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  • Lab-Grown Diamond Industry and the Term Cultured

    The FTC recently amended its regulations allowing lab-grown diamonds to be described as 'Cultured.'

    This is a critical issue facing the pearl and jewelry industry at large. Jeremy Shepherd addresses it in this webinar with the Women's Jewelry Association.

    Cultured Diamonds Vs. Cultured Pearls

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