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Re-cutting for better profits

This last weekend we were asked to present a workshop of street-mined diamonds at the RJO Conference in St. Louis, MO. I had a great time meeting so many fine jewelers from all over the USA- and look forward to hopefully making my way to future RJO shows.            

Happy Canada Day!

O Canada! Our home and native land! True patriot love in all thy sons command. With glowing hearts we see thee rise, The True North strong and free! From far and wide, O Canada, we stand on guard for thee. God keep our land glorious and free! O Canada, we stand on guard for thee. […]


Conrad was only 19 years old when he started cutting and polishing diamonds in South Africa and since then has also cut diamonds in the USA before joining us here in Canada. Drawing his inspiration from the these enduring symbols of love, Conrad masterfully crafts rough diamond crystals into beautiful gems. Conrad’s a proficient website designer […]

Meet Your Cutter: Vanush

Vanush was 26 years old when he learnt to cut and polish in Armenia (then part of the former USSR).  Vanush chose diamond cutting an polishing as he views it as an art form- creating beautiful family heirlooms and memories that will last forever. In Canada since 2000- Vanush is a perfectionist and our fancy […]

Meet your Cutter: Ginaud

At the age of 19 Ginaud started cutting and polishing diamonds in Mauritius. A dedicated team player, Ginaud’s positive can-do attitude, courage and patience is reflected in his masterfully cut diamonds. He is very quick to admit that he’s still learning (aren’t we all)- and draws his inspiration from the brightness of each diamond. In […]

Meet Your Cutter: Gerard

Prompted by an interest in the art of finely cut diamonds, Gerard started cutting and polishing diamonds in Mauritius way back in 1982. Some 33 years later Gerard is still amazed by diamonds- and loves the final result of each an every diamonds he masterfully cuts. When he’s not at his bench, he loves goings […]

Meet the rest of your cutters!

Over the next couple of months, we will be profiling each of our master diamond cutters. Meet the rest of your cutters- Gerard, Ginaud, Conrad & Vanush (from l-r) Along with MB, our team of master diamond cutters committed to cutting the finest makes for our Customers. So watch this space. #KnowYourCutter #FixMyDiamond

What’s that noise?

I get that a lot. A couple of months ago we moved our office from the mezzanine in our retrofitted bank building to the atelier- well, sort of. We felt that we were too removed from the action, and that by joining our team of incredibly talented master diamond cutters in the atelier, I could […]

Old miner…

She’s a lady. This Old Miner has been through a lot in her time. Old miners are common in antique jewelry dating back to the 1830’s. In fact, many Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian style jewellery pieces feature this shape due to its popularity in 19th century jewelry design. The original old miner diamonds have a […]

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