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However, due to the current COVID-19 pandemic our global supply chain has been significantly impacted. 

We are therefore unable to process online orders at this time.

We are monitoring the situation closely and are doing everything we can to resume online trading as soon as possible. 

We are still open and carry stock in our Melbourne office which can be viewed by appointment only and this stock can be ordered.  

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COLOUR

D
D is the highest colour grade on the GIA diamond colour scale, D colour graded diamonds are very very rarer and the most colourless or can be said diamonds and hence are the most expensive.
E
E is the second highest colour grade on the GIA diamond colour scale, Difference between D and E is hardly noticeable to untrained eye. E colour graded diamonds are rarer and fall under the colourless category of diamond colour grading.
F
F is the next colour grade after E on the GIA diamond colour scale, Difference between E and F is hardly noticeable to untrained eye. F colour graded diamonds are rarer and fall under the colourless category of diamond colour grading.
G
G is the highest colour grade on the GIA diamond colour scale in the nearly colourless category of diamond colour grading. The diamonds graded G mostly appear colourless when set to the unaided eye.
H
H colour in diamonds is the next to top in the near colourless category it's just were a very faint hint of yellow starts however they are great value for money.
I
I colour in diamonds is the third to top in the near colourless category it's just were a faint hint of yellow starts however they are great value for money.
J
J coloured diamonds is the best in price in the near colourless category.
K
K is the highest colour grade on the GIA diamond colour scale in the Faint Colour category of diamond colour grading. The diamonds graded K mostly appear faint yellow when set to the unaided eye.
L
L is the second highest colour grade on the GIA diamond colour scale in the Faint Colour category of diamond colour grading. The diamonds graded L mostly appear sightly yellow when set to the unaided eye.
M
M is the last colour grade on the GIA diamond colour scale in the Faint Colour category of diamond colour grading. The diamonds graded M mostly appear yellow when set to the unaided eye.
N
The GIA diamond colour grading scale begins with the letter D which represents absence of color, and continues with the increasing colour presence to the letter Z which represents visibly presence of colour. Each letter grade clearly defines the spectrum of colour appearance.
O
The GIA diamond colour grading scale begins with the letter D which represents absence of color, and continues with the increasing colour presence to the letter Z which represents visibly presence of colour. Each letter grade clearly defines the spectrum of colour appearance.
P
The GIA diamond colour grading scale begins with the letter D which represents absence of color, and continues with the increasing colour presence to the letter Z which represents visibly presence of colour. Each letter grade clearly defines the spectrum of colour appearance.
Q
The GIA diamond colour grading scale begins with the letter D which represents absence of color, and continues with the increasing colour presence to the letter Z which represents visibly presence of colour. Each letter grade clearly defines the spectrum of colour appearance.
R
The GIA diamond colour grading scale begins with the letter D which represents absence of color, and continues with the increasing colour presence to the letter Z which represents visibly presence of colour. Each letter grade clearly defines the spectrum of colour appearance.
S
The GIA diamond colour grading scale begins with the letter D which represents absence of color, and continues with the increasing colour presence to the letter Z which represents visibly presence of colour. Each letter grade clearly defines the spectrum of colour appearance.
T
The GIA diamond colour grading scale begins with the letter D which represents absence of color, and continues with the increasing colour presence to the letter Z which represents visibly presence of colour. Each letter grade clearly defines the spectrum of colour appearance.
U
The GIA diamond colour grading scale begins with the letter D which represents absence of color, and continues with the increasing colour presence to the letter Z which represents visibly presence of colour. Each letter grade clearly defines the spectrum of colour appearance.
V
The GIA diamond colour grading scale begins with the letter D which represents absence of color, and continues with the increasing colour presence to the letter Z which represents visibly presence of colour. Each letter grade clearly defines the spectrum of colour appearance.
W
The GIA diamond colour grading scale begins with the letter D which represents absence of color, and continues with the increasing colour presence to the letter Z which represents visibly presence of colour. Each letter grade clearly defines the spectrum of colour appearance.
X
The GIA diamond colour grading scale begins with the letter D which represents absence of color, and continues with the increasing colour presence to the letter Z which represents visibly presence of colour. Each letter grade clearly defines the spectrum of colour appearance.
Y
The GIA diamond colour grading scale begins with the letter D which represents absence of color, and continues with the increasing colour presence to the letter Z which represents visibly presence of colour. Each letter grade clearly defines the spectrum of colour appearance.
Z
The GIA diamond colour grading scale begins with the letter D which represents absence of color, and continues with the increasing colour presence to the letter Z which represents visibly presence of colour. Each letter grade clearly defines the spectrum of colour appearance.

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