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Diamonds are rare treasure conceived on Earth but crafted by the Gods,
from the heavens above;

It’s journey begins billions years ago, where they were formed on the Earth’s mantle,
under extreme heat and pressure conditions, a nature resource but a quite rare one.

This unique type of crystal is testament beyond compare that intrigues a
senseof endless fascination.

        Diamonds are a classic symbol of luxury and status, and have been captioning
the grace and attention from the societies around the world for many centurie
by having a very high refractive index the light refracts and disperse creating undeniable and very special “ light-show” to the eyes.

For the reasons of being eternal due to their physical properties,
being a rare resource and of course for they undeniable eye-catching beauty, they turn out to be the ultimate symbol of commitment and infinite worth.

The diamond, a celestial captive of the Earth’s embrace,
weaves an ethereal dance with unseen forces. Adorning its possessor, it becomes a conduit for arcane energies, elevating the wearer’s frequency creating a resonance that adheres to the sacred laws.

In the ethereal realm of ancient gods, where mortals sought divine favor, diamonds with its shimmering allure, becomes an emblem
of personal expression. 

As whispered by ancient deities,
the essence of
“Golden threads weave tales of mortal dreams”

an ancient voice might proclaim diamonds emerges as offers to Gods,
forging a sacred bond between timeless pursuit of beauty,
in the eyes of both gods and mortals.

T H E 

The Journey

The journey begins with a deep understanding of diamonds' chemical properties and

how they were formed over millions of years.
A Diamond is a physical structure formed by the chemical element Carbon (C).

Where each atom is bond in a tetrahedral arrangement, giving a very strong and

rigid three-dimensional structure, which turn to be the hardness structure we find in the nature.

This mineral were natural subjected to high temperatures and pressure under the Earth’s mantle, as the magma cools and turns into a solid state, they form igneous rocks and are known as kimberlite.These rocks act as a natural pipe that transports diamonds
from the mantle to the Earth’s surface.


Over time, the diamond fragments are washed away by rivers and streams, eventually depositing them in alluvial deposits like riverbeds, gravel bars, and ocean floors.

We then embark on the process of finding the finest mineral reserves and extracting the rough stones.

Utilizing cutting-edge scanning technology, we carefully analyze each stone before the cutting process begins.

The skilled craftsmen work tirelessly to bring out the brilliance and beauty of each diamond.


Finally, our diamonds undergo a rigorous grading process to ensure that only the highest quality stones make it into our collection.


D I A M O N D 


Discover and understand the most important characteristics,

and the various factors that affect their quality and value.

The 4Cs of diamond grading: carat weight, color, clarity, and cut.

The 4 C’s

Further More:


The term Carat is the most famous and commonly feature used to describe a diamond,
it’s a unit of measurement used to describe the weight of the gem.

In general most people think the term carat is only related to the size dimension of the stone, but that’s quite not right.

1 Carat equals 0.20 grams or 0.007 ounces.

Each particular gemstone will present a different and specific gravity (density relative to water), the weigh may be slightly less or more than the other.


Clarity is another factor that will be used to describe the imperfections of a diamond in a range scale.
These imperfections are referred to as inclusions and blemishes,
and can be within or in their surface of the diamond.

The higher the clarity grade, the more valuable the diamond is considered, as it is more rare to find a diamond with fewer or no inclusions.

However, it's important to note that the location, size, and type of inclusions can also affect the diamond's value, as some inclusions may be more noticeable or affect the diamond's structural integrity more than others.



Diamonds are classified based on their color using a scale that ranges from D (colorless) to
Z (light yellow or brown).

The color of a diamond is determined by the amount of yellow or brown tint present in the stone. The less color a diamond has, the more valuable it is considered. This is because colorless diamonds allow more light to pass through,
which creates a greater sparkle and brilliance.

Diamonds in the D-F range are considered colorless and are the most valuable. Those in the G-J range are considered near colorless, and may appear slightly yellow or brown when viewed from certain angles. Diamonds in the K-M range have a noticeable yellow or brown tint, while those in the N-Z range have a more pronounced yellow or brown color.
It’s important to note that some diamonds may have other colors, such as pink, blue, or green. These diamonds are referred to as “fancy colored diamonds”
and are graded on a separate color scale.



The cut of a diamond is a factor that will affect the brilliance overall.

Graded on a scale from excellent to poor, the right proportions, symmetry, and angles can optimize
the amount of light that enters and exits the stone, resulting in an incredible display of fire,
brilliance and scintillation.

The diamond's light performance will affect overall it’s beauty, desire and value,
so it's important to consider this factor when selecting a diamond.

Grossi Jewelry Cuts
Grossi Jewelry Cut Grading

S H A P E 

The shape of the gemstone will be follow a particular way of it,
giving it a particular format  as we know as shape.

In case of a Diamond, to achieve the more refractive and light performance
it's used the well known round Brilliant shape, with 64 facets,
it’s the most used shape due the fact that is the one the maximize the diamond refraction.

But there’s a range type of different shapes, each own following a particular set of proportions,
angles, and facets that make them stand out and appeal to different tastes.



 The fluorescence is a feature we can’t observe in the naked eye and on a first sight, 
but that doesn’t  mean it’s not there.
It refers to the ability to emit a visible light when exposed to ultraviolet (UV) light.

Following another grade scale, it will range from none, to very strong.
In general is neither good or bad for the visible appearance, however some people can use as a strategy,
once it can make a diamond look whiter or brighter in natural daylight,
and they can often be more affordable than diamonds without fluorescence.

Additionally a strong fluorescence may appear hazy or milky in certain lighting conditions.
It's important to examine it in various lighting conditions
to determine whether you like the effect or not.

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