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Diacentre – for all your diamond needs…

For over 20 years Diacentre has been operating out of New York’s famed Diamond District as diamond and jewelry manufacturers and wholesalers with clients throughout the United States and select markets abroad. Our expertise in the fine diamond jewelry market and unyielding focus on customer service ensure that our retail and wholesale clientele think of us first and foremost to fulfill all their diamond needs.

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Diamond Shapes

Diamonds have more shapes than you have learned in schools. People go for round shape as it is the most astonishing choice out of others but still diamond lovers and those who know diamonds have their own choices. So, why not have a look at them?


The majority preferred shape round diamonds have been delved by gemmologists more than any other variation. Popular for its unparalleled brilliance and fire, the shape brags tremendous light refraction properties.


The princess cut diamond is an admired fancy diamond shape, especially for rings. They are a superior preference for their flexibility in functioning in ever style of ring.


The cushion cut diamond combination of a square cut with rounded curves, very much like a pillow. This standard cut is in trend for almost 200 years. It is more to be a classic version of the round cut diamond.


Emerald cut diamond pretends to be rectangular. Slanting corners and step facets create a unique look; this diamond is more crystal than other shapes and does produce different mirror effects.


A moderate shape to the jewelry industry, the radiant diamond was introduced around three decades ago. This distinctive shape is a stunning hybrid of round and emerald cut.


The Asscher cut diamond alike emerald cut, but a square-shaped with bigger step facets, an upper crown, and a minor table. This combination often creates more radiance than the emerald cut.


A football-shaped and brilliant-cut diamond is long as well as narrow also creates size illusion. The marquise diamond holds one of the largest surface areas than any shape.


As the name affirms, the heart cut diamond has become identical to affection and love, making it an exceptional choice for an engagement or wedding ring.


The pear-shaped diamond is an arrangement of a marquise and a round shape. An ideal pear-shaped diamond holds a good symmetry. Excluding grace, the pear shape diamond set to look like a drop of water with a single point and rounded end.


Like a round diamond, an oval shape produces almost the same level of fire and brilliance. Due to its extended shape, the oval cut can emerge larger than a round diamond of equal carat.

Lab Created Diamonds

Lab diamonds are real diamonds that are made up of actual carbon atoms organized within the characteristic diamond crystal structure. Lab made diamonds are produced through advanced mechanical procedures that duplicate the conditions under which precious stones are created in nature, thereby forming the same proportionate optical and synthetic properties as mined diamonds.

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Diamond earns their value based on their grades on the 4 Cs: Cut, Color, Clarity and Carat. In a perfect flawless diamond, you will find a perfect fusion of all four components. Each element has its own importance but if you ask an expert, he’ll folk your focus on one thing; Cut. Those graded as Ideal and Excellent are most fairly in the brilliant shape.

Insist on a diamond report

A diamond is a precious jewel that has its complexities. It is highly recommended for the customers to insist on their dealers for a report number of the diamond. This reported number can be used to check the grading report directly from the portal of GIA; which is an institute focused on the research and understanding of Gemology. The Cut is graded as Ideal, Excellent, Very Good, Good, Fair, and Poor.

Look for a gem that weights a bit less than your target size

Let me share with you a mistake most of the time the customer makes. When you enter a showroom full of diamonds, you lose your ability to decide what to choose, and most of the time, despite your fixed budget; you tend to purchase a pricey diamond. Here’s the tip for you; ‘Always look for a gem that weighs less than your target size’

Protect your Purchase

Protecting the diamond through the means of insurance is highly suggested. It costs approx. $1.5 for every 100 dollars that it would cost to replace it. It means if your diamond’s replaceable cost is $10,000 then it would cost you around $100/ year to insure it. The cost might differ from city to country but it is nothing when it comes to protecting a precious jewel.