Our experts acquire rough diamonds from Russia, Belgium, Africa, Brazil and Israel, and our cutting operations are located in Israel and New York. Our specialties include: certificate and non-certificate diamonds between 1 and 100 carats as well as certificate natural fancy colors between 1 and 100 carats.
Diamonds are traded globally, with each market demanding different qualities and characteristics. Demands are constantly changing, but certain qualities, shapes, and sizes of stones are continuously sought after for investment value and marketability.
Fancy Color Diamonds are unique treasures. Their pure saturation of unique color make them highly sought after; the kaleidoscope of natural elements blended during formation create rare pieces of art in nature.
The most important aspect of fancy color diamonds is their saturation and hue of color. Each combination of color is unique, which contributes to the diamond’s marketability and desirability. Pure fancy color diamonds – especially those that are blue, pink, red, green, orange, or purple – are very rare and are treasured among collectors and connoisseurs. The price of a fancy colored diamond can be more than ten times greater than its equivalent in a white diamond.
The largest supply is the white diamond market, ranging from D-Z Colors.
The key to buying diamonds is to consider the four C’s – cut, color, clarity & carat.