"The Precious Side of 'Made in Italy'"

"Our mission is to guide our customers in expressing their uniqueness, creativity, and style through jewelry. For us, jewelry goes beyond simple accessories tied to a place or occasion; it is an expression of how one feels when wearing it. Each creation is designed to be elegant and refined, carrying a personal and distinctive touch."


    "The evaluation of diamond purity is essential in determining its value. GIA uses a scale from 'Flawless' to 'Included' to assess inclusions, which affect clarity and transparency. By examining the nature, position, and visibility of these inclusions, a purity grade is assigned. A higher grade indicates greater purity, enhancing the diamond's value and emphasizing its quality and rarity."


    The carat, equivalent to 0.20 grams, plays a fundamental role in the evaluation of diamonds. In addition to representing the standard unit of weight, the carat significantly influences the value and rarity of the diamond. Precision in assessing this measure is essential to fully grasp its preciousness and uniqueness.


    The color of a diamond is a crucial element in its evaluation. The scale, developed by the Gemological Institute of America (GIA), ranges from D (colorless) to Z (visible traces of color). Diamonds closer to the D grade are considered more precious because they reflect light without color interference, highl

  • CUT

    The cut of the diamond is crucial in its evaluation. A well-executed cut optimizes the refraction of light, contributing to the brilliance and sparkle of the diamond. The GIA evaluates the cut based on criteria such as proportion, symmetry, and finish, assigning grades from "Excellent" to "Poor." A quality cut increases the overall value of the diamond.

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