We are here to help and educate you before and after your diamond purchase.
From a .10th of a carat and up, every diamond is important!
(Color, Clarity, Carat, & Cut)
All have to do with the unique character, beauty and price of the diamond. Unfortunately, we cannot have every diamond, so if there is a certain diamond that you are looking for please contact us today! We will be glad to call around to all of our diamond vendors and get you the best price we can. Below are some of the diamonds we have in stock.
Color- Degree of yellow or brown.On the scale D being colorless and Z being yellow. Most of our diamonds are G to J in the Near colorless range.
Clarity- Size, nature, location and the amount of inclusions in the diamond. The range F (flawless) to I3 (included)
Cut- This is how the diamond is cut to give the sparkle & flashes of color. Not necessaily the shape. For example if a dimond is an ideal cut, Hearts & Arrows or Sarin.
Carat- The size or weight of the diamond.
Are you interested in more fancy cut Diamonds?
Check these out!
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Replete with timeless elegance and Art-Deco cool, the Asscher cut is a rectangular shape similar to the more well-known emerald cut, with prismatic brilliance, tremendous lustre and a fascinating optical illusion known as the “Hall of Mirrors” effect
Speaking volumes of vintage glamour and old world charm, and favoured by such style icons as Grace Kelly and Jackie O, the emerald cut was one of the first cuts to be used in jewellery design, and with its broad flat plane highlights the clarity and natural crystalline growth of a diamond to unparalleled measure
A square- or rectangular-shaped hybrid cut that combines the brilliance and depth of the round, emerald and princess cuts, the radiant is the most brilliant of all the squared shapes making it both a beautiful and dramatic choice
Infamously given to Elizabeth Taylor by two-time-husband Richard Burton, the pear, or teardrop as it is sometimes called, is a unique and feminine shape with one rounded and one pointed end that makes for a delicate and stunning choice
As its name suggests, the cushion cut is a square or rectangular shape with rounded corners, resembling a pillow shape. One of the rarer and more unique choices, the cushion cut’s large facets allow for great light dispersion, giving birth to a much larger range of spectral colours and making for a highly scintillating stone
Somewhere in between the round brilliant and the pear shape, the oval cut is the perfect choice if you’re wishing to savour the sparkle of the round brilliant in a slightly rarer and more elongated form
Ever the romantic choice, this rare and symbolic cut is the ideal way to wear your heart on your finger, not your sleeve, and there is surely no better way to be in love and in style all at once
Though most often used for a side or accent stone, with its stunning brilliance and fire, this triangular cut could make for a bold and dramatic solitaire, and has been increasingly appreciated for its impressive effect as a center stone
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List of In Stock Diamonds
*Subject to change daily
Hearts & Arrows: H&A
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