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Dhamani Selected to Receive Argyle Pink Diamonds

Jan 11, 2017 6:59 AM   By Rapaport News
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RAPAPORT... Rio Tinto named Dubai-based jeweler Dhamani to its exclusive list of ‘select ateliers’ for Argyle pink diamonds, granting it access to the miner’s supply of rare stones.

The move came as Dhamani launched its new line of pink-diamond jewelry, the DPINK Collection, in Dubai on Tuesday. It will mostly comprise diamonds from Rio Tinto's Argyle mine in Australia, with some stones sourced from other suppliers. ‘Select ateliers’ are companies that Rio Tinto has entrusted with retailing Argyle pink diamonds not sold through Rio Tinto’s main annual tender.

Dhamani, founded in 1969, is a second-generation family business with several boutiques in Dubai and one in Oman.

“Dhamani is an exciting Middle East luxury jeweler with over four decades of heritage and superb craftsmanship,” said Josephine Johnson, manager of Argyle Pink Diamonds. “The DPINK Collection is a glittering tribute to the beauty of Argyle’s pink diamonds and a powerful statement of Dhamani’s world-class luxury.”
Tags: Argyle, Argyle Pink Diamonds, Dhamani, DPINK, Dubai, Josephine Johnson, middle east, Pink diamonds, Rapaport News, Rio Tinto
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