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I got invited to this club by a friend since I constantly urged her to tell me where she picked up this fabulous ring she wore . I cant wait to order one of my own now. - Anna Cooper
Each and every piece they offer is so simple , minimalistic and so perfectly finished. Timeless jewelry - Helena cruz
Precious ! Precious! - Dorothy S.
I ordered a Tanzanite pendant for my fiance . I can tell you one thing… she went crazy. It was well priced too. - Toni Lee
I was taken aback by the color of Emerald in the Classic ring I ordered. So proud to wear this ring. I Feel like a Royal Class! - Apurva Kapur
After receiving my 1st jewelry (I ordered an orange opal bracelet) with Prestige Jewely Club…I am confidant of all my future purchases with them. The quality and Price is extremely competent since they are directly sourced. - Monica Simpson
love it..this was a great buy! This will definitly wow my friends! - Karen Dershowitz
this was my first experience with a jewellry club and was amazed with the variety offered. Just received my first order and it's just perfect..exactly what I wanted! - Josie Cooper
I was little hessitant to order an expensive ring online but all worth it…received my order yesterday and it's beautiful.. - Linda Hill
Georgeous pieces of jewelry…would recommend to everyone! - Anna Harris

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    26.03.2019 07:03

    RAPAPORT... Impairment charges resulting from tax changes led Gemfields to a loss of $60.4 million in 2018, it said Monday. The group reported a profit of $45.1 million the previous year. Last year, the Zambian government introduced a 15% export levy that required Gemfields to have its Kagem emerald mine revalued. This contributed to a $26.6 million devaluation, which included an inve...

  2. Botswana Diamonds to Begin Production This Year

    26.03.2019 07:03

    RAPAPORT... Botswana Diamonds will begin bulk sampling and diamond production from its Thorny River project in South Africa in May. It will then ramp up output to 20,000 tonnes a month, the company said Monday. The kimberlite ore will be processed at a nearby plant, which is currently being refurbished. In the six months ending December 31, the miner reported a loss of GBP 190,000 ...

  3. Global Jewelry Sales Rise in 2018, Says Alrosa

    26.03.2019 04:03

    RAPAPORT... Global jewelry sales grew 4% to $85.9 billion in 2018 despite a weaker second half, according to market research Russian miner Alrosa released. The growth was slower than the 5% increase Alrosa reported for the previous year. North American sales grew 4% in 2018, with the region accounting for more than half of overall revenue, the company said Monday. In the first half o...

  4. Jury Still Out on Baselworld

    26.03.2019 02:03

    RAPAPORT... Gem and jewelry exhibitors gave mixed responses to changes at the struggling Baselworld show, with many still undecided as to whether they would return to the trade fair. Visitor traffic was relatively light throughout the six-day event, which ends Tuesday, with Saturday and Sunday seeing the strongest activity. Attendance was so sparse in the gem halls that some ...

  5. Lulo Resource Estimate Nearly Doubles

    25.03.2019 06:03

    RAPAPORT... Diamond resources at Lucapa Diamond Company’s Lulo alluvial mine in Lesotho are 90% higher than it originally estimated, according to an independent valuation. Lulo has 80,400 carats remaining in the mine, according to a December 2018 study by external consulting company Z Star Mineral Resource Consultants. That figure was reevaluated from a previous Lulo resource estimation c...