Perfection is inherently not in our DNA. Nature has its way of keeping that balance of having that nice and not so nice traits in every DNA make up in the human body. But not all “not so nice” traits result in ugly features. Sometimes, they are in fact our best assets. Our impurities make us different from others and what others don’t have that we have is more valuable than what we and others also have. Like humans, diamonds appear in different hues. The most expensive stone is graded basing on its impurities; according to its color is where value is determined.
Diamonds occur in a variety of colors — steel gray, white, blue, yellow, orange, red, green, pink to purple, brown, and black. Colored diamonds contain interstitial impurities or structural defects that cause the coloration, whilst pure diamonds are perfectly transparent and colorless. Diamonds are scientifically classed into two main types and several subtypes, according to the nature of impurities present and how these impurities affect light absorption.
A chemically pure and structurally perfect diamond is perfectly transparent with no hue, or color. However, in reality almost no gem-sized natural diamonds are absolutely perfect. The color of a diamond may be affected by chemical impurities and/or structural defects in the crystal lattice. Depending on the hue and intensity of a diamond's coloration, a diamond's color can either detract from or enhance its value. For example, most white diamonds are discounted in price when more yellow hue is detectable, while intense pink or blue diamond can be dramatically more valuable.
Fancy diamonds are valued using different criteria than those used for regular diamonds. When the color is rare, the more intensely colored a diamond is the more valuable it becomes. Another factor that affects the value of Fancy-Colored diamonds is fashion trends. For example, pink diamonds fetched higher prices after Jennifer Lopez received a pink diamond engagement ring.
And for all we know it, there could only be one place in the world where the best pink diamonds reside. Suna Bros. The foremost identity of the company and its legacy is beyond doubt pink diamonds. Headed by Joel and Kenneth Suna who were trained as gemologists and diamond setters, these precious stones are extracted from the Argyle Diamond Mine in the remote East Kimberly region of Australia. In apricot hues, true pinks, purplish pinks and rarely red. In 2000, the Argyle Diamond Mine produced around 40 million carats of diamonds a year but only 10,000 carats were pink which makes this diamond color a rare find.
Artistry, skill and craftsmanship—these are cornerstones of every Suna piece.The design concepts are inspired mostly by architectural designs and natural forms, elements needed to transform raw materials into three dimensional exquisitely elegant jewels. Many pieces are first modeled in wax, allowing each detail and texture to be accurately captured. From this wax a silver model is made, and it is this durable object that allows each platinum or 18K gold piece to embody the beauty of the delicate design. Suna sees to it that everything is taken care of its workshop in New York. With skilled craftsmen and artisans, stones are exclusively selected by hand, diamond and colored stones alike are meticulously checked and enhanced to captivate the balance of light and illusion. The stones are then set by hand, ensuring that each one is placed accurately and held securely. Hand cut beneath each stone, the pyramid shaped opening, or a jour, allows light to reach the stone, exhibiting the kind of scintillation that displays a depth of light and fire.
Through the combination of fine materials and hands of highly skilled and specialized individuals, the creation of Suna Bros.' exceptional pieces is inevitable. These creations includes the Special Occasion Collection, Classics in Diamond, Classics in Color, Bridal Collection, Queen Anne’s Lace, Bark and Pink Diamonds are Suna’s finest expressions of luxury, all embedded with the finest materials the world has to offer.
Like pink diamonds, Suna and its craftsmen are rare and magnificent in their own right. The best in their field, Suna and the Suna Bros., together with their trusted dealers like Schiffman’s, want nothing but to give you the jewels beneath the hottest surface of the planet.
Suna pieces are strictly inspected, polished and pre-polished to ensure the gleam and shine that are inherent in each Suna piece’s DNA. Suna trademark and serial number is also bore by every Suna piece, a guaranteed mark of first rate quality piece made by first rate jewelry company.
Add color to your life by giving color to your diamond! Suna’s pink diamonds will surely do the job. Suna collections and pink diamonds are available at Schiffman’s at Friendly Center. Schiffman’s is an authorized dealer for Suna.