The exclusive rules of Diamond Love Bond for buying diamonds in extreme safety.
More than half a century ago the G.I.A. responded to the need for a unique system of measurement, at world level, for the comparison of the different qualities of diamonds, defining the system of 4C.
Diamond Love Bond in 2005 first introduced its own system of 3C, which adds to 4C G.I.A. (video), to guarantee customers the certainty of the purchase, under the profile of confidence (trust), certification and cost.
To fully understand all the variables of the purchase of a diamond, the presence of Institutions is becoming more and more necessary to ensure reputation, ethics and transparency in transactions.
Diamond Love Bond offers in addition, its international dimension and the authority of its partners, to ensure the supply of highly prized diamonds.
The credibility and professionalism of the Board of Directors and the Board of Statutory Auditors of Diamond Love Bond are a further guarantee for their clients.
There are many gemological laboratories in the world, as well as various independent gemologists, issuing a certificate of quality.
The majority of gemological laboratories (HRD, IGI, AGS, EGL, etc. ) follows the standard defined in the years 1940 and 1950 by the G. I. A. together with the definition of the 4 C.
Diamonds in the Bank is the trademark that distinguishes the exclusive hyper selection reserved for UBI Banca customers.
Diamond Love Bond reserves exclusively only GIA certified diamonds — Gemological Institute of America — Carlsbad, California.
Diamond Love Bond becomes the first operator of the market at the international level that proposes diamonds as tangible assets, with the greatest guarantee of advice in the purchase, safety, protection of privacy and transparency of prices.
The price of the diamonds wholesale is fixed daily on the basis of the meeting between supply and demand in the Diamond Bourses of rough and polished diamonds, among which the main one is that of Antwerp in Belgium, followed by New York, Mumbai in India and Tel Aviv in Israel.
There is a price list used at the level of the Bourses operators called the Rapaport Diamond Report, which is published periodically.
There is also a list of indicative reference retail prices published by IDEX called the DRB Diamond Retail Benchmark (prices have to be added with VAT or local taxes).
In Bloomberg's and Thomson Reuter are published indexes of some “baskets” of diamonds.
At the retail level of prices are those established by the main jewellers worldwide (Bulgari, Cartier, Tiffany, Graff, Harry Winston, Moussaieff, Orra).