The Best of Diamonds

We only work with GIA certified diamonds from the top 12 classifications.

Such diamonds are extremely rare.

D, FL, Excellent Cut
E, FL, Excellent Cut
F, FL, Excellent Cut

D, IF, Excellent Cut
E, IF, Excellent Cut
F, IF, Excellent Cut

D, VVS1, Excellent Cut
E, VVS1, Excellent Cut
F, VVS1, Excellent Cut

D, VVS2, Excellent Cut
E, VVS2, Excellent Cut
F, VVS2, Excellent Cut

Based on GIA International Standards.

Colour: there are 23 different colour grades: D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y and Z grade
Clarity: there are 11 different clarity grades: FL, IF, VVS1, VVS2, VS1, VS2, SI1, SI2, I1, I2 and I3 grade
Cut: there are 5 different cut grade: Excellent, Very Good, Good, Fair and Poor grade.

There are 23x11x5=1265 different possible grades of natural diamonds to choose from.
We only use diamonds from the best 12 classifications, or 12 out of 1265 = 0.94%, the top 1% of all Natural Diamonds available.

We are also able to source any specific shapes specific to your design: Round, Oval, Cushion, Marquise, Pear, Half Moon, Princess, Square Cushion, Asscher, Radiant, Emerald, Triangle, Straight Trillion, Curved Trillion, Calf and Calf Shape.

GIA (USA) Certification

Established in 1931, GIA is the world's largest and most respected non-profit institute of gemological research and learning. GIA discovers (through GIA Research), imparts (through GIA Education), and applies (through the GIA laboratory and GIA Instruments) gemological knowledge to the public. With 1,200 employees, the Institute's scientists, diamond graders, and educators are regarded as the world's foremost authorities in gemology.

Understanding 4Cs

This basic knowledge will not only unlock the mystery of a diamond's quality, it will help you understand a diamond's value and price.


Colour is determined by the normal, the hue, the tone, the saturation and the depth of the diamond. Details will be discussed in the consultation session.

The Master stone test is another benchmark to establish a diamond's colour from (D, E, F) colourless to (Z) light yellow.

In additional the presence of fluorescence reflection reduces the value of a diamond.

The best colour graded by GIA (USA) International Grading Standards, is

D-colour (D) with no fluorescence.


Clarity is determined by the size, the number, the position, the nature and the relief of the inclusions.

Blemishes affect the top two clarity grades (FL, IF) while inclusions affect all grades.

A diamond plot is used to understand a diamond's clarity.

Even insignificantly small inclusions and blemishes can have a large influence on the value of a diamond.

The best clarity graded by GIA (USA) International Grading Standards, is

Flawless (FL)


Cut is determined by the ability to reflect light. This is influenced by the cut grade (measurements, proportion, facet angles), and finish (polish, symmetry).

Variations in cut are based on the proportions of girdle outline, table size, crown angle, girdle thickness, pavilion depth percentage, culet size, and length-to-width ratio.

The best cut allows the maximum amount of light to enter and reflect.

The best cut graded by GIA (USA) International Grading Standards is  

'Triple Excellent' (Cut Polish and  Symmetry)


Carat is determined by the actual weight of the diamond. The international unit of measurement for gemstone weight is carat.

1.0 carat equal to 0.2 grams. The price of a gem is calculated on per-carat basis, as the industry's practice.

The price of a diamond is determined by not only its weight, but also its colour, clarity and cut.