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|Forward dividend & yield||16.00 (2.73%)|
|Ex-dividend date||11 Mar 2022|
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Danish jewellery maker Pandora plans to expand its lab-made diamonds product range after customers said they liked the concept but wanted more choice, its boss said on Thursday. Pandora, the world's largest jewellery maker by production capacity, launched its lab-made diamonds collection in August across 269 stores in the United States and Canada as well as online after a smaller pilot launch in Britain in 2021. Chief Executive Alexander Lacik said the group currently offers a total of about 1,200 design variations (DVs), of which just 37 are lab-created diamond products.
Today Pandora announced a jewelry collection inspired by the late artist and activist Keith Haring, who was part of the legendary New York art scene during the 1980s. The 12-piece collection features Haring's colorful and symbolic works including the barking dog, angel baby and signature bold lines.
Pandora, the world's largest jewellery brand, announces today that Diamonds by Pandora is available in the U.S. and Canada. Featuring lab-created diamonds grown in the U.S. and crafted with 100% recycled silver and gold, the new collection combines design and sustainability and makes diamond jewellery – the epitome of luxury – accessible to more people.