De Beers Group is an international corporation that specialises in diamond exploration, diamond mining, diamond retail, diamond trading and industrial diamond manufacturing sectors. The company is currently active in open-pit, large-scale alluvial, coastal and deep sea mining. 
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De Beers is allowing its diamond buyers to refuse some lower-quality stones at its sale this week, according to people familiar with the situation. It’s a rare move by De Beers, which is famous for requiring buyers to take what’s offered, and highlights the weak state of the low-end diamond market.
De Beers has developed a proprietary process of protection and recognition for you and your diamond. All solitaire diamonds above 0.2 carats that pass our stringent criteria are microscopically branded with the De Beers Marque – a De Beers logo and unique diamond number.
De Beers is the world’s largest diamond company. The De Beers Group controls companies in the diamond mining, diamond processing and diamond trading sectors; and is active in all avenues of diamond mining – open-pit mining, underground mining, alluvial mining and offshore mining.
A collection of rough diamonds sit on a sorting table during grading at the Namibian Diamond Trading Co. (NTDC) diamond processing and valuation center, a joint venture between De Beers Group and Namdeb Diamond Corp. operated by Anglo American Plc, in Windhoek, Namibia.
De Beers, the world’s largest diamond producer by value, has acquired a per cent equity stake in the Swiss laser equipment company Synova. The two firms are set to collaborate on a fully automated cutting and shaping system for processing diamonds, based on the proprietary waterguided laser ...
De Beers S.A., South African company that is the world’s largest producer and distributor of diamonds. Through its many subsidiaries and brands, De Beers participates in most facets of the diamond industry, including mining, trading, and retail.
Diamond Processing at De Beers Group, Victor Mine, Canada.This is where each step of the processing sequence to liberate the diamonds from the kimberlite ore takes place. To give you an idea, this is where 7.2 million carats of diamonds have been processed.
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All natural diamonds will be imprinted with a serial number and registered, to prevent laboratory diamonds from being sold as natural diamonds. Kimberley Process According to DeBeers, "Every diamond in De Beers Diamond Jewellery is conflict-free and child labor free.
The De Beers Group of Companies which sells approximately 35% of the world’s rough diamond production through its Global Sightholder Sales and Auction Sales businesses, specializes in diamond exploration, diamond mining, diamond retail, diamond trading and industrial diamond …
De Beers, the world’s largest diamond producer by value, has acquired a 33.4 per cent equity stake in the Swiss laser equipment company Synova.. The two firms are set to collaborate on a fully automated cutting and shaping system for processing diamonds, based on the proprietary water-guided laser microjet (LMJ) technology developed by Synova.