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Infographic: Selling Your Diamond Ring


According to the American Psychological Association, about 40 to 50 percent of marriages in the United States end up in a divorce.* With a divorce every approximately 36 seconds,** we can’t help but wonder what happens to all those engagement rings. What does a newly divorced woman now do with her diamond? How does she […]

What to Do with Inherited Jewelry


So, you’ve inherited a few fine jewelry pieces. Among them, you find an inherited engagement ring with a European cut diamond, a pair of lovely pearl earrings, a diamond tennis bracelet that’s far too formal for you to wear everyday, and a wonderful antique brooch that was already an antique when it was passed down […]

Will Historic Prices Increase Demand for Colored Diamonds?

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By Anthony DeMarco History was made last month in Geneva when the Oppenheimer Blue Diamond shattered a world auction record set just six months earlier, selling for $57.5 million. That’s the highest price ever achieved for a gem at auction. The 14.62-carat fancy vivid blue diamond sold for more than $3.9 million per carat. The […]

World’s Second Largest Diamond – Lesedi La Rona

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Diamonds are a show-stopping gem that seems only to be better the bigger they are. That is why so many people are drawn to the Lucara diamond history that tells the story of the second-largest diamond in the world. The origin of the Lesedi La Rona diamond started in the thriving mine of Botswana where […]

Why It’s Worth Taking the Diamond Out of Your Ring


You’re thinking of selling your engagement ring. You know it’s a good quality diamond but you don’t have a grading report. Maybe you never had one, maybe it’s a family diamond, or maybe you lost the report years ago. If you’ve started to research selling your ring, you’re discovering that knowing the quality isn’t enough […]

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