With the retail battle expected to be difficult this holiday season, Stuller is seizing airtime with a TV segment destined to reach millions of core diamond consumers.
Sarasota, Fla.–Clark McEwen, chief operating officer of lab-grown-diamond company Gemesis, will leave the company when his contract expires in April, McEwen confirmed to National Jeweler on Monday.
Mumbai, India–India’s leading jewelry-industry associations are banding together to help the families of those killed or injured in the Mumbai terrorist attack last week.
The 478-carat ‘Leseli la Letseng’ diamond has sold for $18.4 million and is expected to yield a polished stone of at least 200 carats.
Carlsbad, Calif.–The Gemological Institute of America (GIA) has announced that the GIA Laboratory will again offer its Holiday Express Service during the holiday season, from Dec. 1-19.
London–The board of mining company BHP Billiton announced today that it is not moving forward with its acquisition of rival mining company Rio Tinto.
A 478-carat rough diamond recovered from Africa earlier this year made its public debut–and received its official name–during a press conference in Dubai.
New York–From now on, when diamond dealers speak of prices on the Rap list, they will have to specify which one.
New York–Stressing the appeal of owning “fewer, better things,” De Beers’ newly intensified holiday marketing campaign will promote the diamond jewelry gift as a rock-solid “icon of enduring value” in rickety economic times.
New York–De Beers, the diamond industry’s main marketing machine long thought stalled, will now kick it into high gear this holiday season with a doubling of its marketing budget and a new diamond advertising campaign, National Jeweler has learned.