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Every diamond from Dalby diamonds is carefully selected by Sidsel Dalby Glerup

Sidsel Dalby Glerup is owner of DALBY DIAMONDS and certified diamond dealer and gemologist from the world’s foremost institute on diamonds – Gemological Institute of America (GIA). As such, Sidsel is able to guarantee that DALBY DIAMONDS exclusively deal in diamonds of the highest quality.

Sidsel travels the world in order to find only the best diamonds for her clients. She knows that her clients demand perfection and she considers it a virtue to meet their every demand. She possesse a real passion and flair for purchasing the finest quality stones at competitive prices. Combined with years of experience from the jewelry and precious metal industry, alongside an esthetic eye for jewelry design, DALBY DIAMONDS are able to offer their clients uniquely crafted diamond jewelry as well as loose stones.

Diamond jewelry from DALBY DIAMONDS are handcraftet in New York by a team of highly skilled artisans. The best diamonds in the world deserve the best craftsmanship.

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Diamonds come in many shapes and sizes

DALBY DIAMONDS are able to deliver diamonds that are customized to every individual client’s need. Furthermore, we put an emphasis on only finding diamonds of the finest cut – The Excellent Cut – one of the most important parameters when selecting a diamond.

Intricate science

There is an intricate science involved in cutting and polishing a rough diamond directly from the mine. The cut of a diamond refers its proportions and the quality of its clarity. The beauty of a diamond lies in its complex relationship with light where a perfectly cut diamond catches the light in a very particular way making it sparkling and radiant. The cut also refers to the diamond’s shape and faceting, whether that is round, emerald, princess, pear, marguise and cushion cut, among others. A diamond can be brilliant cut, with triangular or kite shaped facets radiating from the center, or step cut, with long, slender facets in parallel rows. The most common cut is a round brilliant cut, with the diamond having 57-58 individual facets.

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