Diamond Zul: Certified Natural Diamond In New Jersey

Diamond Zul: Certified Natural Diamond In New Jersey

In 1985, our family founded a diamond polishing factory in India. Ten years later, we stretched out our arms and began purchasing rough diamonds direct from Israel and Belgium bringing us into the international market polishing rough diamonds in our factories. By 1996, we started to supply polished diamonds to wholesale jewelry manufacturers worldwide. We carry wide varity of Loose Diamonds in black diamonds, blue diamonds, white diamonds, more for solitaire rings, pendants, stud earrings, bracelets.

Location: Alaska - United States
Title: Certified Natural Diamond in New Jersey, Buy Colored Diamonds Online USA
Desc: We carry wide varity of Loose Diamonds in black diamonds, blue diamonds, white diamonds, more for solitaire rings, pendants, stud earrings, bracelets.
 
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