GemFind Weekly Newsletter September 12, 2017

September 13, 2017
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GemFind Weekly Newsletter September 12, 2017

September 13, 2017 GemFind


  How to Make Your Jewelry Website More Interactive

Interactivity is one of the keys to building an online community. The more your online jewelry site invites participation with followers, the more chances people will have to spend time with it. Some of the interaction can be driven by technology, such as online contact forms and other web applications. Another technique involves using effective call to action (CTA) statements. Here are ways to create a fun, interactive experience for your growing audience.

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Positive Data Raises Hopes for Hong Kong Show                   Sep. 12   

The Hong Kong Jewelry & Gem Fair starts this week amid improved Chinese consumer sentiment and positive trends in the local polished-diamond trade. 
“As the national economy gains a steady momentum, Chinese consumers are becoming more willing to spend, with [a] nationwide buying spree driving [the] upgrade,”

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Jewelers Vigilance Committee Head Getting to Grips With New Industry
IDEX                      Sep.12
Several months into her new post as President and CEO of the Jewelers Vigilance Committee (JVC), Tiffany Stevens took time out of her schedule to give her initial impressions about the challenges of the position and that the diamond and jewelry industries present. 
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The Israeli Diamond Industry                     Sep. 12        

In a statement quoted by several news sources, the Tanzanian government said: “While Williamson Diamonds declared in its documentation that the value of the diamonds was $14.798 million, a fresh evaluation done by the government, established that the actual value of the diamonds is $29.5 million”. 

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Antwerp Denounces Global Witness Zim Accusations              The Diamond Loupe                     Sep. 11

In response to Global Witness’ recent report, “An Inside Job”, the Antwerp World Diamond Centre (AWDC) stated  today that  it denounces the NGO’s accusations that European sanctions may have violated by the sale of Zimbabwean diamonds, originating from 

Industry’s first synthetic detector for set jewelry comes to market
Jewellery Focus  Sep. 12

The International Institute of Diamond Grading and Research (IIDGR), a De Beers company, has announced what it claims is the first synthetic screening device for set jewelry, SYNTHdetect, now available for delivery.

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All roads lead to Rome at Bulgari

The Jewellery Editor        Sep. 11

Bulgari has been stealing the headlines of late with its three record-breaking ultra-thin Octo Finissimo watches. Back in 2014, Bulgari launched the world’s thinnest tourbillon, in 2016 the slimmest minute repeater chimed its way on the scene, and in 2017 the laurels for the leanest automatic movement on our planet go to Bulgari again.

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The Omega Speedmaster 60th Anniversary Limited Edition               Sep. 10

It’s hard not to love an anniversary edition watch, isn’t it? It’s even harder when you’re talking about one of the most iconic chronographs of all time – The Omega Speedmaster. At Baselworld 2017, Omega unveiled a 60th-anniversary limited edition reference of their most popular watch that rivals the epic Daytona from Rolex.

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Extremely Rare Red Diamond Heads to Auction

Robb Report                Sep. 08

In the fall of 2016, workers at Rio Tinto’s Argyle mine in Western Australia discovered an extraordinary 4.38-carat rough diamond that appeared to glow like a red ember. Next month, a radiant-cut gem born of that rough—the 2.11-carat fancy red VS2 diamond fittingly christened the Argyle Everglow—is expected to fetch millions when it’s sold in a by-invitation-only silent auction. 

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The Diamond Industry Is Obsessed With the Blockchain
Fortune  September 12 
This new type of record-keeping has been heralded as an efficiency that could transform industries like shipping, insurance, and finance. But the diamond business has been one of the first to embrace the technology wholeheartedly. 

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Off the Chart or the Most Strange Jewels
 Jewago  Sep. 11
The world is full of talented people who constantly create something new. And jewelry is a part of that created novelty. However, sometimes the jewels may look incredibly weird. On the one hand, such strangeness may be considered as something extravagant and unique, but, on the other hand, it may be regarded as the ridiculous thing.

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