Congratulations on your milestones - be it a proposal, a recent promotion to the board, or the arrival of a new baby - celebrate it with a beautiful diamond for a lifetime and from generation to generation. Bee's Diamonds' professional diamond associates or specialists will start your search by equipping you with knowledge on diamonds and guide you through the selection, design, and production of an engagement ring. To start, read about diamonds' 4Cs and grading factors here, or schedule a complimentary consultation with our diamond specialists. You can also watch and learn the basics to appreciating a diamond from a recent TV interview of Bee's Diamonds gemologists on Trend TV.
After you find your ideal diamond, it is time to decide on a ring design. Every ring is tailor-made to suit the size, shape and fire of each diamond to maximize its shine, brilliance and durability. All rings is hand-crafted by highly experienced goldsmiths and artisans in Bee's Diamonds Hong Kong workshop. Our delicate craftmenship ensures that diamonds are mounted by its girdle so that light can shine through from all angles. Thickness of each prong and shrank are meticulously calculated. All jewellery pass our Quality Assurance Test.
The fineness of gold used to set a piece of jewellery plays an integral role in its durability. At Bee's Diamonds, we use the purest forms of gold in our jewellery, consisting of either 18K gold or platinum. All jewellery bear a mark indicating the fineness of gold content, accompanied by a detailed receipt stating the content.
The standard of fineness for 18K Gold is 750. This refers to the gold content being 75% gold and 25% being other gold alloys, including palladium and silver. 18K Gold jewellery can appear in white (silvery), black, purple, blue or even rose-colours. It is most commonly seen in white gold because of its strength to withstand normal wear and tear due to its rhodium plating which is extremely hard and it minimizes the jewellery’s vulnerability to scratches. All of our tailor-made rings are nickel-free.
For customers who may have slight risk of skin allergies towards the gold alloys used in 18K gold, we recommend setting your diamond onto platinum which is a dense, malleable, ductile precious, gray-white transition metal. The majority of platinum jewellery is 95% pure platinum combined with 5% iridium, palladium, ruthenium or other alloys. Although platinum is hard in nature, it is also extremely ductile and malleable which is not recommended for setting jewellery with refined details or with a valuable center diamond. Platinum is also vulnerable to daily wear and tear and can be susceptible to scratches resulted from constant contacts with hard surfaces.