The Answer to a Fully Transparent Diamond Sector
For generations, the diamond sector has been shrouded from the masses behind a very distinguished curtain. However, for anyone behind the scenes within the industry, they were faced with a disorderly flow down the entire supply chain.
eGrading's Revolutionary Ripple Effect
The secret has already been out as far back as 2017. Sarine’s AI-based eGrading™ has taken the 4Cs grading process to where it’s never been and has revealed a new depth to diamonds along the way. The old standard of determining a diamonds worth and rarity is beginning to look like an old IBM desktop in a world overflowing with iPads[…]
Consumerism - Trends to Stay Aware of After COVID-19
In March 2020, the world faced a sudden and unexpected disruption to everyday life on a global scale. Consumerism was turned on its head, and shopping habits shifted drastically, almost overnight.
Of course, the biggest shift was the move to online shopping and digital experiences. In mid-2020 in the US, between 30% and 50% of[…]
Sarine eGrading™: Leading the Industry Towards Change
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.
Data: The Key to Sustainability in Fashion – And Diamonds
The fashion industry has a problem, and it’s called sustainability.
Fashion is a truly global and complex industry, connecting raw materials suppliers, manufacturers, brands and consumers in every corner of the world. It’s also a massive one, expected to reach a value of $1.7 trillion in 2021.
“Digital or Bust?” Key Takeaways from the Rapaport Diamond Tech Podcast Series: Episode 1
Here at Sarine, diamond technology is what we are all about, and it has been our singular focus for over 30 years in the industry. That’s why we are honored to sponsor the Rapaport Podcast Special Series, “Technology and the Diamond Trade”.
What do Ping Pong, Popsicles, Xerox and Sarine have in common?
They are all brand names that became the international standard in their field. What people today call a game of “Ping Pong” is actually a trademark from 1901 for table tennis products. And when your child asks for a “Popsicle”, or wants to Xerox his homework, they are using a specific brand name that is so widespread, it has[…]
Big and Small - Sarine’s Technology Has Every Diamond Covered
For three decades, Sarine’s technological developments have taken the diamond industry to ever greater heights of accuracy, cost efficiency and excellence.
Go-To Retail: Diamond Manufacturers in India Get Retail Ready
Fact: India is the global center of diamond manufacturing. The vast majority of the world’s rough diamonds (85%) are polished in India. With so much focus and fanfare on the manufacturing side of the industry, it is important to take note of changes occurring in the Indian diamond and jewelry retail sector as well.