Any time the jewelry industry gets together to strut their stuff, it’s going to be impressive. What really wowed us about the recent trio of NYC shows was the abundance of designs featuring melee diamonds. Emili Vesilind, writing for JCK drew attention to the continuing popularity of message and alphabet jewelry.
Other interesting looks have their roots in the past. Victorian and Art Deco influences are enjoying renewed influences, which is great news for manufacturers who specialize in intricate, detailed designs.
The key to the success of these trendy designs: precision cut melee diamonds.
Why is Precision Important?
When we talk about melee diamonds, we’re talking about very small stones. Faceting these stones involves countless small cuts. How important can any one of those cuts possibly be?
Tremendously important if you want to dazzle and delight your customers. If a diamond is cut and that cut’s too shallow, you get light leakage. You’ll lose that light through the bottom of the diamond. If the cut’s too deep, the light leaks out the side. Retaining and maximizing the light requires the cut to be exactly right – and that’s true for each and every facet. The slightest deviation from the ideal results in leakage. That’s why a well-cut diamond looks brighter than a poorly-cut diamond.
Precision is especially important in melee diamonds because the brilliance is the point. The impact of a tight grouping of Ideal Cut Melee Diamonds is phenomenal – irresistible and eye-catching. Practically every brand and manufacturer has at least one alphabet line. What’s going to make yours stand out? The right combination of your design and the best possible product for the price.
Try Grunberger Diamonds on Memo
We’re inviting jewelry manufacturers who haven’t worked with our Ideal Cut Melee Diamonds the opportunity to do so. The only way to truly appreciate our consistent precision is to experience it for yourself. The quality of the stones is of course superior – available in over 40 qualities, in sizes ranging from .7 MM to 3.9 MM – and they’re a joy to work with.
To find out more & give Grunberger Diamonds a try, please fill out the form below.