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We’re proud to announce the dates for Master Diamond Cutters’ 1st Southern Stars: Meet your Cutter Tour is the first time that award-winning educator, designer, inventor and master diamond cutter extraordinaire- Mike Botha will present a series of diamond cutting and polishing engagements in the USA. “Our Customers are our brightest stars” says Master Diamond […]

Immortal Beloved Diamonds

‘Immortal Diamonds by Vamp’ is a conceptual artwork by New Zealand artist Jonathan Cameron. This art project is inspired by contemporary vampire fiction and presents an exclusive suite of virtual engagement rings along with a series of video works. The project has been designed to engage with and unpack notions of toxicity and romance – a […]

Interactive Diamond Selling Guide

There are only few voices in the industry that need to be heard more…Mel Moss is one of them. Mel is a respected, trusted diamantaire based in Vancouver, and every month (give-or-take) he shares his views on developments in the industry. Bookmark his news page. Last month Mel proposed the “Interactive Diamond Selling Guide”– an […]

Mining in the Fort à la Corne…

One of the many questions we get asked is: “Why Prince Albert of all places?” Well, it all started way back in 1995 when the Fort à la Corne properties were staked, and shortly thereafter diamonds were discovered during the first drill-program. Fast forward some 20 years and we may just have another diamond mine hot on the […]

Learning to say: “No!”

Sometimes politely. Sometimes curt. If you’re like me, you probably receive a lot of phone calls from various vendors peddling their wares, and this week I decided to try something new. A software vendor (who obviously didn’t know a thing about our company) called me to sell me a software solution specific to our industry. […]

Getting it done

This little 3.8 ct, L, Faint Brown VS2…has potential. We’re keeping our fingers crossed on this one. Looking at a full re-cut for this Customer to turn this G (or an AGS 8) into a 3.302 ct AGS Triple Zero. It has a very slight pink hue- and chances are it may become a light pink once […]

Goto AGS Guilds

The American Gem Society (AGS) recently launched a virtual Guild, open not just to AGS members, but to any members of the trade interested in coming together—virtually. Peter Yantzer, Executive Director of AGS Laboratories, will kick-off the first GoTo Guilds meeting with his presentation, “Light Performance 101,” an in-depth primer on the American Gem Society’s […]

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