Diamond Guild Australia members recommend you purchase a diamond because you love it. Given that diamond prices have been increasing for the last 15-20 years, it is unlikely that diamonds will ever lose their value. However, no – one can predict which way the market will swing. Therefore, unless you are an experienced diamond trader, […]
A sure trend is that couples are wanting to know the story behind where their diamonds come from – the provenance of the gems which are going into their special ring. They also like to know that they are natural, sustainable and ethically sourced.
The perfect, classic emerald-cut D colour diamond was purchased by an anonymous buyer via a telephone bid. It had a pre-sale estimate of $19 million to $25 million. The diamond is about the size of a walnut and was mined by De Beers in Southern Africa. Originally weighing over 200 carats, its owner spent more […]
It is important to focus on the true origin of an earth borne diamond – each a beautiful, rare natural phenomenon, individual and of truly natural provenance worthy of celebrating the significant milestones of life. A natural diamond will appreciate and be appreciated over time for its rarity – its value reflecting its unique qualities […]
Insurance under home and contents cover may not be possible if you are just starting out and are yet to have a property policy to attach your jewellery items to. This is particularly relevant to recently engaged couples who are often young and yet to move into their first home. It is also important to […]