All of the diamonds below are representative of the current market. Majority are not in stock, but can be requested.


While we feel that cut is the most important attribute to consider when choosing a diamond, subtle differences in color can dramatically affect a diamond’s value. Think of adding a drop of champagne in a glass of water!


Carat weight is used to determine the size of the diamond. One carat equals 200 milligrams in weight. 


Cut is the most important aspect when looking at a diamond. The sparkle and brightness of a diamond is determined by the cut. The cut of a diamond determines the brightness, fire, and scintillation. 


Surprisingly, clarity is another secondary factor when looking for the perfect diamond. The GIA clarity scale includes 11 clarity grades ranging from Flawless to I2. 


Symmetry refers to how well-aligned the diamond’s facets are. Uneven pavilion facets can cause the culet to be skewed, resulting in poor symmetry and less sparkle. 


A polished diamond’s beauty lies in its complex relationship with light.