As experts in all things diamonds, we understand that the terminology and information can often be confusing for most people. In this section, we answer all the questions our customers have asked – from defining terminology to giving tips on how to take care of your jewelry, this section will have it.
(Taken from Society’s Choice Magazine) Laurence Graff, Master Jeweler Celebrity hairdresser Harold Leighton pinned the last curl to the crown of the models head as the photographer snapped the first image. The mode...Read more
Designed in the 1950s to make the diamond industry more lucrative, the process of creating high-pressure high-temperature (HPHT) diamonds is actually having a negative impact on today’s industry. HPHT diamonds are less e...Read more
When you’re planning your own wedding, it’s easy to think that you can handle everything by yourself. That may be true, but mistakes are inevitable for even the most meticulous of human beings. Photo from Terry Smith We ...Read more
Selecting the ideal diamond or piece of jewelry can be a daunting task, and a dishonest jeweler may take advantage of an unknowing customer. Over the years, many false facts and rumors have been shared by local jewelers ...Read more
Both the Princess and the Radiant are beautiful diamond cuts, especially for engagement rings. Some would even say they are very much alike given their squarish shapes. If you’re trying to decide which of the two best su...Read more