Like the gold rushes and the diamond rushes that we have seen in decades gone by, the known location of sapphires and the vast desire of human beings to own the...
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According to recent report, the European Union has granted Zambia’s Ministry of Mines and Mining Development 400,000 euros in order to further their work within...
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While The Pink, a pink diamond ring performed exceptionally well at a recent Christie’s auction in Geneva, there was one buyer who walked away with an exception...
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It was a good sale for Christie’s Auction House. This being their 50th anniversary year, the company was undoubtedly pleased with the outcome of the Geneva base...
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For anyone who is interested in the history of film, or who was alive to enjoy the era, Marilyn Monroe is a name that is not to be forgotten. The American actr...
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It is not just the jewellery industry that is interested in gemstones. We have frequently written about the use of diamonds in industrial markets, as saws, d...
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A mine in South Africa is happily reporting yet more gains, as they drill further into the earth uncovering large amounts of zinc and copper. The excitement tu...
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We have seen the appeal of ‘retro’ flood the jewellery markets. People want to pick up a piece and be reminded of the past. Whether that ‘past’ is the time of...
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A man from the UK has been hit by a bit of brilliant inspiration recently. He had a Rolex watch stashed away. He hadn’t worn the watch in quite some time, hav...
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