Diamonds are a true symbol of love that has been a part of human culture since ancient times. A symbol of love, strength, commitment and power. The Diamond engagement ring is the ultimate symbol of love and is a timeless statement of commitment to each other. All diamonds are rare, the beautiful ones are unique. 

What Is Diamond Cut?

Diamond cut refers to the quality of the cutting technique, rather than the overall shape of a diamond. Cut is the most important consideration of any diamond as it's what creates the diamond sparkle. The proportion, symmetry and polish of the stone create the return of light. The more perfect the cut, the more sparkle you will see.

What is Diamond Carat?

The weight of a diamond is measured in Carats and is representative of the overall size of your diamond. The larger a diamond, the more rare it is and therefore more expensive. A 1ct diamond will cost more than double the price of a 0.50ct diamond of the same quality.

What is Diamond Colour?

The colour of a diamond is ranked on a scale from D (colourless) to Z (yellow/brown). D, E, F diamonds are considered colourless - and are extremely valuable and sought after. The better the diamond colour, the brighter and whiter your diamond will appear.

What is Diamond Clarity?

Diamond clarity measures the purity of the diamond. It grades the visible flaws and imperfections - or birthmarks of a diamond. These characteristics are graded by their visibility under 10-power magnification. A flawless diamond has no visible blemishes and as such is extremely rare and sought after.

What is Diamond Shape?

Diamond shapes are categorised into two groups - round or fancy shape diamonds. Fancy shape diamonds refer to any diamond that is not a round brilliant. The diamond shape you choose should reflect your unique style and personality.

Argyle Pink Diamonds

The discovery of the Argyle mine in the remote Kimberley region of Western Australia opened up the source of almost 90% of the world’s supply of pink diamonds. Their unique, deep, intense and vivid colour tones made them desirable to the international jewellers, collectors, investors and connoisseurs. It is of little surprise that terms such as “iconic”, “nature’s gift”, “magical” and “mystical” have been used in order to describe their appearance. Due to their rarity and escalating price over three decades, they have been referred to as the most concentrated form of wealth on earth. With the Argyle mine now closed and the fact that there is only a finite supply left in the market, the demand for these rare gems is likely to increase.

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