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Diamonds have always been the epitome of luxury and fascination for ages. The mere glance at the dazzling sparkle of a diamond can make anyone go head over heels. And why not, diamonds are not only beautiful, but they are also one of the hardest substances on earth, making them a symbol of resilience and strength. At JOSEPHINE, we use Top Wesselton VS diamonds to craft our beautiful pieces of jewellery that stand out from the rest.


Our Diamonds

JOSEPHINE always use Top Wesselton VS diamonds. These diamonds are the cream of the crop and represent almost the highest level of quality for those seeking the finest diamonds available.


What makes Top Wesselton VS diamonds so special?

For starters, they are graded as having a color grade of D to F, which means they are nearly colorless and radiate a dazzling brilliance. Additionally, they have a clarity grade of VS, which stands for very slightly included, meaning they have very few inclusions or blemishes in the stone. These diamonds are of excellent quality and are virtually flawless to the naked eye. 


The 4C's

When Diamonds are being valued we often talk about the 4Cs. Cut, Colour, Clarity, and Carat.

A well-cut diamond reflects the maximum amount of light and adds to its sparkling beauty. The colorless diamonds are the most rare and highly valued because they allow for optimum light reflection. Often, inclusions or blemishes in the diamond can affect its clarity, which is graded from ‘Included' to ‘Flawless'. Finally, the carat weight of a diamond refers to its size, and bigger diamonds are more expensive.

The universal measure of quality.


Diamond Pave Jewellery

Tiny sparkly gems that make our hearts skip a beat! 

In our rings the diamonds are about 1-2 mm big. These small diamonds might be tiny, but they sure pack a punch when it comes to shine! We use a technique called pave setting, which allows for maximum sparkle because the diamonds are set closely together. 

Why settle for one diamond when you can have dozens?

Cup of jewellery


Foto cred: Alvin Santos 

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