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Sept. 16, 2009
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Pantone Selects Top 10 Colors for Spring 2010
from Pantone
Designers bring splashes of sunshine to the runway for spring 2010. Vibrant brights add a sense of excitement to the color palette, while practical neutrals provide a safety net for cautious consumers. In its "Pantone Fashion Color Report Spring 2010," the color authority identifies these hues: Turquoise, Tomato Purée, Fusion Coral, Violet, Tuscany, Aurora, Amparo Blue, Pink Champagne, Dried Herb, and Eucalyptus. More     E-mail article


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AGTA Spectrum Awards™ Deadline is Next Friday
from AGTA
The deadline for the 2010 AGTA Spectrum Awards™ and Cutting Edge competition is next Friday, September 25, 2009. Jewelry designers and gem artists from the U.S. and Canada are putting the finishing touches on their entries now – are you ready? More     E-mail article


Ooh, Those Indefinable Colors!
from the Color-n-Ice Blog
Pure and bold primary hues like red green and blue have staked their claim in the heart of many a gemstone lover. Well earned, of course. But in this era of myriad specialty jewels all vying for their place of prominence, one element edges a jewelry item to the forefront. It's color - or rather an indefinable color to be more specific. More     E-mail article


The Authentic Optix® Cut
Revolutionizes the Appearance of Precious Gems.

Employing advanced light refraction science, Optix stones are precisely cut with concave faceting to reflect significantly more light than stones with flat faceting. The result is a stone with unmatched brilliance. Find Out More


Historic Venue for Cartier Treasures
from Shanghai Daily
Beijing's Forbidden City is a fitting venue for a collection of pieces made by the renowned French jeweler which now numbers more than 1,360 items, many of which are on show in the capital. On display are sumptuous jewels, precious watches and exceptional timepieces such as the mystery clocks, practical objects and accessories such as decorated boxes, writing instruments and cigarette cases, as well as an important collection of original drawings and plaster casts. More     E-mail article


Blue Chalcedony: The Sky Blue Gemstone in Designer Jewelry
from The Denver Jewelry Examiner
Blue chalcedony is stealing the show among blue gemstones in designer jewelry. And among other blue gemstone dazzlers, blue chalcedony is about as easy to find but is easier on the pocketbook. More     E-mail article


        American Gemological Laboratories:
Your Colored Gemstone and Origin Specialist

America's first and most highly respected laboratory for identification, treatments and origin reporting. AGL's experienced specialists and advanced analytical techniques uncover the secrets of every stone. Our reports are accepted throughout the industry, including wholesalers, retailers, auction houses and most importantly consumers. More Info


Rio Tinto to Resume Argyle Diamond Mine Expansion Next Year
from Bloomberg
Rio Tinto Group, the world’s third- largest mining company, will resume work on a $1.5 billion expansion of its Argyle diamond mine next year as global jewelry demand recovers. Rio's Argyle mine supplies 90 percent of the world’s pink diamonds, used exclusively for jewelry. Those gems account for just 1 percent of total production at the mine. Much of the remainder is sold as rough, or uncut, diamonds. More     E-mail article


GIA Thailand to Host GemFest Thailand
from the Gemological Institute of America
The Gemological Institute of America (GIA) Thailand will host its GIA GemFest Thailand on Sept. 16 in conjunction with the 44th Bangkok Gems and Jewelry Fair. The speaker Richard W. Hughes, senior vice president of Gemstone Acquisition & Marketing NCS Group Co., Ltd., is presenting "People and Places: New Directions in Gemology." More     E-mail article


Order AGTA Cards Now for the Holidays
from AGTA
The American Gem Trade Association (AGTA) has released a customizable card with an image of a unique inclusion resembling a Christmas tree from a 21.02 ct. Burmese sapphire. "This image was something we knew would be of interest to many companies in the industry, especially those with clients who appreciate colored gemstones," said Adam Graham, AGTA Marketing Manager. More     E-mail article



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