Diamond Jewellery

Discover our collection of sparkling diamond jewellery designs – to add some extra sparkle to your day. Partnered with Botswanamark we provide traceability certificates and GIA certificates for the diamonds used in these designs.

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Diamond jewellery

Diamond Jewellery: A timeless tale of brilliance and responsibility


Although Anpé Atelier is all in on colors, it doesn’t mean that we don’t love diamonds as well. Diamond jewellery has been cherished throughout generations and hold a significant place in our and our customers’ hearts. The majority of our bigger diamond jewellery pieces are custom made, so do reach out here, if you have a custom made diamond piece in mind.


The fascination of diamond jewellery

Diamonds are formed through millions and sometimes billions of years deep inside the earth. Intense pressure and heat cause carbon to crystallise and forms into diamonds, and it is no wonder, that diamonds have fascinated people for centuries. Compared to other gemstones diamonds have a very special rainbow sparkle, that no other gemstone has. It makes it sparkle, shine and glimmer, and the brilliance of diamonds not only complements your finger, but it’s also a both very meaningful and valuable gemstone to add into a piece of jewellery.


The hardest gem on the Mohs Scale

The Mohs Scale is a system used to measure the relative hardness or scratch resistance of various minerals. The scale ranges from 1 to 10 with 10 being the hardest mineral. Diamonds are renowned for their exceptional hardness and rank at the top of the Mohs Scale with a perfect hardness rating of 10. This means that diamonds are the hardest naturally occurring substance known to mankind. Their hardness is due to their unique crystal structure, and investing in diamond jewellery is thereby not only a beautiful investment – it is also an investment in a piece that can be passed on through generations.

Diamond jewellery with sapphire set in 18k yellow gold

Diamond jewellery in 18k gold

Diamonds’ unmatched hardness is what makes it ideal for various applications beyond its use in jewellery, such as in cutting and grinding tools, drill bits and even industrial applications where toughness and durability are required.

Second in line on the Mohs Scale is corundum (which includes sapphires and rubies), which ranks a 9.


The Kimberley Process: Safeguarding ethical standards

To address the concerns surrounding the diamond trade, the Kimberley Process Certification Scheme (KPCS) was established in 2003. This international initiative aims to prevent conflict diamonds from entering the market and supports the legitimate diamond trade. Through the implementation of stringent regulations and monitoring systems, the Kimberley Process reinforces ethical practices providing consumers with reassurance about the origin of their diamonds. Since the Kimberley Process was established more than 99 % of the global production of rough diamonds are now certified conflict free. The EU (and thereby Denmark) is a member of the Kimberley Process and thereby all rough diamonds coming in to the EU has to come with a Kimberley Certificate.


Investing in a timeless piece of diamond jewellery

Beyond their captivating beauty, diamond jewellery will also hold an investment value. As the supply of natural diamonds diminishes over time, their rarity and enduring appeal contribute to their appreciation in value. Owning a piece of diamond jewellery becomes not only a personal joy but also a good financial decision.