Roskin Gem News Report

Financial Times
Maria Doulton | SEPTEMBER 1 2022

Gemstone availability starts to dictate high-end jewellery designs

Creativity behind this year’s launches is influenced by global supply chain constraints

The number of global jewellery events that took place over the summer was the strongest indicator that the industry is returning to its pre-pandemic rhythm. However, for many jewellers, gems that featured in this year’s high-end pieces had been sourced long before the outbreak of Covid-19.

These gems came from consignments bought before the imposition of lockdowns, or from existing stock stowed for years in the safes of jewellery houses. But, even for jewellers with ample reserves, the pandemic highlighted the precarious nature of the supply chains for colour gemstones.

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