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Why Certified Diamonds ?

You need a certificate for your diamond as it offers crucial information about its carat weight, cut quality, color grade, clarity, and more. Without a certificate, you won't be able to determine the exact details of the diamond you are buying. Furthermore, a certificate provides evidence of the diamond's characteristics.

What is a Diamond Laboratory Certificate?

A diamond laboratory certificate, often referred to as a grading report, represents a comprehensive assessment of your diamond conducted by a qualified professional using specialized gemological instruments. Moreover, Each stone possesses its distinct, identifiable attributes, which are documented on the certificate, ensuring that you have clear information about your purchase. Additionally, these certificates are necessary for insurance purposes since they specify the accurate replacement value in case of loss or theft.

We subject every diamond in our inventory that is over half a carat to examination and certification by an international gemstone laboratory. We collaborate exclusively with renowned and trustworthy laboratories, including GIA (Gemmological Institute of America), HRD (Antwerp High Diamond Council), and IGI (International Gemmological Institute - Dubai & Antwerp), which issue the certificates.

Natural diamonds

Natural diamonds are formed over millions of years by the pressure of the earth's crust, and humans mine, cut, and polish them. Diamonds, composed of billions of carbon atoms, are incredible natural marvels. Moreover, They have a distinct cubic crystal lattice structure, where each carbon atom forms strong bonds with four others. Consequently, diamonds are acknowledged as the hardest known natural substance.

Certified Diamonds: The Assurance of Quality

When it comes to diamonds, quality takes center stage. Our collection of certified diamonds ensures that you receive nothing but the best. Renowned gemological experts meticulously examine and grade every diamond, guaranteeing its authenticity, purity, and superior quality. With a certified diamond in your possession, you can cherish the confidence of owning a genuine masterpiece.

Before You Buy – The 4 C’s

Before making a purchase, it's essential for you to familiarize yourself with diamonds, ensuring that you have a clear understanding of what you're investing in. You might be familiar with the four C's - Cut, Clarity, Color, and Carat weight. However, we go one step further in your diamond buying experience. We provide total buyer confidence by offering internationally laboratory certified diamonds (for sizes half-carat and above). The four C's represent the criteria jewellers employ when grading diamonds, and understanding these factors will guide you in selecting the perfect diamond for your needs.

Carat Weight:

Carat is the unit of weight by which a diamond is measured. Because large diamonds are found less commonly than small diamonds, the price of a diamond rises exponentially to its size.

What Carat Weight Should I Choose?

First, determine your budget. This will help you decide on the type and size of the diamond. While there's a common guideline suggesting spending about two months' salary on a diamond engagement ring, it's essential to spend what you can comfortably afford. Be honest with your jeweler from the start to find the perfect diamond.

The quality of your jewelry is a balance between size, gem quality, and setting aesthetics. If you prefer larger jewelry items but have a budget to consider, you can still find a larger diamond of excellent quality by choosing one graded slightly lower in terms of color and clarity.

Remember that the appearance of the diamond can be influenced by the wearer's finger size. Slender fingers can make even a 1-carat diamond look proportionately large. Consider the setting that will hold the diamond, ensuring it's suitable for the carat weight. Larger stones require strong settings, and four or six-prong settings are ideal for securing solitaire diamonds.

Lastly, pay attention to the diamond's color. High-quality diamonds often show little to no visible color to the untrained eye.

  • Colour

    A colourless diamond, like a clear window, allows more light to pass through it than a coloured diamond and colourless diamonds emit more sparkle and fire. The formation process of a diamond ensures that only a few, rare diamonds are truly colourless. Thus the whiter a diamond’s colour, the greater its value. Remember, colour is a result of the composition of the diamond, and it never changes over time so choose your colour wisely as this is most likely going to be one of the most important jewellery purchases that you will ever make. Aim for the best colour that your budget will allow and your stone will shine forever.

    The professional colour scale begins with the highest rating of D for colourless, and travels down the alphabet to grade stones with traces of very faint or light yellowish or brownish colour.

    Which Colour Grade Should I Choose?
    Diamonds graded D through F are naturally the most valuable and desirable because of their rarity. Diamonds of this colour are wonderful, however, diamonds graded G through I show virtually no colour that is visible to the untrained eye.

  • Clarity

    Because of the incredible journey a diamond takes from its complex crystalline formation to the point at which the rough stone is mined, most diamonds contain some inner flaws or inclusions. The visibility, number, and size of these inclusions determine what is called the clarity of a diamond. Diamonds that are clear create more brilliance, and thus are more highly prized, and have a higher price. Jewellery quality diamonds have a clarity range:

  • Cut

    Cut is probably the most important, and most challenging, of the four Cs to understand. The brilliance of a diamond depends heavily on its cut, so you need to aim for “VG/VG” (Very Good) or better (Excellent) if possible. Good cuts can also offer great value, but your diamond professional can guide you on this at the time of purchase.

Certified Diamonds: Enduring Value and Investment

Invest in your future with certified diamonds, an enduring symbol of value and prestige. These precious gems retain their worth over time, making them an excellent investment choice. Whether you choose a solitaire, a halo setting, or a dazzling diamond ring, each piece holds the promise of both beauty and financial stability. Embrace the splendour of certified diamonds as a treasured asset that will be cherished for generations to come. Our diamond experts have dealt and sold exceptional diamonds to many clients across the globe.