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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
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
When people think of diamonds, they like to think big. Every celebrity engagement is drowning in news items about the size of the diamond. Not to mention diamonds such as the 146-carat Koh-i-Noor, one of the largest in the world, steeped in mystique and part of the British Crown Jewels since Queen Victoria’s reign.
Although large diamonds get a lot of attention, most consumers a