Rough Diamond Purchase
We purchase our rough diamonds from Australia and Belgium. All imports of rough diamonds are legally by a Kimberley Process certificate.
After the purchase of the rough diamond, we sorting each and every diamond by its cut, carat, color, and clarity.
The Galaxy® 1000 is the world-leading product for the fully automated detection and mapping of internal features in rough diamonds. The Galaxy 1000 can scan most rough diamonds and accurately maps all the inclusions in the diamond regardless of their type, size, and location..
Plotting ( Sarin )
A plotting diagram is a map of a diamond's clarity characteristics. ... It documents the diamond's present condition, supports the diamond's clarity grade, and because no two diamonds will have the same diagram, it serves as a means of identification..
Laser ( Cutting )
Through the laser cutting tool, we harvest our diamonds without any thermal damage. First, The rough diamond is measured and an AI-assisted planning process then guides the user for optimal yield from the diamond. Then, it obtains a clear picture regarding the weight, shape, and clarity of the proposed polished diamond.
Making Design ( Shaping )
After successfully cutting, the process of shaping a rough diamond into a finished gemstone. The choice of cut is often decided by the original shape of the rough stone. our manufacturing unit arrange the diamonds in proper shapes.
Since the inception of our organization, optimum quality has been the prime and the main concern for us. In order to ensure their optimum quality and flawlessness, we thoroughly check our product range on various industry parameters at every level of production
Cleanliness significantly affects a diamond's beauty. A clean diamond is more brilliant and fiery than the same diamond when it is "dirty". Dirt or grease on the top of a diamond reduces its luster. Therefore, we clean our stones well so that there is no dust in them.
When our diamonds are ready with the perfect shape, we get a clear check done before their sale, where they are given a certificate based on cut, clarity, color, and carat.