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Diamond Jewelry Market Analysis- Industry Size, Share, Research Report, Insights, Covid-19 Impact, Statistics, Trends, Growth and Forecast 2022-2030

Published Date: August, 2022
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Report Description

Diamond Prices Rise at the End of the COVID-19 Outbreak

The coronavirus outbreak’s most notable effect was felt on the diamond market. Since the prices for diamonds have increased in the final stage of the COVID-19 epidemic, diamond firms have begun trading and mining activities due to a shift in customer perception of COVID-19. In this way, they have seen funding for health care within the communities around their mines in Russia as well as other regions around the globe.

Coronavirus vaccines that could be developed are being advertised and expected to bring back the diamond market. Important events like The India International Jewelry Show (IIJS) are scheduled to take place in April 2021. Businesses are stepping up efforts to keep operations running in mines by providing regular coronavirus screenings to their workers.

Branding Plays Major Role for Big, Small Business Owners

Branding is now a major aspect for both large and small-sized players in diamond jewelry. But it comes with high marketing costs, which impact the business of small-scale business owners because this expense reflects on the retailer and eventually the customer. Thus, small businesses that sell diamonds demonstrate superior value in their designs and products to compete with established brands and companies on the market.

Small-scale businesses are working to educate the public about cut and color, clarity, and carat weight. These are the same in every diamond, regardless of whether a brand-name company offers diamond jewelry. Even brands need to be aware of the statements made by their firm if consumers feel betrayed when the diamond they purchased from a brand does not keep its worth.

Innovative Designs, New Trends Boost Growth of Diamond Jewelry Market

Chain jewelry and hoop earrings are a new trend in diamond jewelry. The statement and colorful jewelry have been popular with customers during and after the COVID-19 lockdown. This provides many resellers the chance to grow their business using YouTube and other social media platforms. Creative designs and artistic jewelry are catching the eye of high-end buyers.

Rings entirely made of diamonds, novel methods of cutting diamonds, and research expenses to discover the origin of diamonds are an integral part of the firm’s marketing and business operations. For instance, the luxury jeweler Shawish from Switzerland has introduced its 150-carat diamond-based ring comprised of diamonds.

Cutting Robots Likely to Maximize Diamond Production Capacities

The market for diamond jewelry is expected to grow to total revenue of US$1 97 billion by the year 2030. The printing of jewelry in 3D is a rapidly expanding trend in the marketplace because of its benefit that it can be produced in large quantities. There is a deficiency of skilled craftsmen in 3D jewelry printing that can manually modify and refine designs.

Cutting-edge technologies, however, are witnessing the rise of robotics like Fenix that are used by Baunat, a Belgian brand that provides premium diamond jewelry that can cut any diamond. So, small and big players in the diamond jewelry industry seeking to take advantage of potential growth opportunities can invest in cutting machines that can cut diamonds beyond the reach of manual cut.

Synthetic Diamonds Pose Threat to Real Diamonds

Due to the shortage of real diamonds, synthetic diamonds are being viewed as a threat to selling genuine jewelry. Since synthetic diamonds cannot replace genuine diamonds, firms who sell diamonds profit from the fact that diamonds of real are scarce to obtain a higher cost for their products.

Alongside India, manufacturers are exploring mining opportunities in Africa, Australia, and Canada. Innovative designs in high-end jewelry like round-cut diamonds or sets of removable diamonds are catching the public’s attention. Artistic jewelry has become an ongoing trend in the market for diamond jewelry.

Diamond Jewelry Market: Overview

  • The diamond jewelry category is one form of jewelry that is considered to be luxurious. It is usually the combination of precious metals such as silver, gold, and platinum. Through the years, the design and style of diamond jewelry have changed across various parts of the globe. The design of diamond jewelry is determined by the local culture, consumer preferences, and technological advancements. In the past, natural diamonds were mostly included in diamond jewelry which is generally expensive and sought-after by the upper-income populace. However, the advent of lab-grown diamonds made it possible for jewelers to sell affordable diamond jewelry to the middle-class population.
  • The 4 Cs of diamonds determine the quality and beauty of diamond jewelry. These comprise clarity, the carat weight, color, and the cut or shape. The most common shapes in diamond rings and earrings are round, oval princess, pear, and heart. The 4 Cs are all considered when determining the price to sell diamond-based jewelry. Regarding value, the industry of diamond jewelry is expected to grow at a CAGR of approximately 3% between 2020-2030.

Preference for Diamond Jewelry to Celebrate Special Occasions: A Key Driver of Diamond Jewelry Market

  • The rapid growth of the middle-class population and changing consumer preferences towards fashion and clothes, are predicted to increase jewelry sales with diamonds over the forecast timeframe.
  • The young generation that is fashion conscious is investing more and more in brand accessories and jewelry and is always looking for new options for their products. In advanced countries like the U.S. and the U.K., diamond rings are popular as wedding and engagement rings. Diamonds cut in ovals and set-in platinum rings have become among the main developments in the U.S. market.
  • Leading brands operating in the world of diamonds offer a broad selection of diamond-based jewelry for special occasions, such as Valentine’s Day, wedding anniversaries, or birthdays. Additionally, today’s consumers are inclined to purchase jewels made of diamonds as a unique present for their loved people. Events in the family, such as promotions, mothers’ day, and academic achievements, are typically celebrated with diamond jewelry in the developed world. In emerging economies, the demand for diamonds is expected to increase at weddings and festivals.

Diamond Jewelry Market: Key Market Trends

  • In recent years, the demand for custom diamond jewelry has risen substantially, as customers want their designs to be included in the style of engagement and wedding rings. Gold and platinum are two of the most commonly used settings for diamonds, and the demand for platinum is predicted to increase substantially shortly.
  • Companies are investing heavily in R&D to develop exclusive diamond jewelry designs under various brands. Companies are collaborating with celebrities with a wide-ranging profile for brand recognition. Collaborations with international laboratories and strict compliance with the standards established by international regulatory organizations like GIA (Gemological Institute of America) and AGS (American Gem Society) are the most prominent development in the world diamond jewelry business.

High Cost and Demand for Diamond Certifications

  • Diamonds are a crucial component of diamond jewelry. They make up a large portion of the total cost of jewelry. Most diamond jewelry on the market is created using natural or mined diamonds. Natural diamonds are expensive and raise the price of diamond jewelry. Furthermore, better consumer knowledge is crucial to ensure transparency in the financial market.
  • For amateur consumers, variation in diamond jewelry prices is often baffling. This is because of the variations in the prices of identical-sized diamonds. This is why diamond certificates are crucial for jewelers to provide the public with transparency in their finances and assurance of the quality of their products. The market is increasingly demanding diamond certificates from accredited and certified certification laboratories. Diamond certificates confirm that the diamonds used in jewelry are authentic and by the specifications set by associations and industry authorities.
Diamond Jewelry Market  Report Scope and Segmentation 
 
ATTRIBUTESDETAILS
ESTIMATED YEAR2022
BASE YEAR2021
FORECAST YEAR2030
HISTORICAL YEAR2017-2021
UNITValue (USD Million/Billion)
BY REGIONNorth America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, Middle East and Africa

Diamond Jewelry Market Segmentation

MWR’s report on the diamond jewelry market contains information divided into six sections: product kind, product type, consumer segment, grade distribution channel, and region. The changing trends in the industry and other vital market dynamics about these segments that comprise the diamond market are examined in depth.

Product Type
  • Neckwear/Necklace
  • Earrings
  • Rings
  • Bangles/Bracelets
  • Pendants
  • Others (Nose Pins, etc.)
Product Category
  • Daily Wear
  • Work Wear
  • Party & Festive Wear
Clarity Grade
  • Flawless (FL)
  • Internally Flawless (IF)
  • Very, Very Slightly Included (VVS1 and VVS2)
  • Very Slightly Included (VS1 and VS2)
  • Slightly Included (SI1 and SI2)
  • Included (I1, I2, and I3)
Consumer Group
  • Men
  • Women
  • Kids
Distribution Channel
  • Online
  • Offline

Regional Analysis

  • North America
    • US
    • Canada
    • Mexico
  • Europe
    • Germany
    • Italy
    • France
    • UK
    • Spain
    • Poland
    • Russia
    • The Netherlands
    • Norway
    • Czech Republic
    • Rest of Europe
  • Asia Pacific
    • China
    • Japan
    • India
    • South Korea
    • Indonesia
    • Malaysia
    • Thailand
    • Singapore
    • Australia & New Zealand
    • Rest of Asia Pacific
  • South America
    • Brazil
    • Argentina
    • Colombia
    • Rest of South America
  • The Middle East & Africa
    • Saudi Arabia
    • UAE
    • South Africa
    • Northern Africa
    • Rest of MEA

Diamond Jewelry Market: Competition Landscape

  • The report offers comprehensive descriptions of the diamond jewelry companies to analyze their financial performance, the most important products, the latest developments and strategies
  • Principal players operating in the international diamond jewelry market
    • Harry Winston
    • Cartier, Tiffany & Co.
    • De Beers
    • Blue Nile Inc.
    • Chopard
    • Zales
    • Tacori, Inc
    • Buccellati
    • James Allen
    • BVLGARI
    • Tanishq Limited
    • Malabar Gold & Diamonds
    • Palmiero Carlo S.r.l.
    • GRAFF

Diamond Jewelry Market: Key Developments

  • Companies operating in the world marketplace for diamonds and jewelry are investing in cutting-edge technology, such as computer-aided design (Computer-aided design) software, 3D printers, lasers, and so on. to introduce a brand-new line of exquisite and lightweight diamond jewelry with different brands. Some major brands choose laboratory-grown diamonds instead of natural diamonds for jewelry manufacturing to create affordable selections of diamond necklaces and rings.
  • In addition, companies are focusing on strategic collaborations, new products, and the expansion of physical stores to draw new customers. The most significant trends in the global market for diamonds are highlighted below:
    • In October 2020, Blue Nile Inc. inaugurated a brand-new showroom in Park Meadows in Lone Tree, Colorado, near Denver. Blue Nile Inc. opened two additional showrooms in November 2020. it is located in Fashion Island in Irvine, California, and Oakbrook Center in Oakbrook, Illinois, near Chicago. The jewelry retailer intends to expand its business by opening 50 shops across the U.S. over the next three years. The opening of showrooms has led to an increase in the business.
    • In November 2020, Zales partnered with Vera Wang, the American fashion designer company, to develop an exclusive line of bridal jewelry made from diamonds. Its Vera Wang styles (bridal collection) have been introduced in Zales stores across the U.S. and Puerto Rico. The company focuses on coordinating various styles of diamonds for weddings with the bridal apparel section.
    • In October 2020, Blue Nile Inc. announced a partnership with Lightbox, The innovative lab-grown diamond jewelry manufacturer. The company unveiled an exclusive collection of fashion jewelry with Lightbox Lab-grown diamonds on their website. They were increasing the number of lab-created diamonds in the company’s range of products.
    • For The year 2000, Harry Winston, Inc. launched the Harry Winston 2020 Novelties collection of timepieces with unique features such as 36mm in diameter, 18k white gold that has diamonds of 199, and water-resistant up to 100 meters. The collection reflected a distinct style and trend in addition to the current collection of products.
  • The diamond jewelry market report also focuses on the product portfolio and the most important business strategies used by diamond jewelry firms. In addition, the Competition Landscape section has also been included to give readers an overview of the competitive landscape and a market share analysis for the key companies operating within the global diamond marketplace.

Table of Contents

Section 1.

1.1. Market Definition and Scope

1.2. Market Segmentation

1.3. Key Research Objectives

1.4. Research Highlights

Section 2. Assumptions

Section 3. Research Methodology

Section 4. Executive Summary

Section 5. Market Overview

5.1. Introduction

5.2. Market Dynamics

5.2.1. Drivers

5.2.2. Restraints

5.2.3. Opportunities

5.3. Key Trends Analysis

5.3.1. Demand Side Analysis

5.3.2. Supply Side Analysis

5.4. Key Market Indicators

5.4.1. Overall Jewelry Market

5.5. Porters Five Forces Analysis

5.6. Value Chain Analysis

5.7. Industry SWOT Analysis

5.8. Technology Overview

5.9. Standards and Regulations

5.10. COVID-19 Impact Analysis

5.11. Global Diamond Jewelry Market Analysis and Forecast, 2018 – 2030

5.11.1. Market Value Projections (US$ Mn)

5.11.2. Market Volume Projections (000′ Units)

Section 6. Global Diamond Jewelry Market Analysis and Forecast, By Product Type

6.1. Global Diamond Jewelry Market Size (US$ Mn and 000′ Units) Forecast, By Product Type, 2018 – 2030

6.1.1. Neckwear/Necklace

6.1.2. Earrings

6.1.3. Rings

6.1.4. Bangles/Bracelets

6.1.5. Pendants

6.1.6. Others

6.2. Incremental Opportunity, By Product Type

Section 7. Global Diamond Jewelry Market Analysis and Forecast, By Product Category

7.1. Global Diamond Jewelry Market Size (US$ Mn and 000′ Units) Forecast, By Product Category, 2018 – 2030

7.1.1. Daily Wear

7.1.2. Work Wear

7.1.3. Party & Festive Wear

7.2. Incremental Opportunity, By Product Category

Section 8. Global Diamond Jewelry Market Analysis and Forecast, By Clarity Grade

8.1. Global Diamond Jewelry Market Size (US$ Mn and 000′ Units) Forecast, By Clarity Grade, 2018 – 2030

8.1.1. Flawless (FL)

8.1.2. Internally Flawless (IF)

8.1.3. Very, Very Slightly Included (VVS1 and VVS2)

8.1.4. Very Slightly Included (VS1 and VS2)

8.1.5. Slightly Included (SI1 and SI2)

8.1.6. Included (I1, I2, and I3)

8.2. Incremental Opportunity, By Clarity Grade

Section 9. Global Diamond Jewelry Market Analysis and Forecast, By Consumer Group

9.1. Global Diamond Jewelry Market Size (US$ Mn and 000′ Units) Forecast, By Consumer Group, 2018 – 2030

9.1.1. Men

9.1.2. Women

9.1.3. Children

9.2. Incremental Opportunity, By Consumer Group

Section 10. Global Diamond Jewelry Market Analysis and Forecast, By Distribution Channel

10.1. Global Diamond Jewelry Market Size (US$ Mn and 000′ Units) Forecast, By Distribution Channel, 2018 – 2030

10.1.1. Online

10.1.1.1. E-Commerce Websites

10.1.1.2. Company-Owned Websites

10.1.2. Offline

10.1.2.1. Specialty Stores

10.1.2.2. Departmental Stores

10.1.2.3. Independent Retailers

10.2. Incremental Opportunity, By Distribution Channel

Section 11. Global Diamond Jewelry Market Analysis and Forecast, Region

11.1. Global Diamond Jewelry Market Size (US$ Mn and 000′ Units) Forecast, By Region, 2018 – 2030

11.1.1. North America

11.1.2. Europe

11.1.3. Asia Pacific

11.1.4. Middle East & Africa

11.1.5. South America

11.2. Incremental Opportunity, By Region

Section 12. North America Diamond Jewelry Market Analysis and Forecast

12.1. Regional Snapshot

12.2. Demographic Overview

12.3. Brand Analysis

12.4. Consumer Buying Behavior Analysis

12.4.1. Spending Capacity

12.4.2. Preferred Product Type

12.4.3. Preferred Mode of Buying

12.5. Price Trend Analysis

12.5.1. Weighted Average Price

12.6. Diamond Jewelry Market Size (US$ Mn and 000′ Units) Forecast, By Product Type, 2018 – 2030

12.6.1. Neckwear/Necklace

12.6.2. Earrings

12.6.3. Rings

12.6.4. Bangles/Bracelets

12.6.5. Pendants

12.6.6. Others

12.7. Diamond Jewelry Market Size (US$ Mn and 000′ Units) Forecast, By Product Category, 2018 – 2030

12.7.1. Daily Wear

12.7.2. Work Wear

12.7.3. Party & Festive Wear

12.8. Diamond Jewelry Market Size (US$ Mn and 000′ Units) Forecast, By Clarity Grade, 2018 – 2030

12.8.1. Flawless (FL)

12.8.2. Internally Flawless (IF)

12.8.3. Very, Very Slightly Included (VVS1 and VVS2)

12.8.4. Very Slightly Included (VS1 and VS2)

12.8.5. Slightly Included (SI1 and SI2)

12.8.6. Included (I1, I2, and I3)

12.9. Diamond Jewelry Market Size (US$ Mn and 000′ Units) Forecast, By Consumer Group, 2018 – 2030

12.9.1. Men

12.9.2. Women

12.9.3. Children

12.10. Diamond Jewelry Market Size (US$ Mn and 000′ Units) Forecast, By Distribution Channel, 2018 – 2030

12.10.1. Online

12.10.1.1. E-Commerce Websites

12.10.1.2. Company-Owned Websites

12.10.2. Offline

12.10.2.1. Specialty Stores

12.10.2.2. Departmental Stores

12.10.2.3. Independent Retailers

12.11. Diamond Jewelry Market Size (US$ Mn and 000′ Units) Forecast, By Country & Sub-region, 2018 – 2030

12.11.1. The U.S.

12.11.2. Canada

12.11.3. Rest of North America

12.12. Incremental Opportunity Analysis

Section 13. Europe Diamond Jewelry Market Analysis and Forecast

13.1. Regional Snapshot

13.2. Demographic Overview

13.3. Brand Analysis

13.4. Consumer Buying Behavior Analysis

13.4.1. Spending Capacity

13.4.2. Preferred Product Type

13.4.3. Preferred Mode of Buying

13.5. Price Trend Analysis

13.5.1. Weighted Average Price

13.6. Diamond Jewelry Market Size (US$ Mn and 000′ Units) Forecast, By Product Type, 2018 – 2030

13.6.1. Neckwear/Necklace

13.6.2. Earrings

13.6.3. Rings

13.6.4. Bangles/Bracelets

13.6.5. Pendants

13.6.6. Others

13.7. Diamond Jewelry Market Size (US$ Mn and 000′ Units) Forecast, By Product Category, 2018 – 2030

13.7.1. Daily Wear

13.7.2. Work Wear

13.7.3. Party & Festive Wear

13.8. Diamond Jewelry Market Size (US$ Mn and 000′ Units) Forecast, By Clarity Grade, 2018 – 2030

13.8.1. Flawless (FL)

13.8.2. Internally Flawless (IF)

13.8.3. Very, Very Slightly Included (VVS1 and VVS2)

13.8.4. Very Slightly Included (VS1 and VS2)

13.8.5. Slightly Included (SI1 and SI2)

13.8.6. Included (I1, I2, and I3)

13.9. Diamond Jewelry Market Size (US$ Mn and 000′ Units) Forecast, By Consumer Group, 2018 – 2030

13.9.1. Men

13.9.2. Women

13.9.3. Children

13.10. Diamond Jewelry Market Size (US$ Mn and 000′ Units) Forecast, By Distribution Channel, 2018 – 2030

13.10.1. Online

13.10.1.1. E-Commerce Websites

13.10.1.2. Company-Owned Websites

13.10.2. Offline

13.10.2.1. Specialty Stores

13.10.2.2. Departmental Stores

13.10.2.3. Independent Retailers

13.11. Diamond Jewelry Market Size (US$ Mn and 000′ Units) Forecast, By Country & Sub-region, 2018 – 2030

13.11.1. The U.K.

13.11.2. Germany

13.11.3. France

13.11.4. Rest of Europe

13.12. Incremental Opportunity Analysis

Section 14. Asia Pacific Diamond Jewelry Market Analysis and Forecast

14.1. Regional Snapshot

14.2. Demographic Overview

14.3. Brand Analysis

14.4. Consumer Buying Behavior Analysis

14.4.1. Spending Capacity

14.4.2. Preferred Product Type

14.4.3. Preferred Mode of Buying

14.5. Price Trend Analysis

14.5.1. Weighted Average Price

14.6. Diamond Jewelry Market Size (US$ Mn and 000′ Units) Forecast, By Product Type, 2018 – 2030

14.6.1. Neckwear/Necklace

14.6.2. Earrings

14.6.3. Rings

14.6.4. Bangles/Bracelets

14.6.5. Pendants

14.6.6. Others

14.7. Diamond Jewelry Market Size (US$ Mn and 000′ Units) Forecast, By Product Category, 2018 – 2030

14.7.1. Daily Wear

14.7.2. Work Wear

14.7.3. Party & Festive Wear

14.8. Diamond Jewelry Market Size (US$ Mn and 000′ Units) Forecast, By Clarity Grade, 2018 – 2030

14.8.1. Flawless (FL)

14.8.2. Internally Flawless (IF)

14.8.3. Very, Very Slightly Included (VVS1 and VVS2)

14.8.4. Very Slightly Included (VS1 and VS2)

14.8.5. Slightly Included (SI1 and SI2)

14.8.6. Included (I1, I2, and I3)

14.9. Diamond Jewelry Market Size (US$ Mn and 000′ Units) Forecast, By Consumer Group, 2018 – 2030

14.9.1. Men

14.9.2. Women

14.9.3. Children

14.10. Diamond Jewelry Market Size (US$ Mn and 000′ Units) Forecast, By Distribution Channel, 2018 – 2030

14.10.1. Online

14.10.1.1. E-Commerce Websites

14.10.1.2. Company-Owned Websites

14.10.2. Offline

14.10.2.1. Specialty Stores

14.10.2.2. Departmental Stores

14.10.2.3. Independent Retailers

14.11. Diamond Jewelry Market Size (US$ Mn and 000′ Units) Forecast, By Country & Sub-region, 2018 – 2030

14.11.1. China

14.11.2. India

14.11.3. Japan

14.11.4. Rest of Asia Pacific

14.12. Incremental Opportunity Analysis

Section 15. Middle East & Africa Diamond Jewelry Market Analysis and Forecast

15.1. Regional Snapshot

15.2. Demographic Overview

15.3. Brand Analysis

15.4. Consumer Buying Behavior Analysis

15.4.1. Spending Capacity

15.4.2. Preferred Product Type

15.4.3. Preferred Mode of Buying

15.5. Price Trend Analysis

15.5.1. Weighted Average Price

15.6. Diamond Jewelry Market Size (US$ Mn and 000′ Units) Forecast, By Product Type, 2018 – 2030

15.6.1. Neckwear/Necklace

15.6.2. Earrings

15.6.3. Rings

15.6.4. Bangles/Bracelets

15.6.5. Pendants

15.6.6. Others

15.7. Diamond Jewelry Market Size (US$ Mn and 000′ Units) Forecast, By Product Category, 2018 – 2030

15.7.1. Daily Wear

15.7.2. Work Wear

15.7.3. Party & Festive Wear

15.8. Diamond Jewelry Market Size (US$ Mn and 000′ Units) Forecast, By Clarity Grade, 2018 – 2030

15.8.1. Flawless (FL)

15.8.2. Internally Flawless (IF)

15.8.3. Very, Very Slightly Included (VVS1 and VVS2)

15.8.4. Very Slightly Included (VS1 and VS2)

15.8.5. Slightly Included (SI1 and SI2)

15.8.6. Included (I1, I2, and I3)

15.9. Diamond Jewelry Market Size (US$ Mn and 000′ Units) Forecast, By Consumer Group, 2018 – 2030

15.9.1. Men

15.9.2. Women

15.9.3. Children

15.10. Diamond Jewelry Market Size (US$ Mn and 000′ Units) Forecast, By Distribution Channel, 2018 – 2030

15.10.1. Online

15.10.1.1. E-Commerce Websites

15.10.1.2. Company-Owned Websites

15.10.2. Offline

15.10.2.1. Specialty Stores

15.10.2.2. Departmental Stores

15.10.2.3. Independent Retailers

15.11. Diamond Jewelry Market Size (US$ Mn and 000′ Units) Forecast, By Country & Sub-region, 2018 – 2030

15.11.1. GCC

15.11.2. South Africa

15.11.3. Rest of Middle East & Africa

15.12. Incremental Opportunity Analysis

Section 16. South America Diamond Jewelry Market Analysis and Forecast

16.1. Regional Snapshot

16.2. Demographic Overview

16.3. Brand Analysis

16.4. Consumer Buying Behavior Analysis

16.4.1. Spending Capacity

16.4.2. Preferred Product Type

16.4.3. Preferred Mode of Buying

16.5. Price Trend Analysis

16.5.1. Weighted Average Price

16.6. Diamond Jewelry Market Size (US$ Mn and 000′ Units) Forecast, By Product Type, 2018 – 2030

16.6.1. Neckwear/Necklace

16.6.2. Earrings

16.6.3. Rings

16.6.4. Bangles/Bracelets

16.6.5. Pendants

16.6.6. Others

16.7. Diamond Jewelry Market Size (US$ Mn and 000′ Units) Forecast, By Product Category, 2018 – 2030

16.7.1. Daily Wear

16.7.2. Work Wear

16.7.3. Party & Festive Wear

16.8. Diamond Jewelry Market Size (US$ Mn and 000′ Units) Forecast, By Clarity Grade, 2018 – 2030

16.8.1. Flawless (FL)

16.8.2. Internally Flawless (IF)

16.8.3. Very, Very Slightly Included (VVS1 and VVS2)

16.8.4. Very Slightly Included (VS1 and VS2)

16.8.5. Slightly Included (SI1 and SI2)

16.8.6. Included (I1, I2, and I3)

16.9. Diamond Jewelry Market Size (US$ Mn and 000′ Units) Forecast, By Consumer Group, 2018 – 2030

16.9.1. Men

16.9.2. Women

16.9.3. Children

16.10. Diamond Jewelry Market Size (US$ Mn and 000′ Units) Forecast, By Distribution Channel, 2018 – 2030

16.10.1. Online

16.10.1.1. E-Commerce Websites

16.10.1.2. Company-Owned Websites

16.10.2. Offline

16.10.2.1. Specialty Stores

16.10.2.2. Departmental Stores

16.10.2.3. Independent Retailers

16.11. Diamond Jewelry Market Size (US$ Mn and 000′ Units) Forecast, By Country & Sub-region, 2018 – 2030

16.11.1. Brazil

16.11.2. Rest of South America

16.12. Incremental Opportunity Analysis

Section 17. Competition Landscape

17.1. Market Player Competition Dashboard

17.2. Market Share Analysis-2019 (%)

17.3. Company Profiles (Details Company Overview, Sales Area/Geographical Presence, Financial/Revenue, Strategy & Business Overview, Sales Channel Analysis, Product Portfolio)

17.3.1. Harry Winston

17.3.1.1. Company Overview

17.3.1.2. Sales Area/Geographical Presence

17.3.1.3. Financial/Revenue

17.3.1.4. Strategy & Business Overview

17.3.1.5. Sales Channel Analysis

17.3.1.6. Product Portfolio

17.3.2. Cartier

17.3.2.1. Company Overview

17.3.2.2. Sales Area/Geographical Presence

17.3.2.3. Financial/Revenue

17.3.2.4. Strategy & Business Overview

17.3.2.5. Sales Channel Analysis

17.3.2.6. Product Portfolio

17.3.3. Tiffany & Co.

17.3.3.1. Company Overview

17.3.3.2. Sales Area/Geographical Presence

17.3.3.3. Financial/Revenue

17.3.3.4. Strategy & Business Overview

17.3.3.5. Sales Channel Analysis

17.3.3.6. Product Portfolio

17.3.4. De Beers

17.3.4.1. Company Overview

17.3.4.2. Sales Area/Geographical Presence

17.3.4.3. Financial/Revenue

17.3.4.4. Strategy & Business Overview

17.3.4.5. Sales Channel Analysis

17.3.4.6. Product Portfolio

17.3.5. Blue Nile Inc.

17.3.5.1. Company Overview

17.3.5.2. Sales Area/Geographical Presence

17.3.5.3. Financial/Revenue

17.3.5.4. Strategy & Business Overview

17.3.5.5. Sales Channel Analysis

17.3.5.6. Product Portfolio

17.3.6. Chopard

17.3.6.1. Company Overview

17.3.6.2. Sales Area/Geographical Presence

17.3.6.3. Financial/Revenue

17.3.6.4. Strategy & Business Overview

17.3.6.5. Sales Channel Analysis

17.3.6.6. Product Portfolio

17.3.7. Zales

17.3.7.1. Company Overview

17.3.7.2. Sales Area/Geographical Presence

17.3.7.3. Financial/Revenue

17.3.7.4. Strategy & Business Overview

17.3.7.5. Sales Channel Analysis

17.3.7.6. Product Portfolio

17.3.8. Tacori, Inc

17.3.8.1. Company Overview

17.3.8.2. Sales Area/Geographical Presence

17.3.8.3. Financial/Revenue

17.3.8.4. Strategy & Business Overview

17.3.8.5. Sales Channel Analysis

17.3.8.6. Product Portfolio

17.3.9. Buccellati

17.3.9.1. Company Overview

17.3.9.2. Sales Area/Geographical Presence

17.3.9.3. Financial/Revenue

17.3.9.4. Strategy & Business Overview

17.3.9.5. Sales Channel Analysis

17.3.9.6. Product Portfolio

17.3.10. James Allen

17.3.10.1. Company Overview

17.3.10.2. Sales Area/Geographical Presence

17.3.10.3. Financial/Revenue

17.3.10.4. Strategy & Business Overview

17.3.10.5. Sales Channel Analysis

17.3.10.6. Product Portfolio

17.3.11. BVLGARI

17.3.11.1. Company Overview

17.3.11.2. Sales Area/Geographical Presence

17.3.11.3. Financial/Revenue

17.3.11.4. Strategy & Business Overview

17.3.11.5. Sales Channel Analysis

17.3.11.6. Product Portfolio

17.3.12. Tanishq Limited

17.3.12.1. Company Overview

17.3.12.2. Sales Area/Geographical Presence

17.3.12.3. Financial/Revenue

17.3.12.4. Strategy & Business Overview

17.3.12.5. Sales Channel Analysis

17.3.12.6. Product Portfolio

17.3.13. Malabar Gold & Diamonds

17.3.13.1. Company Overview

17.3.13.2. Sales Area/Geographical Presence

17.3.13.3. Financial/Revenue

17.3.13.4. Strategy & Business Overview

17.3.13.5. Sales Channel Analysis

17.3.13.6. Product Portfolio

17.3.14. Palmiero Carlo S.r.l.

17.3.14.1. Company Overview

17.3.14.2. Sales Area/Geographical Presence

17.3.14.3. Financial/Revenue

17.3.14.4. Strategy & Business Overview

17.3.14.5. Sales Channel Analysis

17.3.14.6. Product Portfolio

17.3.15. GRAFF

17.3.15.1. Company Overview

17.3.15.2. Sales Area/Geographical Presence

17.3.15.3. Financial/Revenue

17.3.15.4. Strategy & Business Overview

17.3.15.5. Sales Channel Analysis

17.3.15.6. Product Portfolio

Section 18. Key Takeaway

18.1. Identification of Potential Market Spaces

18.1.1. Product Type

18.1.2. Product Category

18.1.3. Clarity Grade

18.1.4. Consumer Group

18.1.5. Distribution Channel

18.1.6. Geography

18.2. Understanding the Buying Process of the Customers

18.2.1. Preferred Product Type

18.2.2. Preferred Product Category

18.2.3. Preferred Distribution Channel

18.3. Preferred Sales & Marketing Strategy

List of Tables

Table 1: Global Diamond Jewelry, Volume Size and Forecast, By Product Type, Thousand Units, 2018 – 2030

Table 2: Global Diamond Jewelry, Value Size and Forecast, By Product Type, US$ Million, 2018 – 2030

Table 3: Global Diamond Jewelry, Volume Size and Forecast, By Product Category, Thousand Units, 2018 – 2030

Table 4: Global Diamond Jewelry, Value Size and Forecast, By Product Category, US$ Million, 2018 – 2030

Table 5: Global Diamond Jewelry, Volume Size and Forecast, By Clarity Grade, Thousand Units, 2018 – 2030

 

Segmentation

Product Type
  • Neckwear/Necklace
  • Earrings
  • Rings
  • Bangles/Bracelets
  • Pendants
  • Others (Nose Pins, etc.)
Product Category
  • Daily Wear
  • Work Wear
  • Party & Festive Wear
Clarity Grade
  • Flawless (FL)
  • Internally Flawless (IF)
  • Very, Very Slightly Included (VVS1 and VVS2)
  • Very Slightly Included (VS1 and VS2)
  • Slightly Included (SI1 and SI2)
  • Included (I1, I2, and I3)
Consumer Group
  • Men
  • Women
  • Kids
Distribution Channel
  • Online
  • Offline

Major Companies

  • Harry Winston
  • Cartier, Tiffany & Co.
  • De Beers
  • Blue Nile Inc.
  • Chopard
  • Zales
  • Tacori, Inc
  • Buccellati
  • James Allen
  • BVLGARI
  • Tanishq Limited
  • Malabar Gold & Diamonds
  • Palmiero Carlo S.r.l.
  • GRAFF

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