Daniel Christopher Jewellery are delighted to announce that we have added the '2023 NAJ Team of the Year' to last years ‘Independent Fine Jeweller of the Year’ at the Professional Jeweller Awards and ‘Bespoke Jewellery Retailer of the Year’ at the Retail Jewellery Awards.

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Loose Diamonds

Loose Diamonds

As long established London diamond merchants, we hold a large stock of high quality diamonds, as well as having access to a huge inventory of stones through our established relationships with other diamond merchants throughout the world. Search our current available stock below, or contact us if you cant find what you’re looking for.

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Round Brilliant Cut

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The modern Round Brilliant Cut diamond is the most brilliant and popular of diamond shapes. Cut with 57 or 58 facets is has been designed to produce maximum scintillation, brilliance and fire

Cushion Cut

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The cushion cut, often referred to as Brilliant Cushion, or Modified Brilliant Cushion are a square stone with rounded corners. If you would like to see the differences, or get a further explanation please contact us to book a consultation.

Oval Cut Diamond

The oval cut diamond is an elongated version of the round brilliant cut and has had a huge surge in popularity over the last decade. The diamond itself appears larger for its carat weight than most other shapes but still exhibits high levels of brilliance

Emerald Cut Diamond

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The Emerald cut diamond is one of the earliest diamond shapes and is still greatly loved today. It is a rectangular shape with cut corners, and 'step-cut' pavilion facets define its distinctive shape which highlights the clarity of the stone.

Princess Cut Diamond

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The princess cut is amongst the most popular of diamonds shapes. It is square with 57 or 76 facets, and is the most brilliant and contemporary of square shaped diamonds

Pear Shaped Diamond

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The Pear Shape, or Tear Drop diamond is beautiful and versatile, working perfectly in an engagement ring, or diamond pendant. Derived from the Briolette cut, it has been used in jewellery since the 1900's.

Radiant Cut Diamond

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The Radiant cut diamond is a hybrid of a round, princess cut and emerald cut and hence is a popular cut in most types of jewellery. Usually elongated can also be square.

Marquise Cut Diamond

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The Marquise, or Navette cut diamond, comprises of 58 facets with 33 on top, with 25 on the pavilion, and works perfectly to elongate the finger of the wearer. The number of facets can vary depending on the variation but the outline shape will stay the same.

Asscher Cut Diamond

The Asscher Cut, or Square Emerald Cut diamond is a square cut diamond with angular corners originating back to the 1800's. Like the emerald cut its 'step-cut' pavilion facets define its distinctive shape which highlights the clarity of the stone.