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White Diamond

WHITE DIAMONDS

Diamonds are so much more than just a colorless stone set on an engagement ring.

Crystallized billions of years ago, they are composed of a single chemical element, carbon. Some of these carbon atoms precede the Big Bang. Unlike the other gems formed in the earth crust, diamonds crystallized much deeper, in the earth’s mantle. Brought to the surface by volcano eruptions, diamonds are now found in primary and secondary deposits. Global diamond mining has long been held by the DeBeers but in the past decades, other mining groups have gained market share, such as the Australian group Rio Tinto and the Russian group, Alrosa. The main deposits are in Africa (Botswana, Democratic Republic of Congo, Angola and Namibia), Russia, Australia and Canada.
The diamond is the hardest mineral (hardness of 10 on the Mohs Scale), which means it is the most resistant stone to scratches. However, diamonds can be broken because of cleavage planes (weaknesses in the structure of the stone). These weaknesses helped to understand how to cut diamonds. The 4Cs (carat, color, clarity and cut) are the diamond grading system. These criteria can be specified on a certificate. The GIA (Gemological Institute of America) is the most well renowned lab. Other labs can deliver these types of certificates as the HRD in Antwerp and the LFG in France.

Even though white is the most popular color, diamonds offer a wide range of colors. From black to white, through red, green, blue or orange, they adorn the most original jewels.

Some designers like to craft it in all its forms : as an octahedral rough stone, a brilliant cut, in rose or even as a powder. They create authentic rings, bracelets, necklaces or earrings. Detaj lines up rough grey diamonds on his silver ring. BARE paves his yellow or white gold Lotus rings with white brilliant cut diamonds. The jeweler Gem Palace uses diamonds to enlighten another stone by paving a whole ring to sublimate a stunning emerald. Shamballa Jewels proves that diamonds allow a great creativity. The two brothers use the stones in many different ways: cut or rough, to create wonderful diamonds beads set on their well renowned bracelets. As the central material of a creation, but still very discreet, Mad Precious & Ethical uses diamonds as a pendant creating refined jewelry pieces. 

This native element remains one of the most precious gems, and the hardest, surrounded by strong symbols, proof of commitment and love. Discover our selection of diamond jewelry !!

Taylor n°1 necklace

Pascale Monvoisin

$480

Necklace crystal moon no2

Pascale Monvoisin

$1,420

Star Hoop Diamond Earring

Céline D'Aoust

$670

Gabin n°3 Necklace

Pascale Monvoisin

$520

Jesus loves you ring

L'atelier Nawbar

$2,142 $2,520

Izia Necklace

Pascale Monvoisin

$890

Mini Sang Pendant Necklace

L'atelier Nawbar

$1,258 $1,480

Arles necklace

Pascale Monvoisin

$610

Bird coin pendant necklace

L'atelier Nawbar

$3,408 $4,010

Half Paved Creole

and...Paris

$435

Moon n°1 Necklace Malachite

Pascale Monvoisin

$430

Moon n°1 Necklace Onyx

Pascale Monvoisin

$430

Souad Citrine Ring

Pascale Monvoisin

$530

Prana n°1 Necklace

Pascale Monvoisin

$710

Paved Snake Stud Yellow Gold

Mad Precious & Ethical

$289 $340

Eye Charm Diamonds Necklace

Céline D'Aoust

$955

Arabesque big pendant necklace

L'atelier Nawbar

$1,615 $1,900

Diamond Eye Necklace Wand

Céline D'Aoust

$2,710

Tiny Eye Earring

Céline D'Aoust

$845

Moonstone Fringes Earring

Céline D'Aoust

$800

Triangle Eye Earring

Céline D'Aoust

$425

Eclair Diamonds Charms

and...Paris

$195

Small Coin Ring with pesos and Diamonds

Mad Private by The French Guy

$1,555 $1,830

2.8mm Marquise 6.5mm Half Paved White Gold Hoop

Mad Precious & Ethical

$552 $650

Ibiza Cosmic Love Ring Orange Sapphire

L'atelier Nawbar

$2,499 $2,940

Min Sang Necklace

L'atelier Nawbar

$1,258 $1,480