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With its patented di­a­mond flower cuts and one-of-a-kind de­signs, Lili Jewelry has made a name for it­self in the di­a­mond jew­ellery in­dus­try. Es­tab­lished in 2002 by di­a­mond man­u­fac­turer Lili Di­a­monds, an in­no­va­tor that has over the years de­vel­oped ex­tra­or­di­nary cuts with glob­ally reg­is­tered patents, the brand’s most pop­u­lar of­fer­ings are those set with its Lily and Orchidea cuts.

The Lily cut is char­ac­terised by four round, del­i­cate petals com­posed of 77 facets and was de­vel­oped fol­low­ing many years of re­search us­ing so­phis­ti­cated cut­ting tech­nol­ogy. Sim­i­larly, Orchidea has 61 facets, re­sem­bles an orchid, and has a pointed tip at the end of each petal. Other pop­u­lar cuts in­clude Me­teor , Criss­cut , and Criss­cut Cush­ion.

With de­sign teams based in sev­eral ci­ties, Lili Jewelry de­rives in­spi­ra­tion from var­i­ous cul­tures and en­vi­ron­ments to cre­ate pieces that en­hance and cel­e­brate these unique cuts. Some styles are com­ple­mented with coloured di­a­monds or sap­phires and con­trasted with dif­fer­ent colours of gold or with enamel high­lights.

The brand also has a col­lec­tion of ex­quis­ite watches that in­cor­po­rates its patented di­a­mond cuts. The favourite Lily watch has a jew­elled bracelet com­posed of 96 Lily di­a­monds, weigh­ing 22.73 carats, and hun­dreds of round di­a­monds set in white gold.

For the fu­ture, Lili Jewelry plans to “con­tinue to keep on dar­ing to be dif­fer­ent, al­ways seek­ing the next step while main­tain­ing our re­mark­able di­a­mond pol­ish­ing crafts­man­ship”.

For more in­for­ma­tion, visit www.lil­i­jew­

The Lily watch with 96 Lily di­a­monds

Queen’s Prom­ise ring from the Lili Unique col­lec­tion

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