New! Ethical diamonds in small sizes.
This week our showroom took delivery of a brand new range of diamonds aimed at helping our fellow ethical jewellers.
Perfect for ethical jewellers
Many of our jeweller friends support and work with ethical diamonds, gemstones and precious metals. But, small sizes of diamonds can be notoriously difficult to source. Furthermore, many cutters label the diamonds Canadian without any real support for their supply chain.
Over the last few years, we have stocked sealed, mixed parcels of Canadamark diamonds. Ethical jewellers welcomed our melee parcels. But, most jewellers require consistency in mm. size, colour (whiteness) and clarity. As a result, we have introduced a brand new range of Canadamark small diamonds perfect for ethical jewellery makers.
Specifications for Canadamark Small Ethical Diamonds
Ethical jewellers enjoy the following reassurance from our Canadamark melee diamonds.
All sizes typically available from stock. Otherwise 1 week for delivery.
Consistent sizes from 1mm upto and including 3mm diameter.
+Very good cut
FG colour SI1 clarity.
High lustre from Canadamark rough diamonds.
Origin from Ekati and Diavik diamond mines.
Every order features a unique Canadamark number appearing on all documentation through the supply chain.
No minimum order.
Order any mm. size by carat weight or quantity of diamonds.
Available to trade only.
Prices available upon request. Please contact a member of our team for more information.
For larger quantities, we recommend ordering in advance with a delivery time between 1-2 weeks.
All prices quoted exclude VAT
All parcels of Canadamark diamonds arrive at Serendipity Diamonds sealed with a unique CM number. When you place your order, we provide your chosen specifications in any quantity, applying the CM number for reference on your invoice for reference.
How to Order Ethical Small Diamonds
Contact us for information and prices on our 100% ethical small diamonds—phone our showroom Monday to Saturday on 01983 567 283 or email email@example.com for expert help and guidance.
About Mark Johnson
Mark attended Liverpool University and went on to pursue a career in the diamond industry. After more than a decade working in polished diamonds, Mark moved to the Isle of Wight where he launched Serendipity Diamonds. He works most days from their busy Ryde showroom, photographing jewellery and writing for the Serendipity Diamonds website.