Israel Diamond Exchange offers range of diamond business events in March, more than 100 Israeli firms confirm participation in U.S. Diamond Week

More than 100 Israeli diamond companies have already signed up to display and sell goods at the “U.S. Diamond Week” to be held from March 17 to 20 at the Israel Diamond Exchange (IDE). The event, which will take place on the trading floor of the IDE, one of the most active in the global diamond trade, is one of several taking place next month aimed at providing a range of business opportunities for IDE members who will welcome buyers from across the world. 

“The March 17-20 buyers’ week is open to accredited diamond dealers from all over the world,” emphasized IDE President Yair Sahar. He noted that more than 100 Israeli diamond firms have already signed up to display and sell goods at the event, with many more expected to do so in the coming weeks.

Buyers will be offered complimentary hotel accommodation at the Leonardo Hotel, located opposite the Ramat Gan diamond exchange complex. “The complimentary hotel accommodation is being provided courtesy of the Israel Diamond Institute (IDI),” Sahar noted. “The IDI and its chairman Moti Ganz have time and again shown just how deeply the IDI is committed to creating interest in and demand for Israel’s diamond industry, and this is another wonderful example,” he added.

Meanwhile, the list of additional sales events to take place during March continues to grow. Archos, the Israeli subsidiary of Russia’s Alrosa, will hold a tender of diamonds of 10.8 carats and larger. Meanwhile, De Beers’ rough diamond-auction unit, Diamdel, will hold two auctions, one for rough diamonds larger than five carats, and one for rough of 2.5 to four carats.

I. Hennig & Co. Ltd. and Fusion Alternatives Tenders will hold a joint rough diamond tender, while eDiamond, a firm that tenders rough diamonds produced in Africa and Australia, will stage an onlin e tender. In addition, the Rapaport group will hold a polished diamond auction, and Tzoffey’s 1818 will stage an exclusive auction for special loose diamonds and extraordinary diamond jewelry pieces.


(Written by Pauline of

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