ROUGH TO POLISH
Each rough diamond is carefully studied (1) and eventually marked (2) for sawing (3).
Two diamonds are set onto axles spinning in opposite directions which grind against each other for rounding their shapes (4).
Polishing or faceting:
This is the last proces and consists of polishing facets onto the diamond (5).
The name diamond is derived from the ancient Greek “adamas” meaning unbreakable, untamed and unconquerable. Diamonds have been treasured as gemstones ever since they were discovered.
In today’s modern age, the mere mention of the word “diamond” continues to evoke images of elegance, style and glamour. Diamond glitters, sparkles and dazzles. It symbolizes purity and strength.
A diamond is perfectly suited for daily wear because of its resistance to scratching – perhaps contributing to its popularity as the preferred gem in engagement or wedding rings.
Diamonds are exceptional and distinctive. No two diamonds are alike. Yet all diamonds have certain features in common that allow experts to compare and evaluate them.
They are the diamond’s 4C’s:
Carat, Color, Clarity and Cut
Gemologists use state-of-the-art equipment in order to accurately assess the diamonds 4C’s and all other relevant characteristics. Each diamond is scientifically analyzed in order to identify synthetics, simulants and possible treatments.