As the world becomes more automated and digital, diamond grading is not left behind. From rough to cut, the use of technology in grading and traceability reports is the direction the industry is headed. As pioneers in diamond technology, and the driver of the new eGrading revolution, Sarine is leading the way.
At Sarine, we are proud to have been the sponsors of the Rapaport special podcast series focusing on Technology and the Diamond Trade, our favorite topic! We’ve published recaps of episodes 1, 2, 3 and 4, covering the A-Z of diamond technology, including traceability, grading and the new retail. In this fifth and final instalment,[…]
The world has gone digital, well and truly. From smartphones to smart homes, online shopping,GPS and banking apps, there’s no turning back. And now, it’s happening in jewelry retail too.
But to understand where we are, let’s start at the beginning. The diamond and jewelry industryis, in fact, an ancient one. The concept of[…]
Large diamonds make headlines. Large diamonds stand out – for their rarity, sparkle and value. For many reasons,big diamonds capture much of the attention and imaginationof the market.
Recently, it was announced that a leading diamond manufacturer in Africa, Schachter & Namdar, has adopted the Sarine ® Diamond Journey™ provenance reports for its two exclusive diamond brands - Brilliant Rose and Proudly South African. This announcement comes at a time when diamond traceability and provenance are the fastest-growing[…]
A diamond is laden with emotional and economic significance, yet more than anything else, it is a visual experience. A diamond’s beauty is not just symbolic - it is very real. It is a result of the diamond’s individual 4Cs features, as well as the way it interacts with light - its ‘light performance’. It is also a consequence of the[…]
There's a new trend in the diamond industry that you may have heard about. It's called the 'Diamond Journey'. It's the story of the way a rough diamond is transformed to a polished diamond, which now waits patiently in the jewelry store display for its destined owner.