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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
Diamonds are a girl’s best friend — no matter the generation.
Tiffany CEO Alessandro Bogliolo was in Chicago recently to launch an exhibit at the company’s store there, and talked about what the 182-year-old luxury jewelry retailer is doing to attract a new generation of shoppers, why he thinks millennials aren’t abandoning diamonds and why you won’t see