RICHMOND, British Columbia – It’s a story that began in the UK.
It’s also a story in Australia.
Diamonds are becoming increasingly popular in the United States, but it’s not uncommon for diamonds to arrive in the U.S. by way of China, a major exporter of the precious metal.
Diamond supplies are being disrupted by the rapid expansion of the Chinese economy and a series of global price spikes that have seen the price of diamonds drop from their peak in 2012.
The supply chain for diamonds is the crucial part of a diamond jewelry ring.
And for the past decade, diamond supplies have been an integral part of the diamond ring.
In 2008, a team of British jewelers, led by jeweler James Green, were awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry.
The team’s research found that diamond-rich materials like sapphire, garnet and boron can be chemically combined to create diamonds that are harder than diamonds themselves.
This makes them ideal for use in jewelry and other products.
Diamond-rich minerals are found in rocks, sandstones, stalagmites and on minerals such as quartz and marble.
In 2010, the U