Nathalie Emmanuel Fronts Only Natural Diamonds Spring Issue

Nathalie Emmanuel stars on natural-diamonds-debuts-print-magazine-gabrielle-union-lily-james-1235662393/” data-ylk=”slk:Only Natural Diamonds;elm:context_link;itc:0;sec:content-canvas” class=”link “Only Natural Diamonds third print edition magazine for spring 2024.

“Nathalie Emmanuel’s star has been on a constant ascent since delivering iconic roles as Missandei in ‘Game of Thrones’ and Ramsey in the ‘Fast & Furious’ franchise,” said Sam Broekema, Only Natural Diamonds editor in chief. “A feminist warrior, Emmanuel’s personal romantic punk style has been passed down from her grandmother and perfectly expresses those modern heirlooms we want now.”

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The issue centers around the theme of heirlooms, both personal and historical, while exploring the timeless allure and emotional resonance of real natural diamonds. “Whether you have inherited a collection of vintage jewelry or are at the start of the magpie’s odyssey, you can be sure that the natural diamonds in all these pieces have sparkled for generations before you and will continue to shine for generations to come,” he said of the issue heirloom theme.

Photographed by Andrés Jaña and styled by Alexandra Mandelkorn, the striking cover sees Emmanuel looking powerful while donning unique mix natural diamond jewelry from Maria Tash, Mindi Mond, Tiffany & Co., Sorellina, Hype Park Jewelers and Ten Thousand Things. “As Maggie Morris wrote in her profile of Emmanuel in the issue, she has unequivocally earned her position as a crown jewel among today’s iconic stars,” Broekema said.

Other stories in the magazine include an in-depth look at rare, exceptional diamond provenances throughout history, the transformation and global impact of the natural diamond industries of Botswana and the Northwest Territories of Canada, and, as always, some of the most dazzling diamond jewelry trends of the season.

Debuting on newsstands and select retailers across the U.S., London, Milan, Paris, as well as select airport lounges on June 21, the Natural

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Diamond Jewelry Market Poised to Surpass US$ 552.74 Billion by 2033: A Sparkling Future Ahead

Diamond Jewelry Market
Diamond Jewelry Market

The global diamond jewelry market is projected to be valued at US$ 355.93 billion in 2023, with an expected compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4.5%. By 2033, the market is forecasted to exceed US$ 552.74 billion.

The diamond jewelry industry has experienced remarkable growth in recent years, primarily driven by the increasing demand for diamond jewelry across various regions globally. As a result of growing consumer spending, luxury diamond jewelry products have become more accessible to the public, thereby driving market growth.

In addition, technological advancements in diamond cutting and polishing techniques have led to the production of high-quality diamonds, boosting the market further. The industry also faces certain restraints, such as the increasing cost of raw materials, particularly diamonds, which may deter consumers from purchasing high-end diamond jewelry products.

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Furthermore, ethical concerns regarding the sourcing of diamonds and their potential links to conflict zones have also created challenges for the industry. Additionally, economic uncertainties and fluctuations in the global diamond market have impacted the industry’s growth.

Despite the challenges, the diamond jewelry industry presents significant opportunities for growth in the coming years. The industry can leverage the increasing adoption of e-commerce and online sales channels to reach a wide audience and expand its customer base.

Moreover, the rise of sustainable and ethical diamond mining practices could further enhance the industry’s growth potential by attracting environmentally conscious consumers. The latest trends in the diamond jewelry industry include a shift towards customization and personalization of jewelry, particularly engagement rings and wedding bands.

The industry is also witnessing a growing trend of lab-grown diamonds, which are eco-friendly and ethically sourced, providing an alternative to mined diamonds. Additionally, colored diamonds are gaining popularity among consumers, particularly pink and yellow diamonds, which are

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Koura Fine Diamond Jewelry IPO allotment to be out today; Check GMP, allotment status, other key details of SME IPO

Koura Fine Diamond Jewelry IPO Allotment: The Koura Fine Diamond Jewelry IPO share allotment will be finalised today, March 12. The investors who applied for the issue can check Koura Fine Diamond Jewelry IPO allotment status online today when the allotment is out.

The initial public offer (IPO) of Koura Fine Diamond Jewelry Ltd opened for subscription on March 6 and closed on March 11. The 5.50 crore worth SME IPO received an overwhelming response from investors.

The investors now await Koura Fine Diamond Jewelry IPO allotment which is expected to be finalised today. They can check the number of shares allotted to them against the bids made on the IPO allotment day.

The IPO investors can check Koura Fine Diamond IPO allotment status online on the BSE website or the IPO registrar’s website. Kfin Technologies is the Koura Fine Diamond Jewelry IPO registrar.

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Here’s how you can do a Koura Fine Diamond IPO allotment status check on the registrar’s website – 

Step 1: Visit the Kfin Techn website on this link – https://rti.kfintech.com/ipostatus/

Step 2: Select ‘Koura Fine Diamond Jewelry’ from the dropdown menu

Step 3: Select one among the three options given – Application No, Demat Account or PAN

Step 4: Enter the details as per the option selected

Step 5: Enter PAN and hit ‘Submit’

Your Koura Fine Diamond IPO allotment status will be visible on the screen.

Koura Fine Diamond IPO GMP Today

Koura Fine Diamond Jewelry shares were commanding a hefty premium in the grey market on Tuesday. According to market observers, Koura Fine Diamond Jewelry IPO GMP today, or grey market premium today, is 65 per share. This indicates Koura Fine Diamond

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Pandora Proclaims ‘Diamonds For All’ By Expanding Its Lab-Grown Diamond Jewelry Range

With the global jewelry market in retreat, Pandora just delivered a solid second-quarter performance, with organic revenues up 5% to $850 million and like-for-like (LFL) revenues advancing 2%. This brought first-half revenues up 3.5% over the previous year to $1.7 billion.

Having expected challenges in fiscal 2023, Pandora initially guided on a -2% to +3% change in revenues this year, but given its strong performance so far, it raised guidance to between +2% to +5% by year-end.

“We outperformed the market,” CEO Alexander Lacik shared with me after the earnings call. “There’s a lot of uncertainty out there, with the Ukraine war, rising interest rates and consumer sentiment dropping like a stone. It’s a fact that people have less disposable income to go around, so against those macros, we showed sequential improvement.”

And Lacik is counting on that sequential improvement to pick up pace through the rest of the year after it drops three new collections of lab-grown diamond jewelry into the U.S., Canada, Australia and U.K. markets, with Mexico and Brazil to follow in time for holiday.

The new range includes rings, earrings, bracelets and necklaces and for the first time, it is presenting lab-grown diamonds in its flagship charms, what the company calls the “universe that is at the heart of Pandora.”

“We have over 600 million customers coming to our stores and website every year and we know the vast majority of them are very interested in buying a diamond but can’t afford mined diamonds. That’s where Pandora

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Grown Brilliance Sustainable And Luxurious Lab-Grown Diamond Jewelry

How do many lab-grown diamond fine and high jewelry companies that claim to be environmentally sustainable provide evidence to back such claims for their designs?

New York-based Grown Brilliance does all of the above, and more. Embodying a new wave of beautifully designed and evidence-based sustainable lab-grown diamond jewelry, this brand produces six stylistically diverse collections a year. While these are classics with an artistic twist, they are also of notably high quality: 95% of Grown Brilliance diamonds are I+ in color, and VS2 or higher in clarity. Led by founder and Creative Director Akshie Jhaveri, the brand’s supply chain, including packaging, is carbon-neutral, thanks to offsets purchased from the United Nations carbon off-set platform. In a transparent move, Jhaveri supplied this writer with sustainable bona fides including proof-of-sustainability certificates for her brand’s diamond growing, cutting, polishing and jewelry manufacturing facilities. As of this writing, Grown Brilliance is being audited by the sustainable industry standard organization SCS Global Services. The goal is to obtain SCS certification as a carbon-neutral or climate-neutral jewelry business.

Equally of note, Grown Brilliance is pioneering the e-tailing of sustainable lab-grown diamond jewelry by enabling customers to have their custom designs rapidly created with artistry and technical precision — at prices that compare exceedingly well to those of their competition As Jhaveri explained, “Our website’s Truly Custom tool allows people to design their unique lab-grown diamond ring, which we produce within 14 days, all without charging for this bespoke service.” (Grown Brilliance also offers Truly Custom necklace, earring and bracelet design options.) Too discreet to mention

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Diamond Jewelry Market is Estimated to be Valued at US$ 355.93 Billion in 2023

The global diamond jewelry market is expected to be worth US$ 355.93 billion in 2023. The market is predicted to expand at a 4.5% CAGR to reach US$ 552.74 billion by 2033.

The diamond jewelry industry has experienced remarkable growth in recent years, primarily driven by the increasing demand for diamond jewelry across various regions globally. As a result of growing consumer spending, luxury diamond jewelry products have become more accessible to the public, thereby driving market growth.

In addition, technological advancements in diamond cutting and polishing techniques have led to the production of high-quality diamonds, boosting the market further. The industry also faces certain restraints, such as the increasing cost of raw materials, particularly diamonds, which may deter consumers from purchasing high-end diamond jewelry products.

Furthermore, ethical concerns regarding the sourcing of diamonds and their potential links to conflict zones have also created challenges for the industry. Additionally, economic uncertainties and fluctuations in the global diamond market have impacted the industry’s growth.

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Despite the challenges, the diamond jewelry industry presents significant opportunities for growth in the coming years. The industry can leverage the increasing adoption of e-commerce and online sales channels to reach a wide audience and expand its customer base.

Moreover, the rise of sustainable and ethical diamond mining practices could further enhance the industry’s growth potential by attracting environmentally conscious consumers. The latest trends in the diamond jewelry industry include a shift towards customization and personalization of jewelry, particularly engagement rings and wedding bands.

The industry is also witnessing a growing trend of lab-grown diamonds, which are eco-friendly and ethically sourced, providing an alternative to mined diamonds. Additionally, colored diamonds are gaining popularity among consumers, particularly pink and yellow diamonds, which are often used in bespoke and high-end jewelry products.

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Irina Shayk Partied in Sweatpants and a Massive Diamond Choker After the Met Gala

Irina Shayk shook off some layers of designer clothes to party after the Met Gala—but she kept her strings of diamonds.

The supermodel was seen arriving at an after-party in the most luxe model-off-duty look: sweatpants, heeled boots, and bold diamond jewelry. Shayk traded the Yohji Yamamoto gown she wore on the carpet for comfy grey sweats and a ribbed white tank without a bra underneath. She also carried a maroon bomber jacket.

Shayk added some edge to the casual loungewear look with bedazzled gold boot heels with mustard yellow shoelaces, and elevated it with her diamond jewelry—which included plenty of earrings, layered necklaces, and a massive diamond-drop choker. She also kept her Met Gala glam on: a relaxed wavy hairdo and bright raspberry eyeshadow with a matching lip.

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The cool look was a big contrast to Shayk’s shayk-white-dress-ballet-flats-2023-met-gala/” data-ylk=”slk:ethereal Met Gala ensemble;elm:context_link;itc:0″ class=”link “ethereal Met Gala ensemble: a silky white dress by Yohji Yamamoto with big rosettes at the top and twisted straps at the shoulders. She paired the asymmetrical piece with matching ivory ballet flats.

Shayk recently spoke with Harper’s Bazaar for her May cover story about what beauty means to her. “We’re teaching our daughter that the most important thing is to be kind to people. Every time we send her to school, we’re like, ‘Just remember kindness and love.’ So I think that’s what true beauty is,” she said. “It’s not about putting on masks, putting on makeup, brushing your hair, putting on nice clothes. With TikTok and Instagram and social media, my daughter is growing up in a different environment than I grew up in, so sometimes it kind of scares me. But most important is teaching our daughter bigger values than being pretty

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Diamond Jewelry Advantage – Maaya Fine Jewels

Diamond Jewelry Advantage - Maaya Fine Jewels

Diamond Shopping can be a very overwhelming experience for a consumer. Diamond grading is a very subjective matter, and true grading of diamonds is at the epitome of this very subject. As a consumer, it can be tricky to decide whom to trust to ensure you are getting the right quality at the right price.

Unfortunately, due to immense competition, there are a lot of cases of malpractices taking place, and certain laboratories are giving false grading of diamonds and manipulating qualities. This has been happening for few years now as mentioned in one of our earlier articles on diamond prices.

We spoke to Nihar Parikh from Maaya Fine Jewels, a Manufacturer/Retailer of diamond jewelry since 1975, to help consumers recognize the right way to buy diamonds. He quoted, “At a consumer level, many customers find it hard to differentiate genuine quality. Sometimes, an avid buyer of diamond jewelry can recognize the quality of diamonds by seeing the shine and color (whiteness), compared to weaker diamond jewelry that looks grey, brown, or appears dull.

Its also important to understand the difference between buying from a retail store vs a manufacturer. A manufacturer like us can vouch for the quality and can give guarantees on the weights and quality of the product along with genuine US lab certification.

Also, our entire team is well-trained in grading diamonds, unlike a salesperson or a manager at a retail store. The goal at Maaya is to bridge this gap between the manufacturer and the end consumer.”

At Maaya Fine Jewels, they source their diamonds in the loose form from reputed DeBeers certified siteholders (companies that specialize in natural diamond mining and cutting) and set it in artistic jewelry designs under their own roof and supervision. This gives reassurance to the customer that

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NYC smash-and-grab nets over $2 million in jewelry: NYPD

A 30-second smash-and-grab heist in The Bronx netted a clutch of thieves more $2.15 million in “high-end diamond jewelry” during a wild, caught-on-video robbery, police say.

Surveillance video shows a suspect, clad in a white T-shirt and a black cap and wearing sunglasses, acting like a customer when he’s buzzed into Rocco’s Jewelry on Webster Avenue in Fordham around 2:30 p.m. Friday, cops said.

But instead of going inside, the man then let his three masked cohorts rush through the door, video shows.

It was reported to police that on Friday, August 5, 2022 at approximately 1438 hours, at Rocco's Jewelry located at 2521 Webster Avenue, an unknown individual approached the front door and was buzzed inside of the store by an employee. This individual then held the door open for an additional three individuals. Once inside the store, the three individuals used a hammer to smash open the display cases and removed a large amount of high-end diamond jewelry. The jewelry was placed into bags being carried by the individuals, who fled the location on foot heading southbound on Webster Avenue. The total value of stolen property is approximately $2.15 million. No injuries were reported.
The caper lasted about 30 seconds, the security footage shows.
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A classic smash-and-grab heist in the Bronx netted a clutch of thieves more $2.15 million in “high-end diamond jewelry.”
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A classic smash-and-grab heist in the Bronx netted a clutch of thieves more $2.15 million in “high end diamond jewelry”
Surveillance video shows a suspect acting like a customer when he’s buzzed in.
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A hammer-swinging man then smashes the glass cases while the other thieves pulled out trays of pricey baubles, cops said.

“Once inside the store, the three individuals used a hammer to smash open the display cases and removed a large amount of high-end diamond jewelry,” police said.

The jewelry was placed into bags that were carried by the thieves, who fled the location on foot heading southbound on Webster Avenue, cops said. 

The caper lasted about 30 seconds, the security footage shows.

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