WHY GRANDIS JEWELLERS SHOULD BE YOUR JEWELLER
GRANDIS JEWELLERS GOES THE EXTRA MILE FOR THEIR CLIENTS
Or in this case 6,231km to be exact! Each year Reg and Maureen Grandis travel to Antwerp Belgium to purchase diamonds. Antwerp is the “diamond capitol of the world” where more than 80% of the world’s diamonds are cut, polished and sold. This unique diamond market provides the 2 gemmologists the opportunity to select from diamonds of unmatched quantity, quality and value in a single location.
BUYING DIRECT SAVES MONEY
They have been doing this for several years and have developed very close business relationships as well as personal friendships with some of the best diamond cutters in the world. By dealing directly with the cutters in Antwerp they are able to buy diamonds with no middle-men or brokers involved. This provides incremental value by eliminating several levels of normal distribution channels. They save money and pass the savings on to their clients. Grandis diamonds are often 20 to 30% less than a typical Canadian retailer and because they are hand picked by the Grandis gemmologists the diamonds are noticeably brighter.
Reg and Maureen have graded thousands of diamonds and have developed a keen eye for picking diamonds of superior fire and brilliance. In Antwerp they search for diamonds of exceptional beauty. They spend hours examining “same-cert” parcels to find the perfect diamond that stands out from the rest. In fact less than 2% of the diamonds they see get to be a “Grandis” diamond. This method of buying yields some amazing values and this year was no exception. “We found several parcels of very interesting 1 carat rounds that were just beautiful. We now have over 50 diamonds in our inventory that are 1 carat or larger. You’ll never find a better selection!”
“In Antwerp, we are literally shopping for you at the source. This year we found some amazing values. THERE HAS NEVER BEEN A BETTER TIME TO BUY A DIAMOND!”
A million dollar diamond.
Searching for treasures in the buying rooms
Watching a diamond being cut.