A Soiree in Jew­els

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Be it creat­ing sym­phonies with di­a­monds or songs with coloured stones, the house of Di­a­color masters the craft of jew­ellery mak­ing like no other.

With its un­par­al­leled tech­niques and de­signs, Di­a­color has trumped trends to build a niche for con­tem­po­rary heir­loom jew­els. Play­ing lav­ishly with the flam­boy­ance of di­a­monds and the charms of pre­cious coloured gem­stones, we have been hand­craft­ing breath­tak­ing jew­ellery, in styles in­con­ceiv­able by most. An ex­am­ple of this peer­less so­phis­ti­ca­tion and artistry would be our brio­lette cuts—a style of stone faceting that the house has mas­tered and in­cor­po­rated in a wide ar­ray of de­signs.

Brio­lette cuts date back to the 17th cen­tury and were mostly privy to the roy­alty. Gain­ing pop­u­lar­ity again in the Vic­to­rian and Ed­war­dian eras, they be­came a favourite of Art Deco de­sign­ers. Tak­ing the art of cut­ting brio­lettes to a con­sum­mate level, Di­a­color has given a con­tem­po­rary twist to the pop­u­lar Vic­to­rian style to cre­ate ex­cep­tional jew­ellery, cater­ing to dis­tinc­tive pa­trons, oli­garchs and the noveau riche alike.

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