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Alrosa is in talks with several global jewellery retailers about using fluorescent diamonds
Rough Diamonds from Mirny
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Russian mining giant miner Alrosa is looking to branch out: According to a report in Gem Konnect, Alrosa is in talks with several global jewellery retailers “about jointly marketing the miner’s jewellery brand that uses fluorescent diamonds, as it strives to create a new niche for the natural stones”.


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Credit: Alrosa


The Russian company expects this plan to come to fruition within a year, and sell its fluorescent diamonds, set in jewellery, under Alrosa’s Luminous Diamonds brand. The new jewellery will be aimed at millennials as well as Generation Z consumers (born between the 1990s and the 2000s). Alrosa’s CEO Sergei Ivanov is quoted as saying that the company is “completing talks with several major companies in different regions”.


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According to Gem Konnect, between a fourth and a third of all diamonds display fluorescence, which does not affect the stone’s grading. They are, however, harder to sell than non-fluorescent stones, as many traders view them as lower quality. Typically, they are sold for 25%-45% less than non-fluorescent stones.

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