By Erika W.
Some of the latest stories in diamond and jewelry news…
Christened as the Argyle Pink Jubilee, the 12.76-carat pink diamond was found in mining giant Rio Tinto’s Argyle diamond mine in Western Australia’s East Kimberly region.
Image Rio Tinto
Gillian Milovanovic, the recently-appointed chairwoman of the Kimberley Process, kindly took some time to speak with me today about her expectations for America’s year as head as the certification scheme.
A Toronto auction house is expected to see a sale price of over $1 million this weekend when it tenders a rare, 28-carat white diamond.
The GIA (Gemological Institute of America) added the GIA Diamond eReport to its services as a diamond grading report option.
Ari Epstein, chief executive officer of the Antwerp World Diamond Centre, talks about the outlook for diamond demand and investment.
Famed jewelry designer Stephen Webster will present the Elizabeth Taylor photographic exhibition by Richard Young on February 22 at his Beverly Hills boutique. (Exhibit runs through March)
More than 3,100 exhibitors from 48 countries and regions took part in the 29th edition of the HKTDC Hong Kong International Jewellery Show, which closed Tuesday after drawing a record 38,000 buyers.
In checking out photos of the crooner’s multiple black dresses at the Brits, we can see pretty clearly that she’s got two bejeweled rings on her left ring finger.