2.20 carat diamond design earrings in white gold with eight prongs

¥ 94.160,00 (excl. VAT)

Description of the product:

  • Jafo collection
  • Article code: JA-GW-E2-0220R

Round diamond with certificate, 2 x 1.10 Ct, of high quality
(G colour, VS2 clarity, VG cut)
18 Kt white gold

Measurements:
Width: 9.00 mm
Weight/pair: 4.10 g
 

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The unusual story of De Beers Company controlling diamond prices

The unusual story of De Beers Company controlling diamond pricesHow Cecil Rhodes created a new business model It was an English man, Cecil Rhodes, who travelled to South Africa (SA) to make business as he heard of the diamond rush taking place there. He started by renting water pumps to the miners. But soon enough, Cecil Rhodes, who was a wealthy businessman, easily recognised the opportunity and started buying diamond fields, many of them. Including the field owned by two brothers named de Beer, which is where the idea came from, when he decided to create the De Beers Mining Company. Truth is, it was a common tendency in diamond mining to combine efforts and share infrastructures; especially when most claim holders were small. That is how Cecil Rhodes, over a short period of time, managed to own virtually all South African diamond mines, thus creating a monopoly on all production and distribution of diamonds in South Africa.