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Marty Hurwitz
Marty HurwitzPublished on December 06, 2022

Global Voices 2022 LGD Research Report Released

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MVI Marketing LLC (THE MVEye), the leader in market research for the global gem, jewelry and watch industries, today announced the release of its latest study findings entitled Global Voices 2022 International Lab-Grown Diamond Consumer and Trade Market Research Report.

The complete study report is now available on THE MVEye website. Subscribers to The MVI LGD Market Intel Report can receive the report for FREE (a $250 value).

“This research study confirms that the lab-grown diamond disruption has gone far beyond the borders of the USA and is now seeing increasing consumer demand in markets across the globe,” said Chatelain, “And there is certainly clear evidence that the mined diamond business is now being cannibalized.”

The complete study report is now available on THE MVEye website. Subscribers to The MVI LGD Market Intel Report can receive the report for FREE (a $250 value).

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The complete study report is now available on THE MVEye website. Subscribers to The MVI LGD Market Intel Report can receive the report for FREE (a $250 value).

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Zales Becomes the First U.S. In-Store Retailer for PD PAOLA

For the first time, U.S. consumers will get to explore the popular, international jewelry brandin-store, creating a unique Connected Commerce experience just in time for holiday

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WD Lab-Grown Featured in Chemistry World

Article in prestigious scientifc journal features Chief Technlogy Officer John Ciraldo.

John Ciraldo Chief Technology Officer WD Lab-Grown Diamonds

The scientific, business and consumer worlds are all begining to intersect in their interest and growing familiarity with lab-grown diamonds.

Not surprising then that a feature article in this week's edition of Chemistry World, The Scientific Journal of the Royal Society of Chemistry, included a prominent spot for John Ciraldo, Chief Technology Officer of WD Lab-Grown Diamonds, one of the leading diamond growing scientists at one of the world's leading prime growers of diamonds.

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 ‘As a consumer, unless you have a microscope to read the laser inscription, you’re not going to know that a diamond is lab-made,’ John Ciraldo, chief technology officer of WD Lab Grown Diamonds in the US.
‘The challenge in CVD diamond is to find the right balance of all the variables, such as temperature, pressure, power and gas chemistry, while also maintaining a good interface between the plasma and the diamond growth surface,’ explains Ciraldo.

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Gen Z Driving Lab-Grown Consumer Growth in China

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As the latest MVEye Research Report highlights, consumer acceptance of lab-grown diamonds is now a global disruption. China's youngest consumers are now a growing part of that story.

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