With an eye for design and attention to detail, Creations Jeweller’s renovated shop highlights their point of difference in the jewellery industry…..handmade on the premises. Now customers can observe the age-old technique of handmaking jewellery through the glassed in workshop, front and centre in their retail space. From forging, melting, drawing and rolling down metals, […]

Beyond the multitude of Argyle’s various shades of brown diamonds, yellow diamonds comprise the largest group of fancy colours available. According to Kimberley Diamonds Ltd. (KDL), which purchased the Ellendale diamond mine in Western Australia from Gem Diamonds in 2013, the mine supplies around 50 percent of the world’s fancy yellow diamonds, currently producing about […]

Sold at auction for $10.9 million in 2011, just a year after it was found in South Africa, the Cora Sun-Drop Diamond is the world’s most expensive vivid fancy yellow diamond. The gemstone is pear-shaped and 110.3 carats in size. It went under the hammer at Sotheby’s in Geneva to a mystery telephone bidder. Because […]

Worth an estimated $3 million, the Allnatt Diamond is a fancy intense yellow example of the gemstone and is 101.29 carats in size. It’s named after the British businessman Major Alfred Ernest Allnatt, who owned it during the 1950s. Mystery surrounds its origins before he purchased the stone, but it is believed to have been […]

A VS1 diamond has no eye visible inclusions and the inclusions are difficult to detect under 10x magnification. These diamonds account for less than 5% of all gem-quality stones. More readily detectable inclusions are only seen in VS2 diamonds around 5% of the time, and they are more common in stones exceeding 1 carat. VS2 […]