NEW YORK • Consumers want to know the origin of the things they buy, like the name of the farm that supplied their milk or the source of the feathers in a down jacket.
But when it comes to a diamond - quite likely one of the most expensive and emotional purchases a jewellery buyer will ever make - most know next to nothing about the source of the stone.
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