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Gujat CM Asks Diamantaires to Tap International Market


On his first visit to the city after the polls, chief minister Narendra Modi called upon the diamond industry to tap the huge potential of international jewellery market and not be content with polishing diamonds. Inaugurating gems and jewellery exhibition Sparkle – 13 at the convention centre at Sarsana, he advised the diamond industry to constantly pursue for value addition. ... Read More »

World Trade Jewellers Creates Special Hasbro Game Collection


SCRABBLE DIAMOND JEWELRY DEBUTS IN 4 Q:- World Trade Jewelers collaborated with Hasbro Inc. to create and distribute special jewelry designs that replicate select Hasbro themes from popular games such as Scrabble, Candy Land and My Little Pony. These jewelry pieces will be offered in time for Christmas season 2013 through a network of 10,000 retail partners and associated ecommerce websites. ... Read More »



Nizam’s pink diamond is a Cushion cut sparkler of a 34.65 carat and originated in Golconda mine. This is the highest prices for a privately owned diamond. British auction house Christie’s was purchased this diamond on bid by telephone conversations. This jewel created new record at the auction house. The cushion cut sparkler the princie diamond possesses the most desirable ... Read More »

Petra Recovers 26-Ct. Blue Diamond at Cullinan


Petra Diamonds recovered a high-quality top color 25.50-carat blue diamond from its Cullinan mine in South Africa. The diamond follows a line of other special blue stones that Petra has recovered at Cullinan since acquiring the mine from De Beers in 2008. The company is currently implementing an expansion plan at Cullinan, which will take production from 870,000 carats per ... Read More »

Blue diamond sets record at London sale


An extremely rare blue diamond sold for 6.2 million pounds at a London auction today, setting a new world record for price per carat. The fancy deep-blue diamond weighing 5.30 carats sold at Bonhams Fine Jewellery sale in central London for a record USD 1.8 million per carat, beating the previous record of USD 1.68 million. The gem, which was ... Read More »

Kristall Sells 64% of Parcels at Auction


Kristall Production Corporation sold 51 of the 80 parcels of polished diamonds at its fourth tender. The tender totaled $1.9 million. The latest polished diamond tender by Kristall took place at the company’s overseas offices in Hong Kong and New York, a departure from the previous tenders held in Russia. The company said the goal in taking the tender abroad ... Read More »

Pandora Launches Earrings cum charan


Panora jewelry has introduced an earring concept to allow women to express their personal style in a new way Pandora plans to launch this sterling silver earring barrels charm in May that would double as earrings. The barrels each hold a single unthreaded charm, which is then hung from Pandora’s French wire posts or hoop earrings. “The beauty of the ... Read More »

Napoleon, Beauharnais Engagement Ring Fetches $1M at Osenat


The Osenat auction house in Fontainebleau, 111France sold the engagement ring Napoleon Bonaparte gave Josephine de Beauharnais for approximately $1.2 million, including buyer’s premium, against a presale estimate of $13,000 to $20,000 (EUR 10,000 to EUR 15,000). The gold ring (pictured) garnered fierce and active bidding during the sale and features a pear-shaped sapphire and a diamond, set in the ... Read More »

“Children of Conflict”


Gorgeous global citizen Angelina Jolie is expanding her international extracurricular efforts—this ti me, from wine-making in France to jewelry design to benefit school children in high-conflict regions. Her high-end jewelry line, “Style byiolie ,” was co-created by Robert Procop, the Beverly Hills jeweler who helped Brad Pitt design her engagement ring. Like Jolie’s reportedly 15-carat, $500,000 accessory, many of the ... Read More »

Designer shows off $17.8 million Diamond-encrusted iPhone

The GBP 10m diamond-encrusted gold Apple iPhone 5 designed by Stuart Hughes, Britain - 11 Apr 2013

U.K. – based designer Stuart Hughes, renowned for his extravagant technology designs including an iPad 2 with t-Tyranosauras-rex bone shaved into it, has created an iPhone 5 worth $17.8 million. It is the “world’s most expensive phone,” Hughes claims. It took Hughes nine weeks to recreate the chassis of the iPhone 5 in solid, 24ct gold. It was started and ... Read More »