We are a family-owned business with background in Mechanical Engineering, Systems Engineering, Computer Science and a bit of room for Magick.

Our passion in experimenting with different types of energy combined with the beauty of gemstones led us into better understanding of the acquisition and cutting process of natural gemstones.

We have adapted and improved inexpensive machinery to reduce initial investment and losses in the process in order to obtain fine, yet affordable art pieces.

Our creations are designed for the ones whose desire is to channel surrounding energy fluids as much as for the ones that just want to delight themselves with a gorgeous jewel.


Acquisition and Classification

We understand clearly that the foundation of the gemstone cutting business is acquiring quality rough; therefore we build a network of established honest experts in the field from whom we select diverse parcels of natural rough gemstones to create our collections.

Quality validation of each gem is obtained through several on-field tests such as: streak powder trail, surface luster, natural imperfections, and hardness among others.

Cutting Style Selection

The rough is analyzed thoroughly considering shape and inclusions within it in order to determine the orientation of the cut; based on this specific position, the proper cut that releases the internal fire of the stone, creates mesmerizing scintillation, and maximizes material is selected.

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Cutting The Girdle

A number of tiny faces "facets" are placed on the rough while controlling several variables to achieve the selected shape: Precise angle, cut depth and temperature are handled with extreme precision, care and tons of patience so that gradually the desired results are obtained.

Cutting the Pavilion

It is cut with the objective of becoming the reflector of the light gathered by the crown; light is focus down to pavilion where it is bounced around inside the stone and then back upwards via the crown and out to the eye.

Each facet's angles are adjusted to maximize its optical performance considering the Refractive Index (RI) of the gem which differs per stone type.


Cutting the Crown

Several planes of facets with different angles are strategically placed in order to form a lens that gathers lights from all directions and then focus these rays directly to the pavilion. Basically, it controls the entry and exit of light from the gem.

Gemstone Mounting

The gem is mounted on a piece of fine metal jewelry "setting" either plane or decorated with some side quality gems of smaller size or any other custom designer work. The setting often features several prongs with an internal indentation where the gem's girdle rests; to secure it then the prongs are bent at the edge to fit over the top of the gem holding it snugly in place.