If you want to feel secure about the identity
of your diamond forever, we recommend having it laser inscribed with your unique
message and/or lab certificate number.
is the process that inscribes the girdle of the diamond (the middle area of the
stone) and it is done with a microscopic laser beam. The precise heat of a tiny
laser beam transforms a very thin layer (just a few atoms thick) of the diamond
from transparent carbon crystal (diamond) into opaque carbon (graphite).
Anything can be inscribed on the girdle, from an identification number
to a name or phrase. A trained jeweler, with the aid of the loupe (magnifying
glass) will be able to read the inscription. Usually, brand name diamonds will
carry their name or logo on the girdle. Most certified diamonds would be inscribed
with their certificate number. Laser inscription does not change the color grade
or clarity grade of a diamond.
The inscription is considered permanent
but, if needed, the inscription can be removed by a professional diamond cutter
without any change in the weight, appearance or size of your diamond.
On January 1, 2003 many countries around the world have 'Kimberley Process' established
by world governments and the diamond industry to eradicate the trade in conflict
diamonds. All the diamonds used in our engagement rings, earrings and jewelry
are purchased form legitimate sources in compliance with the United Nations resolution.
We do not and will not ever sell conflict