Uniglo specialises in conflict-free diamonds, and will be able to produce the Kimberley Process certificate with each diamond you purchase.
The most important criteria, even before the other 5Cs, while buying a diamond is the 6th C – that it should be conflict-free. In 2002, the UN along with a coalition of governments and non-governmental organizations adopted a system – the Kimberley Process – to end the practice of diamond trading that involved any form of conflict. They wanted to make sure every diamond traded has been mined and shipped in a humane, environmentally conscious, conflict-free and legitimate way. Today, 99 percent of the diamonds that are traded around the world are conflict-free. The most important thing is to ensure the diamond has documentation all the way from the mine to the market. Uniglo specialises in conflict-free diamonds, and will be able to produce the Kimberley Process certificate with each diamond you purchase.
What Are Conflict-Free Diamonds?
Conflict-Free Diamonds And Its History
Understanding The Kimberley Process
Keeping in mind that buying and selling diamonds is complex process, we understand that qualified experience is essential. You may or may not have the accurate information or knowledge of making an informed decision, and getting the best value for your diamonds. At Uniglo Diamonds, you can stay rest assured of receiving the best value for your diamonds thanks to our experience of over ten years in valuing and buying diamonds. We have gained the expertise and knowledge needed to offer you the highest prices for your diamonds. You can book an appointment, free of change and without obligation, and benefit from our trustworthy experts on your every transaction.