We aim to cut the finest diamonds to the highest cut grades- whilst pushing the boundaries of diamond design for optimal light performance. We cut for the “Yes I do!”, for the “WOW!”, for the “OMG!”, for “that’s incredible!”, for “thank you!”… We cut diamonds for you.
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Considering diamond restoration?

As much as we’d like to, we accept the fact that not all diamonds are ideal candidates- and very often, we fight to maintain certain thresholds (depending on investment, design or sentimental value), whilst also aiming for the highest possible cut grade. Sentimental value always dictates the cutter’s direction. With family heirlooms, we’re not only Read more...

Diamond and Gem Restoration

Ever wondered what to do with all your chipped princesses- or that ruby you need to have re-polished? Any damaged diamonds or gem stones that you have no idea what to do with? Have you been stockpiling parcels of melee that you want to have re-cut? How about those really dead, badly cut or misgraded Read more...

Gem Diamonds’ two 160 ct + find

Gem Diamonds today  announced the recovery of two 160+-carat diamonds from the Letšeng mine in Lesotho at the end of January. The miner said the two rough diamonds – a 162.06-carat type II stone and a 161.74-carat type I diamond – are each expected to achieve top prices at Letšeng’s February tender. Both diamonds were Read more...

$79.5 billion in 2013

Total fine jewelry and watch sales in the U.S. market rose to a record $79.5 billion in 2013, an increase of 7.8 percent over 2012 levels, according to preliminary data just released from the U.S. Department of Commerce. Fine jewelry sales, excluding watches, were $70.0 billion in 2013, a gain of 7.6 percent over 2012. Read more...

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