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  • All roads lead to the June Fair

    A world-leading marketplace for jewellery, gemstones, and industry-related design, manufacturing and retail solutions, the June Hong Kong Jewellery & Gem Fair is offering its exceptional brand of sourcing experience to thousands of buyers starting from today.

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  • Special forums slated in KP meet in India

    Two forums on terminology and artisanal mining are scheduled to be held on the sidelines of the intersessional meeting of the Kimberley Process, which is taking place in Mumbai until June 21 .

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  • PGI® names new managing director for China

    Platinum Guild International has appointed a new managing director for China who's tasked to further strengthen partnerships and explore new business opportunities in the platinum sector.

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  • GIA board welcomes new governor

    The Gemological Institute of America Board of Governors has welcomed Patricia Ann ‘Kiko’ Harvey, inspector general and director of oversight at the United Nations World Food Programme, as the newest member to the institute’s governing body.

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  • CTF shines on strong gold jewellery demand

    Retail giant Chow Tai Fook Jewellery Group Ltd reported an 11.8 percent rise in net profit for the year ended March 31, 2019 on the back of robust demand for gold jewellery products.

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  • Alrosa sales reach US$266m in May

    Russian diamond miner Alrosa sold US$266 million worth of rough and polished diamonds in May, bringing the company’s year-to-date sales to US$1.58 billion.

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  • GIA to offer more Japanese language courses

    The Gemological Institute of America is expanding its Japanese language distance education courses later this year. Graduate Diamonds and Applied Jewelry Professional diplomas will also be available.

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  • Israeli diamonds to dazzle buyers at June Fair

    The Israel Diamond Pavilion will host 30 companies at the June Hong Kong Jewellery & Gem Fair, which is scheduled for June 20 to 23 at the Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre.

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  • Tiffany sales down on subdued tourist spending

    Tiffany & Co reported a drop in first quarter earnings as a result of lower tourist spending in key retail markets, the US in particular.

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  • HK jewellery sales weaken in April

    Jewellery sales in Hong Kong were down 11.4 percent in April compared to the same period last year largely due to an overall decline in consumer sentiment.

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  • Venus Jewel earns RJC certification on diamond origin

    Major diamond manufacturer Venus Jewel has obtained certification from the Responsible Jewellery Council, which includes the first audited provenance claim on rough diamond origin and traceability.

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  • DFL Group names new CEO

    Israel-based DFL Group, operator of B2B diamond trading website UNI.Diamonds, has appointed Mahiar Borhanjoo as its new CEO.

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  • Eclectic jewellery choices at June HK Fair

    Sourcing opportunities abound at the June Hong Kong Jewellery & Gem Fair, which will feature an expansive selection of refined gems and fine jewellery pieces.

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  • GIA expands scope of diamond origin reports

    GIA has included natural fancy colour diamonds to its Diamond Origin Report, which scientifically matches faceted D-to-Z and now fancy colour diamonds to the original rough to confirm their country of origin.

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  • Gyso shines light on innovative Memotime pearls

    Hong Kong-based Gyso Pearls & Jewellery Ltd is offering a one-of-a-kind selection of pearls that serves as a digital locket and keeper of one’s most precious memories.

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  • Pink diamond fetches US$7.5m at auction

    An extraordinary 3.43-carat fancy vivid purplish pink diamond ring by Moussaieff sold for around HK$58.82 million (US$7.52 million) at Christie’s Magnificent Jewels Spring Auction 2019.

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