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While the Gemmology Institute of America (GIA) is resorting to every available marketing and communication channel to reach its target group, the Antwerp-based HRD Institute of Gemmology is far more quiet. Nowadays there seems to be a shift. One of...

Mouawad, Oriana collection inspired by Venice

As the jewellery shows keep the Gulf excited, Mouawad, the most traditional house of the region raises the mood even higher by introducing their new Boutique Collection, Oriana. According to Pascal Mouawad, co-guardian of the family business, for...

Swiss fine watchmaking events – Part 2

The Poinçon de Genève (Geneva Seal) is originally the official seal of the City and Canton of Geneva. In horology it is a certification reserved for wristwatch movements made in the City or Canton of Geneva. This dedicated certificate is a...

Swiss fine watchmaking events – Part 1

Switzerland has been the cradle of watchmaking for centuries. The fascinating surroundings of the Jura Mountains and the Alps have given a home to the masterminds and the precise hands of horology. Company conglomerates and small manufactures are...



May 4, 2021 at 5:52am
#PandoraJewellery will stop using mined #diamonds and focus on lab-created ones - as part of a strategy to drop raw materials associated with unethical production methods. @PANDORA_Corp #labgrowndiamonds https://t.co/eHcPVw1bJb
Pandora Group @PANDORA_Corp
Today we launch our first lab-created diamond collection Pandora Brilliance and we announce that we will stop using mined diamonds in our products. Our aim is to make diamond jewellery accessible to a wider audience.
Read more on https://t.co/Qx1RdgVDfK https://t.co/PdnAk1VZnd