Diamond Consultation

We take pride in the quality of the loose diamonds and coloured gemstones we use.

At Kalfin Jewellery, we take pride in the quality of the loose diamonds and coloured gemstones we use.

The extraordinary standards we apply for selecting a diamond to carry our hallmark is our foundation as a company.

Every week we are faced with countless clients on a weekly basis who dismayed or disillusioned from their quest for find the right diamond. Selecting a piece of diamond jewellery or a loose diamond for an engagement ring should be an enjoyable and memorable experience.

With this in mind, we have developed a unique tutorial process that explains the anatomy of a loose diamond far beyond the 4Cā€™s (Cut, Colour, Clarity and Carat weight). Our technique will apply your own knowledge and previously conducted research to actual loose diamond and coloured gemstone examples. Throughout our consultation, you will gain a deeper understanding of diamond gradings and how they affect the stone. In short, you will gain a practical understanding of diamond theory.

We understand that no two clients or budgets are the same. By undertaking our diamond consultation, we will ensure you are equipped with enough technical and practical knowledge to make an informed decision that meets your exact needs. Dealing direct with the designer ensures great value for money and guarantees your satisfaction.

At Kalfin Jewellery we have our own high quality standards in place. All our loose diamonds must meet our criteria before they are offered to clients. This stringent selection process means that we only utilise premium quality loose diamonds.

Any requests that require the use of diamonds below our high Kalfin Jewellery standards will NOT be undertaken.

We welcome you to arrange an obligation-free diamond consultation at our Collins Street boutique in the Melbourne CBD to explore your choices.


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