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We offer free no obligation virtual or in-person appointments at our showrooms in Leeds and Hessle near Hull.  At this appointment we can go through your ideas and help you to create the perfect piece of jewellery within a budget you are happy with.  

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Diamond Guides

There are many factors to consider when choosing a diamond engagement ring, here we'll cover the key points when it comes to selecting the perfect diamond.

Lab Grown Diamonds

Discover the difference between natural and lab grown diamonds, from origins and ethical considerations to diamond quality and value.

"As a small business, we pride ourselves on our ability to offer a personal service and attention to detail that cannot be matched by larger companies."

Shaun Bell
Founder & CEO

Wedding and Engagement Ring Consultations

For help, guidance or to create a unique and personal engagement ring, book a consultation or speak with our advisors

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Fun fact

What is the Largest Diamond ever found?

The largest diamond ever found on earth is the magnificent Cullinan Diamond. Discovered near Pretoria in South Africa in 1905, the diamond in its rough state weighed a staggering 3,106 carats. Furthermore, the Cullinan has an extraordinary blue-white colour and exceptional clarity. After its discovery, the Cullinan was sent to world leading diamond cutters of the time Asschers of Amsterdam where it was cut into 9 main diamonds named I to IX, and 97 small brilliant diamonds. The Cullinan I and II are incorporated in the King's Sceptre and Imperial State crown.
But, the biggest diamond ever found is around 900 light years away. According to the National Geographic, Astronomers have found an ancient white dwarf star that had cooled around 11 billion years ago and has since crystallised in to a massive diamond about the size of the Earth. Although it no longer emits light, its presence is detected through the way its gravity perturbs the pulses from a nearby pulsar.

Diamond Shapes

Uncover the secrets and stories behind each shape, helping you make informed choices and appreciate the beauty of diamonds like never before. Let's dive into the captivating world of diamond shapes together!

The 4Cs

No other consumer products undergo the same level of scrutiny as a diamond. The Gemological Institute of America (GIA) and the International Gemological Institute (IGI) use consistent and exacting standards to assess and certify the quality of a diamond.
The grading criteria that covers Carat, Cut, Colour, and Clarity, collectively known as 'the 4Cs' assist you in making an informed decision when selecting your gemstone.