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Start Your Story, Your Ring, Your Way

Selecting a jewellery is an intimate, inspiring and meaningful experience.

  1. 1. Discover your preferences.
  2. 2. Get the most out of your budget.
  3. 3. Understand the value of your diamond.

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What is the occasion?

Congratulations! To put a smile on someone special.

What matters you the most?

We help people to make informed decision in selecting the best diamond for the amount of money. A diamond's value is determined by the combination of 4Cs. The value of the setting's metal is determined by its gold purity, the gold purity is measured in karats and refers to the amount of pure gold present in the jewellery.


When is the date for getting ready?

It takes time to design the most extraordinary ring to reflect her. Whether you want to remodel old jewellery or create a brand new, personalised engagement ring, our experts will guide you throughout the whole process. We will help you select all characteristics and decide which engagement ring would best suit your budget and your other half.

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To schedule an appointment. We welcome visitors to our gallery and the gallery visits are by appointment only. We will be in touch very soon via email to assist you.

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Call our diamond specialists at +6012-205 3029 or Leave us your contact and we’ll walk you through the steps of your diamond engagement ring selection.

YOUR DIAMOND

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The 4Cs

Among the Cs which affected a diamond's value the most?

Which diamond shape fits her/him?

Diamonds come in a variety of shapes. Shape is one factor in a diamond's price. Some shapes are more difficult to produce than others. Part of the rough diamond is wasted when cutting and polishing diamond stones.

Select your diamond cut grade

Not to be confused with the shape of the diamond, Cut refers to the arrangement of a diamond's facets. Cut is the most important of the 4Cs because it defines the optimum combination of brilliance, scintillation and fire. This combination has the greatest effect on a diamond's beauty. Cut is the "C" determined by man. Each HOD diamond must achieve an excellent cut standard.

Select your diamond colour grade

A diamond's colour ranges from colourless - the rarest and most valuable - to various degrees of yellow, with a spectrum of shadings in between. Colour can be only be seen with proper lighting against a white background. HOD selects only diamonds from D to I colours as well as all fancy colours.

Select your diamond clarity grade

Clarity is the degree to which identifying characteristics known as inclusions are present in a diamond. A flawless diamond has no inclusions which are visible under 10-power magnification. HOD diamonds are available from flawless to VS2.

Select your diamond carat weight

This is the standard measurement for diamond sizes. The most obvious variable, it is the least important in determining the brilliance and beauty of a diamond. Carat is a measure of weight. One carat equals to 0.20 grams.

Do you prefer your diamond with fluorescence?

It is common of the diamonds submitted to GIA over the past decade, approximately 25% to 35% exhibit some degree of fluorescence. However, only 10% of those show strengths of fluorescence that may impact appearance (medium, strong or very strong). In more than 95% of the diamonds that exhibit fluorescence, the colour seen is blue.

Certification

All solitaire diamonds are issued with a certificate from the Gemological Institute of America (GIA), an independent, unbiased international organisation that sets the standard in the certificate of diamonds. The GIA guarantees the accuracy of the quality of the diamonds and grades them according to the 4Cs (Cut, Colour, Clarity, Cut).

YOUR STYLE

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Choosing the type of diamond ring

Choosing the ring head

The head is the primary object in engagement ring that holds in the diamond.

Choosing the ring shank

The shank is the part in the engagement ring that wraps around your finger on the bottom.

Choosing a diamond ring setting style

The two main parts of designing a ring are choosing the diamond and choosing the setting.

Do you know her/his ring size?

This ring sizer is a guide only - we will be happy to accurately measure your fingers and offer advice on the most suitable size for you at our gallery.

Which ring profiles should I choose?

There are a variety of classic wedding ring profiles to choose from, and in all honesty this factor is just as important as knowing your ring size. Finding the perfect wedding ring profile ensures maximum comfort. So what are these ring profiles?

Choosing a ring metal

Picking your ring metal is an extremely important factor when making your final choice, as it can not only influence the way it looks, but factors like price, maintenance and care.

Choose the type of finish

One of the ways to give rings a different appearance is to give them different finishes. This way the same ring style can have many different variations.

YOUR STORY

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After sales service

Over time, fine jewellery can become a treasured family heirloom if it is cared for properly.

The cleaning process

Cleaning of the piece of jewellery particularly its less accessible parts, by immersion in an ultrasonic tank filled with lukewarm soapy water. All jewellery creations maybe subjected to ultrasound treatment, except for those containing emeralds, pearls, and certain other gems that are considered too delicate.

The engraving process

The opportunities for engraving a permanent engraving options in the metal will depend on the available surface area on the jewel. Engraving is traditionally performed using a graver, a tool with which the engraver cuts into the metal. Most engravings are nowadays performed by laser since this technique offers a higher degree of accuracy.

The re-sizing process

For rings, the jeweller opens up the body of the ring using a miniature saw. He removes or adds a piece of metal, and then using tweezers, reassembles the two separated parts. In the case of a chain or a piece of jewellery with links, the adjustment is performed by removing or adding links before reassembling the piece.

The polishing process

Using brushes saturated with three different abrasive pastes, until a dazzling surface is obtained. To reinforce the whiteness and brilliance of white gold, it is sometimes covered with a fine layer of rhodium, a rare precious metal of the platinum family.

The soldering process

This involves fitting together two parts of a piece of metal that has been heated to a very high temperature using a blowtorch the jewel is then immersed in an acid bath so as to remove any trace of oxidation.

The resetting process

This extremely delicate stage sometimes involves rebuilding the prongs and the mounting so as to create a secure setting.

The reproduction process

This varies according to the nature of the piece of jewellery and how it was originally made. In order to reproduce the model of your piece of jewellery as faithfully as possible, jeweller will apply the following strict procedure. Find the original design of the model and corresponding mould, and then the different parts of the piece of jewellery will be assembled by soldering, later the stones will be set and the HOD stamping will be engraved.

YOUR LEGACY

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A diamond as an investment

Diamonds could soon become an investors' best friend. Jewellery a gift with intrinsic value.

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Contact us using the methods below to begin the process of creating your own jewellery. You can submit any images and ideas inspiring your design. Our jewellery experts will work with you to arrange a quote, considering any stones you may wish to include and the precious metal type.