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“Diamonds Are Forever” but Channels of Diamond Distribution are Always Changing

When DeBeers launched their “Diamonds are Forever” marketing campaign in 1952, the industry followed a traditional method of distributing their product to the public which looked something like this: DeBeers operated a mining group which sold uncut diamond rough to Diamond Cutters, who cut the diamonds and sold them to Diamond Wholesalers, who sold the diamonds […]

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Brian Gavin Blue Review: 1.328 carats, H-color, VS-2 clarity, an Extremely Smart Choice!

Diamonds weighing 1.30 – 1.49 carats are extremely popular because people LOVE being able to get close to the look of a 1.50 carat diamond, without having shell out the cash demanded by the price increase which occurs between the 1.49 – 1.50 carat marks. For instance, this 1.328 carat, H-color, VS-2 clarity, diamond with […]

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Tiffany Diamond Prices Compared to Online Diamond Prices

I’ve been pondering something for awhile now and needed to get an answer to the question which was “Why does Tiffany & Co., seem to focus all of their advertising promoting a  perfectly wrapped blue cardboard box instead of the quality of their diamonds?” After all, they are one of the largest diamond companies in […]

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Brian Gavin Signature Hearts and Arrows Diamonds Pricing

Stephen writes: I’m looking for a round ideal cut diamond preferably in the 2 carat range for around 23k. It will be set on an eternity band and was thinking about Brian Gavin’s signature but am open to something just as brilliant and nice if it’s a better value. I would prefer f/g color and it has […]

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Perception of Diamond Carat Weight

Timothy B. writes: “I am looking to purchase a round brilliant diamond engagement ring. I want to get the Ferrari of Cut – either Brian Gavin Signature or Crafted by Infinity (is one better than the other – i like the Infinity “story” but is it just a sales gimmick ). I am also open to James Allen True […]

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