The carat weight

The carat is a unit of weight. It originates from the orient, where, in ancient times people used carob seeds to weigh precious stones.

The pear diamond is in the shape of a tear. It is frequently used for diamond earrings and diamond pendants.

The diamond is composed of between 99.95% and 99.98% carbon, the only jewel composed of a single element, carbon, which is the basis of life on earth.

India was the official supplier of the diamond from antiquity up until the 18th century. The first writer to tell us about diamond minds in the East was Marco Polo.

All our diamonds come with a GIA certificate (Gemological Institute of America)