GemFind Newsletter 1-26-2016

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The Centurion Jewelry Show in Scottsdale, AZ, is almost here. If you’ve been thinking of adding a new service to your marketing plan, this is the weekend to do it: we’re giving away an Apple Watch to anyone who signs up for a service at the show! Along with showcasing our latest products and services for the jewelry industry, we will also be hosting a raffle to give away three Apple Watch!

 

 

 

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10 things the jewellery industry learned in 2015
Professional Jeweller        Jan. 25

With the year officially done and dusted, Professional Jeweller looks back on the most important trends and stories of 2015 and the lessons that can be taken from them.

1- Coloured gemstones are still hot property

 
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WFDB President Outlines Main Issues Ahead of WDC 2016
David Brummer      IDEX     Jan. 25

World Federation of Diamond Bourses president Ernie Blom has outlined three key themes ahead of the World Diamond Congress meeting in Dubai in May. The WDC is an opportunity for bourse presidents to meet and discuss their views regarding critical issues affecting the industry.

 
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Industry Mourns as Cindy Edelstein Passes Away at 51
Rapaport News           Jan. 26

The jewelry world is mourning the passing of Cindy Edelstein, an entrepreneur, author, editor and long-time consultant to the industry, who died on Sunday at the age of 51. The cause was heart failure, according to a post on Instoremag.com January 24.

 
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Editor’s Picks from Italy             Hannah Connorton        National Jeweler           Jan. 26

It’s my first day back in the states since attending the winter edition of the Vicenzaoro jewelry trade show, a biannual event organized by Fiera di Vicenza that takes place in the Italian city of Vicenza.

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MORRIS & DAVID is an internationally recognized jewelry brand,  which has created a special collection. The two brothers, Morris & David, come from a family of jewelers whose roots in fine jewelry traces back many centuries ago.  Their family has been the exclusive jewelers to many royal families.   

*For more information about listing MORRIS & DAVID products on your website or Facebook, please contact GemFind at 1-800.373.4373

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What It’s Like to Cut the World’s Most Expensive Diamond
 
Rob Bates         JCK              Jan. 22
    

In November, Sotheby’s sold the Blue Moon, the 12.03 ct. internally flawless vivid blue cushion cut, for $48.5 million, setting a world record for a diamond at auction.
 

 
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Britt’s Pick: Nina Nguyen’s Harmony Necklace

Brittany Siminitz      JCK         Jan.15

I’ve got cabin fever. I initially poked fun at the Southern (read: sadly, poorly prepared) way Washington, D.C., has handled such a snow storm, my New York upbringing brushing it off as no big deal. But it’s totally a big deal. Sidewalks are piled 3 feet high.

 
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Titanium jewelry
  Jan. 23

Titanium is one of the strongest and lightest metal elements on earth. As such, titanium is widely used where strength and light weight are important. In jewelry, titanium is pure or nearly so, typically at 99.2% purity or better. Titanium is known more commonly as titanium dioxide, TiO2, the sun blocking agent in sunscreens and in paint.

 
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Lucapa Recovers 133-Carat Stone at Lulo

National Jeweler            Jan. 26

Lucapa has announced the recovery of more “special” diamonds–those weighing greater than 10.8 carats–from its Lulo Diamond Project in Angola, including a 133.4-carat stone. The diamond is the largest recovered at the Lulo mine to date, surpassing the 131.4-carat, 

 
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The Forgotten, Macabre World of Mourning Jewelry
  Tricia Tongco          Huffingtonpost    Jan. 21

Before its invention in the early 19th century, the absence of photography affected the way people experienced different stages of life. Including the grand finale — death. If you attended a funeral in the 17th or 18th century

 

 

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Does Size Matter? Discussing Diamond Carat Weight With Your Jewelry Store Customers
  Shoshi Grossman                    Rapnet                 Jan.26    
As a diamond retailer, describing the pros and cons of a larger diamond, based on that particular diamond’s combined characteristics, will allow your customer to determine which qualities are most important to them and if that particular diamond is what they are looking for.
 
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