What is a Conflict-Free Diamond?
Conflict-free diamonds refer to diamonds that are mined legitimately and ethically, in areas of the world that are free from violence and civil wars associated with or funded by the sale of diamonds.
The Kimberley Process Certification Scheme came into effect in year 2000 to stem the flow of rough diamonds used by rebel movements in Africa to finance wars against legitimate governments.
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We are committed to sourcing conflict-free diamonds from legitimate diamond sources who share our ethics and zero-tolerance policy towards conflict diamonds.
At our diamond facility, we cut, polish, and repair diamonds using the latest technology and equipment. Our technical skills and expertise as well as our commitment to quality are evident in all our products. We guaranty the highest standards of products and services.
Are you interested in custom-cut diamonds for your jewelry? Do you want to repair your chipped diamond ring or perhaps re-cut your grandmother's century-old diamond to a modern era cut? Call and schedule an appointment to visit us at our Toronto office.
We also sell diamonds and custom made jewellery and pride ourselves on being able to have access to the best diamonds in the industry to ensure the most stable of operations. All our diamonds are certified by the Gemological Institute of America (GIA) New York or by Gem Scan Laboratories (Toronto).
Round Brilliant Cut
Round brilliant cut diamonds are the most popular diamond shape and cut. Their timeless beauty makes them an ideal option for jewellery – from diamond engagement rings to diamond earrings, bracelets and pendants.
What are the different shapes of diamonds? Here, you are sure to find a diamond shape that suits your taste and style.
Exceptionally rare, natural fancy coloured diamonds of all colours can be found in nature – from red (the most rare and valuable) to pink, blue, green, orange, green, yellow and brown.
The 4 C's of a Diamond
Clarity characteristics are classified as inclusions or blemishes. Clarity is the degree to which a diamond is free of blemishes or inclusions.
Grading color is deciding how closely a diamond bodycolor approaches colorless: the less colour the higher the grade, and the value. Fancy colors are graded by tone and saturation: the brighter the color and purer the color, the higher the value.
Proportions and finish of polished diamonds are cut and make. Cut is the human contribution to a diamond's beauty. Cut could also be the shape of the stone. Cut affects the optical properties of the stone.
Metric carat is the standard unit of weight for diamond.
0.2 gram = 1 carat. Weight is measured to a thousandth of a carat and rounded to the nearest hundredth (or point). A point is a hundredth of a carat.