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The Spark of Confidence

Register Your Diamond

DCLA provides a secure online Diamond Registry to protect your precious diamond assets. Adding your diamond to the registry provides several benefits:

Proof of Ownership

Your DCLA registry entry is verified against out internal tracking systems to confirm your ownership. This provides you added protection and verification for your insurance company in the case of loss or theft, easing the claims process.

Increased probability of identifying lost or stolen items

If your diamond is lost or stolen, simply mark it as such in the registry and an alert will be sent to members of the industry to be on the lookout for that diamond. The diamond will also be flagged in the DCLA internal systems and picked up immediately should it be sent back to the laboratory for a new grading or other reason.

Reduced costs of other DCLA Services

DCLA will offer registry members discounts on further DCLA and ancilliary services. Please ask at the DCLA for our latest offers for Registry members.

Click here to REGISTER Free.

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Thursday 6 July, 2017

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Gem Diamonds found the high quality 126 carat, D colour Type IIa rock at Letšeng.

Monday 12 June, 2017

GEM DIAMONDS FINDS TWO LARGE ROCKS AT FLAGSHIP MINE IN LESOTHO

Africa focused Gem Diamonds has discovered two diamonds bigger than 100 carats at its Letšeng mine in Lesotho, which should help the company boost revenue and investors confidence.

Tuesday 6 June, 2017

KIMBERLEY DIAMONDS CLOSES ITS LAST MINE

Controversial Australia-based miner Kimberley Diamonds has put its last remaining diamond mine into administration after it failed to secure fresh funding.

Monday 5 June, 2017

DE BEERS GOES TO COURT OVER SOUTH AFRICA EXPORT LEVY

De Beers Consolidated Mines (DBCM) is reportedly appealing to the Pretoria High Court in South Africa to set aside a decision by the South African Minister of Minerals Mosebenzi Zwane requiring DBCM to pay a levy on diamonds exported from South Africa to Botswana for the purpose of aggregation.

Thursday 18 May, 2017

DE BEERS TAPS INTO POLISHED DIAMONDS MARKET WITH FIRST-TIME AUCTION

Anglo American’s De Beers, the world’s largest rough diamond producer by value, has decided to begin selling its own polished diamonds in auctions for the first time in its history.

Wednesday 17 May, 2017

SOTHEBY'S SELLS THE APOLLO AND ARTEMIS DIAMONDS FOR £44.9 MILLION