming rarer and rarer because the volcanoes that brought them to the surface stopped erupting tens of millions of years ago. On other planets, however, precious gemstones might be as common as regular rocks. Scientists have thought for a long time that an unusual kind of rain called "diamond rain" falls deep inside ice planets like Neptune and Uranus. Yes, you understood it right. There are diamond-raining planets, according to scientists.

  • What Makes Tiffany X Beyoncé 2.0 Unique?

    What Makes Tiffany X Beyoncé 2.0 Unique?

    Tiffany and Beyoncé collaborated on a new advertising campaign, and it was published early on Friday afternoon when almost everyone in the United States had already left work and gone on vacation to start enjoying the unofficial end of summer Labor Day weekend. What makes Tiffany X Beyoncé 2.0 unique in this advertising campaign?

  • A Unique Collection Of Blue "Rough" Gemstones

    A Unique Collection Of Blue "Rough" Gemstones

    It's an old way to trick people into buying fakes and fake stones that look like real ones. It usually happens near mines, where inexperienced buyers think the gems come straight from the source and where buyers probably can't test the gems before buying them. However, there are a unique collection of blue "rough" gemstones that you should consider buying.

  • China's Zero-Covid Policy Has A Negative Impact On India's Diamond Exports

    China's Zero-Covid Policy Has A Negative Impact On India's Diamond Exports

    In July, India's exports of cut and polished diamonds experienced a decline for the very first time this financial year. This decline was a direct result of the lockdown in China as well as Beijing's strategy of implementing zero-Covid. And China's zero-covid policy has a negative impact on India's diamond exports.

  • The GJEPC Of India Elects A New Chairman

    The GJEPC Of India Elects A New Chairman

    Mumbai, India - The government group that helps the diamond and jewelry trade in India, the GJEPC of India elects a new chairman (Gem & Jewellery Export Promotion Council). Colin Shah's two-year term as chairman is over, so Vipul Shah, who was vice chairman for the 2020-2022 term, will take over as chairman.

  • Sales Of Rough Diamonds Maintain Balance For De Beers

    Sales Of Rough Diamonds Maintain Balance For De Beers

    Botswana's capital city, Gaborone - The figures that were released by the company on Wednesday show that sales of rough diamonds maintain balance by De Beers Group and increased month-over-month in August and continue to pace of the same period last year ahead. The seventh sales cycle of 2022 for rough diamonds (which ran from August 15-30) brought in a total of $630 million for De Beers, which is a 21 percent increase from the $522 million that was brought in during the same time period in the previous year.

  • One Of The Purest Pink Diamonds In The World May Fetch More Than $21 Million At Auction In London

    One Of The Purest Pink Diamonds In The World May Fetch More Than $21 Million At Auction In London

    LONDON: The auction house Sotheby's said on Wednesday that one of the purest pink diamonds in the world may fetch more than $21 million at auction in London when it goes under the hammer in Hong Kong in October.

  • Lab-Grown VDB Source Add 8X To The Cut Grade Filter Search

    Lab-Grown VDB Source Add 8X To The Cut Grade Filter Search

    New York - Both Virtual Diamond Boutique and lab-grown VDB source add 8X, which was recently introduced by the Gem Certification and Assurance Lab. The 8X Ultimate Diamond Cut Grade was first introduced by GCAL in April 2021. This grade takes into account eight different criteria.

  • These Are The Main Types Of Groups that Buy Lab-grown Diamonds

    These Are The Main Types Of Groups that Buy Lab-grown Diamonds

    Austin, TX - The next generation of people who will buy lab-grown diamonds has been founded by The MVEye, which used to be called MVI Marketing. "The MVEye's Core 3.5 LGD Consumer Segments," which is based on recent research, lists the main groups that it says are behind the "explosive global growth" of the lab-grown diamond sector. These are the main types of groups that buy lab-grown diamonds that were found through the research and the ways that the market research firm suggested communicating with each of them.

  • SRK, A Diamond Supplier, Will Install 750 Solar-powered Roofs

    SRK, A Diamond Supplier, Will Install 750 Solar-powered Roofs

    Mumbai - In celebration of India's 75 years of independence, diamond supplier Shree Ramkrishna Exports (SRK) has begun a charitable initiative. On Monday, August 15, the philanthropic arm of SRE, which is called the SRK, a diamond supplier, will install 750 solar-powered roofs of 750 homes located throughout India. Commandant Chetan Kumar Cheetah of the Central Reserve Police Force was present at the celebration that was held to commemorate the charitable endeavor.

  • Extraordinary American Diamonds On Display In New Smithsonian Exhibit

    Extraordinary American Diamonds On Display In New Smithsonian Exhibit

    Washington, D.C - Extraordinary American diamonds on display in a new Smithsonian exhibit mined in the United States have recently opened at the National Museum of Natural History in the Smithsonian Institution. The exhibition "Great American Diamonds" opened on Friday, June 10, and features four of the most notable stones that have been discovered in the United States. This includes the "Freedom Diamond," which at the time of its discovery in the United States was the largest faceted diamond ever found there.

  • State Of The Diamond Industry: Where Does Supply Go From Here?

    State Of The Diamond Industry: Where Does Supply Go From Here?

    Like coal, oil, and natural gas, diamonds are a resource that can't be made again. Since they were formed over billions of years by intense heat and pressure, they are not easy to make or replace. Gemological Institute of America research scientist Evan Smith says: “For every diamond you take out of the ground, there’s one fewer to be found." Still, the state of the diamond industry hasn't reached a point where the Earth has no more diamonds to give.

  • Bill Heher Of Rare Earth Mining Co. Died At The Age Of 72

    Bill Heher Of Rare Earth Mining Co. Died At The Age Of 72

    Trumbull, Connecticut Bill Heher of rare earth mining co. died at the age of 72. He was the founder of Rare Earth Mining Company and a big fan of gems. Even though he started out as a teacher, Heher eventually went into the gem and fossil business. Through his company, he now sells interesting and unique pieces to people all over the world.