• Source: De Beers analysis, McKinsey & Company, ‘Perspectives on the Diamond Industry’, September 2014
  • Note: Gulf includes Saudi Arabia, UAE, Qatar, Kuwait, Oman and Bahrain
  • Source: De Beers
  • Note: Gulf includes Saudi Arabia, UAE, Qatar, Kuwait, Oman and Bahrain
  • Source: De Beers

TYPE OF POLISHED DIAMOND SOLD IN MAIN DIAMOND JEWELLERY MARKETS, BY SIZE BAND

2013 polished diamonds in jewellery sales, per cent

  • Note: Large = 1+ carat, Medium = 0.18-0.99 carat, Small = <0.18 carat
  • Source: De Beers
  • Source: De Beers
  • i Signet Jewelers acquired Ultra in 2012, with stores now incorporated in Signet Jewelers’ (US) total
  • ii Signet Jewelers acquired Zale Corporation in 2014
  • Source: Company filings
  • Source: De Beers

PRE-PURCHASE TOUCH-POINTS FOR DJ ACQUIRERS IN THE UNITED STATES

Per cent of acquisitions in 2013

  • i Multiple responses allowed
  • ii Includes all forms of advertising for a piece of diamond jewellery or brand
  • iii Refers to DJ acquirers who selected ‘look in magazines to see the range of options’
  • Source: Dealogic
  • Source: De Beers estimates; ICE Benchmark Administration Limited (IBA) for Libor rates
  • Source: The World Bank; Kimberley Process Statistics; De Beers analysis
  • i Okavango Diamond Company sales are accounted for in the De Beers number as sales from DTC Botswana
  • ii Excludes sales of polished diamonds and sales of rough diamonds to Gokhran
  • iii Company Annual/Quarterly Reports
  • iv De Beers estimates
  • v Includes 40 per cent of Diavik production and 80 per cent of revenue from Ekati from April 2013
  • vi Company reports including Gem, Petra, Firestone, Lucara, Kimberley Diamonds, among others
  • Source: De Beers
  • Note: Prior to 2008, Russian industrial carats were excluded from the total. From 2008, they are included
  • Source: De Beers

ROUGH DIAMOND PRODUCTION BY MAIN PRODUCING COUNTRY

  • Source: De Beers estimates
  • Source: De Beers estimates, Kimberley Process Statistics
  • Source: De Beers estimates
  • Source: McKinsey & Company, ‘Perspectives on the Diamond Industry’, September 2014
  • i A company with adjusted annual nonferrous mining-related revenue of US$500m or more
  • ii A company whose principal means of financing exploration is through equity financing
  • iii Entities not included in the above categories
  • Source: SNL Metals & Mining’s Corporate Exploration Strategies 2013; includes grassroots, late stage, and mine site exploration expenditures
  • i Over US$20 billion reserves. 7 ‘Tier 1’ finds are: Jwaneng, Orapa, Udachny, Venetia, Catoca, Premier (now Cullinan), Mir
  • Source: De Beers
  • Note: Area of rectangles reflects approximate proportion of total market by value
  • Source: De Beers

BREAKDOWN OF WOMEN’S DIAMOND JEWELLERY SHARE BY SEGMENT IN THE UNITED STATES

Per cent (by pieces and value)

  • i In 2013, diamond wedding band (DWB) defined as ring with a setting of diamonds in a single row, all about the same size
  • Source: De Beers
  • Source: Mindshare
  • Source: Euromonitor
  • Source: De Beers
  • Source: De Beers
  • Source: De Beers
  • Note: The 2013 FX assumed is US$1 = RMB 6.1905. All prices rounded
  • Source: De Beers
  • Source: De Beers
  • i In real 2010 dollars; in 2010, US$1 = RMB 6.73
  • Source: De Beers
  • i De Beers estimate, numbers are approximate
  • Source: Public filings and De Beers analysis
  • Note: Area of rectangles reflects approximate proportion of total market by value
  • Source: De Beers
  • Source: De Beers
  • i From 2006 to 2012
  • ii From 2002 to 2011
  • Source: South Africa: Eskom, SAPIA, South Africa Department of Mineral Reserves; Botswana: Ministry of Minerals, Energy and Water Resources, Botswana department of statistics, press searches; Russia: Russian Statistics