OUR TOP FIVE BRANDS FOR DIAMOND JEWELLERY
Stuck for where to start with diamond jewellery? Allow us to introduce some trusted names…
Founded by Laurence Graff, these are a top London jeweller, renowned for big, bold diamonds.
Some notable diamonds by Graff include the Graff Sweethearts and the Peacock Brooch. This modest little number is 120.81 carats and comes in over 10 cm in height!
At its centre is a blue diamond of 20 carats, cut into a pear shape. If you want it, it will set you back a cool $100 million!
Kwait offer a more modernist, clean look and will appeal to the lovers of art deco design. This style may suit the sophisticate who likes the classy look, but wants to keep it uncluttered.
If you like your diamonds with a touch of colour, then Lugano may be your style icons.
They are a Californian based jewellers and specialise in mixing vibrant diamonds with interesting materials, such as ivory. The colourful stones are juxta positioned with other precious stones such as sapphires and pearls.
Founded in 1974, Lugano are an international firm, who have premises in the Newport Beach region of California.
These are a beautiful, modern and sleek brand, who combine timeless style, with a sense of being right up to the minute.
The French jewellers are a trusted name in all types of jewellery, particularly watch making. But they are also a reliable brand of diamond jewellery too.
Cartier are famous, of course, for supplying celebrities and film stars with epoch making jewellery. But they can also supply the modern girl, on the lookout for a once in a lifetime purchase. If you like the classic look, but would prefer it to shout a little more loudly, Cartier may be for you.
All Cartier diamonds come with the guarantee of the four Cs, cut, clarity, carat and colour.
These are a classic assortment of, usually cluster cut, diamonds which have been stunning people with money, since they first opened in 1930s New York!
Harry Winston are a good choice for engagement rings especially.
Known as the King of the Diamonds, these arrangements are at once graceful and creative in their approach to the differing shapes and colours.
Harry Winston is also well known for supplying jewellery to the stars and many of their pieces have been featured in Hollywood films over the ages.
One of them, a 726 carat rough diamond known as ‘The Jonker’ even had its own short film made about it, back in 1936!