Conflict Free DIAMONDS

In 2002, the UN adopted a system to end the practice of diamond trading for dubious means. The Kimberley Process Certification Scheme outlines the regulations and requirements countries must follow to make sure a diamond is mined and shipped in a humane, legitimate way. Diamonds that meet these regulations are shipped with a Kimberley Process certificate.

When you buy a diamond, the jeweller should be able to provide this certificate — if they can’t, you should be wary of the stone’s origin.

WHAT SETS US APART

Here at Robert Cliff Master Jewellers our select group of diamond suppliers demonstrate a robust chain of custody protocol for their diamonds and have the ability to track and segregate diamonds by country of origin.

These suppliers are required to source diamonds that originate from specific mine operations or specific countries that have demonstrated their commitment to follow internationally recognized labor, trade, and environmental standards.

In a nutshell we only deal with the best and the most trusted mines in the world.

( if it looks dodgy, it is Dodgy)

Stick with the best.

Where we source from

  • Australia – Argyle Diamond Mine
  • Canada – Diavik Diamond Mine
  • Russia – The Mir mine
  • Botswana – Jwaneng Diamond Mine
  • Angola – Catoca Diamond Mine
  • Namibia – De Beers Group Namibian Coast

The Jwaneng Diamond Mine in BotswanA

Argyle Diamond MIne Australia

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