Browse our extensive back catalogue of previous commissions for inspiration.
Does your taste border on the unusual and unique? Are you having trouble finding just the right piece to add to your precious diamond collection? Or is the person you are shopping for extremely hard to please? If you answered yes to any of the above questions, then you might want to consider designer diamonds and jewellery.
When it comes to the design of diamonds, there are four important categories that make each different from the other: the diamond’s cut, clarity, colour, and carat weight. When browsing through previous commissions for inspiration or when brainstorming for ideas, it is good to get a basic knowledge of these categories.
Diamond cut is perhaps the most important; it refers to the diamond’s reflective qualities. A good diamond cut lends a diamond its brilliance, while a poor cut will fail to mesmerize. There are several grades that help determine the cut of a particular diamond, and you will do well to get familiar with them. A diamond’s clarity refers to the presence of identifying characteristics on (blemishes) and within (inclusions) the diamond. Most diamonds have flaws, but the fewer there are on a particular stone, the greater its value. Diamond colour speaks about the presence or absence of colour in white diamonds. Colourless diamonds, allowing more light to pass through stones, give off more sparkle. Whiter diamonds are more valuable. Lastly, carat weight points to the weight of a diamond. One carat is equivalent to 200 milligrams.
The creative possibilities of diamond jewellery are endless! Not only is there an abundance ofjewelleryitems to choose from (rings, bracelets, earrings, necklaces, and many more), there are also different characteristics (colour, setting, styles, number of stones, and others) that would make each a one-of-a-kind piece. Let your imagination set the limits!
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