We have access to 1000's of diamonds in any shape, form, color or cut
We can beat any mall or internet jeweler in price and most important service.
If you are miltary and shopping the base shopping facility, we can beat their quality, service and experience.
Internet Diamond Shopping - have you seen something on the Internet, 90% of any internet diamonds listed belong to the same diamond exporters we do business with. Internet vendors do not own their inventory you are just seeing an inventory belonging to a wholesaler.
In many cases we can secure the very same diamond you are seeing on the internet for less and have it your hands for a no obligation review.
While every diamond is unique they share certain features that allow us to compare and evaluate them. Often referred to as the 4 C’s of diamonds, these comparison points are:
- Carat weight: One carat equals 0.2 grams. For diamonds under a carat, each carat is divided into 100 points. (i.e. 0.75ct. = 75 points and 1/2 ct. = 50 points)
- Clarity: The GIA Clarity Scale, which includes eleven clarity grades ranging from Flawless to I3, measures internal inclusions and external blemishes.
- Color: The GIA Color Scale extends from D(colorless) to Z (light yellow or brown). Each letter grade represents a range of color and is a measure of the degree of color within the diamond, all measured by comparing the diamond to a set of master stones.
- Cut: : A polished diamond's proportions affect the performance and interplay of light. Brightness is the combination of all white light reflecting from both the surface and interior of a diamond. Fire describes the color flashes that can be seen in a diamond. Scintillation is the sparkle of light you see and the overall pattern of bright and dark areas when you look at a diamond face-up. The design and craftsmanship of a diamond also affect its cut quality, and these factors are considered in determining a diamond's GIA Excellent-to-Poor Cut Grade.