Diamonds are a girls best friend…

This mythical stone, a gift from mother earth as men have admired for so very long.
Diamonds are made of pure carbon, crystallized under high pressure and heat far below our feet for several million years ago. It then created the world’s hardest natural material, but despite this, one can cleave or injure a diamond.
When you first find them they’re gray and dull and mostly resemble pebbles. Through grinding and polishing we are able to discover the diamond’s brilliance that is given by nature.

The quality and thus the price is determined and based on four C, which stands for cut, color, clarity and carat.

The diamond’s proportions and symmetry are the factors that are most important for the stone’s brilliance. Brilliance is the play of light that occurs as a result of internal reflection in the diamond. The most common cut is called the brilliant cut with 57 facets.
The grinding is graded Very Good , Good , Medium good and Bad.
Usually there is not grinding with as a reference when you buy a diamond, it is a skill you have to trust that the vendor master and can differentiate. When purchasing a diamond from us that are over 0.30 ct, we select carefully selected stones for best grinding, so that the proportions give utmost brilliance.

Diamonds occur in all shades. The most used in jewelry are usually white. But many colors can fetch much higher prices than equivalent whites. For example are naturally colored intense pink or blue diamonds in fine quality, which can be very expensive.

It is also possible to change the color of a diamond, either in order to make a white or tinted diamond even whiter, or to give a diamond color. Diamonds can occur naturally in many colors, yellow, pink, blue, brown, green and red. These are known as fancy diamonds.
Those that are a little yellowish or brown, so called coffee diamonds are cheaper than them more coveted white.

The colors are defined in:
River DE Very rare white
Top Wesselton FG Rare white
Wesselton H White
Top Crystal In Very lightly tinted white
Crystal J Slightly tinted white
Top Cape KL Gradient White
Cape MN Light yellowish
Yellow SZ yellow- brownish

All stones are small particles or inclusions as it is called. It’s small, small fragments of natural minerals. To determine the judgment requires a lens of ten magnifications. The fewer the inclusions there are, the finer and purer the stone is.
IF         Internally flawless                  Luppren , free of inclusions
VVS     Very, very small inclusions     Very, very small inclusions
VS       Very small inclusions              Very small inclusions
SI         Small inclusions                     Small inclusions
Pique    Pique                                     Obvious inclusions visible to the naked eye

All gemstones weight are measured in carats. One carat equals 0.2 grams.

It is not so simple to examine a diamond’s authenticity. Nowadays there are a large amount of imitations. There are also a lot of engineered stones, which has improved the stone’s quality. One can, for example, laser drill out any impurities and fill with synthetic pulp, which is very difficult to detect. When processing (such composure of stone) , it can get so bad that you accidentally press right on the synthetic mass which then has another density, which makes the stone look cracked out . Therefore, we will judge case by case basis if we can accommodate the customer’s stones.

All our diamonds are included in something called Kimberley process, the judgment is no conflict or blood stones.
All dealers in the ranks guarantees, the derive of the stones.

When you buy a diamond from us that is over 0.30 ct you will always receive a certificate from GIA or HRD from us. They have all the information of the stone. Often there is a number laser engraved on these stones also mentioned on the certificate, so they are not mixed.