The latest diamond industry outlook by ABN AMRO tells us of the global changes and uncertain environment for the nearest future. The report shows that in 2018 production technology of lab-grown diamonds had been further rapidly progressing. Lab diamonds producers can offer now bigger and better quality products which are at the same time warmly…Details
Europe’s largest lab-grown diamonds distributor MADESTONES welcomes you at INHORGENTA MUNICH on 22-25 February, 2019. Visit us at Hall C1, Booth 359. Discover and enjoy beautiful jewellery world and timepieces. There you can also meet with other jewellery manufacturers, designers and wholesale trade representatives. Contact us and let us meet there to discuss your jewellery business development…Details
The Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle was recently seen porting a pair of diamond earrings with an interesting twist. Meghan Markle proves you can be fashionable and environmentally friendly! The internet is going crazy over a pair of lab-grown diamond earrings Markle wore while visiting the London office of Smart Works. Markle appears to really enjoy…Details
Patrick Evans’ Company Launch The Financial times reported 3 days ago that former chief executive of the world’s third-largest diamond miner is launching a company making lab-grown diamonds, in the latest challenge to the mining industry from man-made stones. Patrick Evans, who left Canada’s Dominion Diamond in December, will pick a location in the US…Details
Vicenza show January 18-23, 2019 Hall 3.1 booth 244Details
Live from #IJL2018 – Lina Leurentop of Madestones on why lab grown diamonds can be beautiful, sustainable and affordable!
Madestones won the Precious Metals and Stones Supplier of the Year 2018 at Professional Jeweller Awards. The Precious Metals and Stones Supplier of the Year indicates interesting trend in the industry. Because lab-grown diamonds continue to grow in popularity, the UK has been turning to Madestones for its products and expertise, and as such, were quick…Details
A Diamond is no Longer Natural. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) classifies lab-grown as a diamond. On July 24, 2018, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has expanded its definition of “diamond”. FTC included diamonds, grown in a laboratory, as part of several changes to its jewellery guidelines. The word “natural” has been removed from the…Details