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Diamond sellers have a new marketing tactic: Convincing women to buy their own diamonds. Women, they say in a campaign called "For Me, From Me," deserve to splurge on themselves with diamond jewelry that celebrates anything from a promotion to even a breakup.
In 2019, the diamond industry will spend more than $200 million in global ad spending —
Diamonds may be forever, but the market for diamonds surely isn’t.
That is the news in the latest Global Diamond Report 2019 from Bain & Company in association with the Antwerp World Diamond Centre. Throughout the mined-diamond supply chain, sales are fa
A pair of blue diamond earrings fetched just under $1.3 million at Bonhams’ New York Jewels sale, beating its high estimate.
The set features a marquise-shaped brilliant cut, fancy-intense-blue diamond with VS1 clarity, weighing 1.81 carats, and an oval-shaped modified brilliant-cut, fancy-blue diamond, weighing 1.62 carats. Those stones are topped by two cushion-shaped mod
Five years ago, the diamond industry’s biggest worry was being forgotten by millennials, who — the theory went — didn’t covet sparkly gems the way their parents had.
The concern turned out to be mostly unfounded, but the reality is almost worse. While Americans are buying more diamond jewelry than ever before, most polished diamonds are getting steadily cheaper