Diamonds are individually graded and accompanied by a Diamond Foundry Certificate.
• .25ct average diamond weight (.23 minimum)
• Diamond measures approximately 4.7mm x 3mm
• Emerald diamond cut
• Made from 18k solid gold in DTLA
DIAMOND COLOR: I
DIAMOND CLARITY: SI1+
DIAMOND CUT: VERY GOOD+
All of our Black Label pieces are made from 18k solid gold, a durable gold with a higher purity grade that’s made to last. Containing more gold content than its 14k counterparts, 18k solid gold can withstand daily use but it still a precious metal with high gold content. Handle with care so that your piece retains its shine.
Sustainably grown through technology in Silicon Valley, Diamond Foundry is supplying a closed door industry with a traceable, sustainable, real alternative to mined diamonds. All diamonds are D-H color and SI+ quality.
FREE SHIPPING + 30-DAY RETURNS + FOREVER GUARANTEE
Our Black Label collection is made-on-demand in Downtown Los Angeles. Once ready, domestic orders will ship free and insured through UPS express. Please note that a signature is required upon delivery.
The Black Label collection is eligible for return within 30 days. Please note that rings within the Black Label collection are subject to a $100 restocking fee as each ring size is crafted just for you. Refunds will be processed upon receipt and verification of return.
Each Diamond Foundry diamond is graded by a GIA Gemologist according to GIA standards. We stand behind our products and warrant their graded characteristics through a full legal guarantee and warranty. This Warranty remains in effect during your entire lifetime for as long as you own the Diamond.
Using solar technology, Diamond Foundry cultivates real diamonds aboveground in San Francisco. 100% carbon neutral, 100% traceable, and graded to the strictest gemological standards.
“I’m proud to invest in Diamond Foundry Inc.– reducing the human and environmental toll of the diamond industry by sustainably culturing diamonds without the destructive use of mining.”
Emerald Cut Diamond
The Emerald cut features long lines, creating theatrical flashes of light. Due to its larger face (usually referred to as a table, in jewelry terms) and step cuts, the Emerald cut focuses primarily on highlighting the stone’s clarity. Gaining popularity during the Art Deco era, we’re simplifying its surroundings to give it a more modern feel.