An Australian boutique offers high-end and custom fine jewellery
With over 30 years of unparalleled expertise and credibility, we have become one of the most known and well established jewellery destinations in Melbourne. All of our exclusive pieces are handcrafted by our skilled artisans with the utmost quality, craftsmanship and design. Every one of our precious gemstones are carefully curated and hand picked by our experts to ensure that every stone meets our strict requirements for colour, cut and clarity grade.
Incredible service by Garen. I was constantly looking at different engagement ring designs, in which he took the time and talked me through the details of each one. Garen made me feel comfortable in the decision I made as well. I highly recommend him.
I initially visited their store based on positive reviews. These reviews did not do them justice – the service all the way through the sales cycle was exceptional, from EVERYONE we engaged with at Garen jewellery. This was a thoroughly enjoyable purchase experience – so much so that form 1 eternity band we landed up having them remodel our wedding ring too. Look forward to the next purchase from a customer centric team.
Such a wonderful experience dealing with Garen and the team for my engagement ring. Garen’s knowledge and expertise gave us a great level of comfort during the process. Nothing was ever too much of an ask. Thanks for the laughs along the way too Garen! Sarah & Miguel
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Our luxurious collection offers a comprehensive range of stunning designs that will suit every style and occasion, including earrings, rings, bracelets, necklaces and pendants, wedding bands and engagement rings. We also offer a customised jewellery service where you can innovatively create your own jewellery design and we will make it a reality. Whether it be creating a one of a kind piece or a personalised engagement ring, our custom design services allow you to create something truly unique for yourself, or to gift to a loved one.
We are committed to providing exceptional customer service and creating extraordinary jewellery for you to cherish and make memories with.
The colour grading of a diamond system starts with D and ends with Z. Diamonds are graded for an absence of colour, rather than the presence of colour. D-E-F grade diamonds are colourless stones. G-H-I-J are nearly colourless. K-L-M are faint. N-O-P-Q-R are very light and S-T-U-V-W-X-Y-Z are light.
Diamond clarity refers to the absence of inclusions and blemishes. Diamonds are graded on a scale of 11 grades. Diamonds fall into eleven main categories: FL (Flawless), IF (Internally Flawless), VVS1 & VVS2 (Very very slightly included), VS1 & VS2 (Very slightly included), SI1 & SI2 (Slightly included) and I1, I2 and I3 (included).
A diamond’s cut refers to how a diamond’s facets interact with light. Diamond cut grade is impacted by the brightness, fire and scintillation of the stone. Diamond graders also take into account the symmetry of its facet arrangement and the quality of polish on those facets. A diamond cut range contains 5 grades, which include: Excellent, Very Good, Good, Fair and Poor.
A diamond’s carat denotes the weight of a diamond’s apparent size. Carat weight can appear differently across all diamond shapes.
It is important to consider both the size and quality of a diamond. Even if a larger diamond size is preferred it should not come second to a diamond’s quality. Choosing a high quality diamond is of the utmost importance and value if your budget can allow it as it will give you an inimitable brilliance.
In 2002, the Kimberley Process (KP) was established. The Kimberley Process (KP) is a commitment to remove conflict diamonds from the global supply chain. Today, participants actively prevent 99.8% of the worldwide trade. Australia is also committed to standing by the Kimberly process, therefore it is illegal in Australia to deal with conflict diamonds.