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October 20, 2003

Gemesis founder, General Carter Clarke to speak at Rapaport Conference

Brigadier General Carter Clarke has been invited to speak at the Inaugral Rapaport International Diamond Conference.


The founder of the Gemesis Corporation, Retired Brigadier General Carter Clarke, will be a featured speaker today at the Inaugural Rapaport International Diamond Conference. The conference is billed as the most comprehensive diamond industry conference of the year and will take place at New York's Palace Hotel. Clarke will give a presentation on how Gemesis Cultured Diamonds are making fancy colored diamonds accessible to a much broader range of consumers, as well as bringing new sales opportunities to retail jewelers.
Clarke's inclusion as a key speaker signals the growing interest in and acceptance of laboratory-created diamonds by key industry influencers. "If we position synthetic diamonds as a legitimate differentiated product category, they will be beneficial to consumers and possibly benefit the natural diamond industry as they inspire demand for natural diamonds," says Martin Rapaport, CEO of the Rapaport Group, a leading international diamond and jewelry organization and the founder and publisher of the Rapaport Diamond Report, the primary source of diamond price and market information for the diamond trade.

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Where may I purchase a set of Gemesis 2K earrings? Is it possible to get in an Aussscher cut? Please let me know. Thank you for your time.

Posted by: Nina on May 13, 2004 12:27 AM

I read about the diamonds in Sept 03 Wired. Is it possible to buy them and how much are they per carat?

Posted by: Woody C. on May 14, 2004 07:08 PM

I would like some information on animal cremation remains (ashes) being used to produce a diamond, which was publicised recently. Could you possibly let me have any information regarding this process.
Kind Regards
Ron W Manning

Posted by: Ron W Manning on May 25, 2004 12:07 PM

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