Laurelton Diamonds, a wholly owned subsidiary of Tiffany & Co. and supplier to the famous jeweler, will be holding tenders of rough as well as polished goods in Antwerp during the month of January. The tender of rough and sawn goods gets underway on Tuesday, January 8 at the Antwerp Diamond Tender Facility located in the Antwerp World Diamond Centre building, Belgium, and will continue until Thursday, January 17. The tender will include a selection of white and Cape Rough parcels in sizes from +5cts to -7 in regular and high quality assortments in Cts and Grs. It will also feature a range of White Sawn Kaps offered in sized parcels from +3gr to -5 in mixed qualities.
Laurelton Diamonds' tender of polished diamonds gets underway today in New York, where they will be holding the first viewings through January 9, and will continue in Antwerp on Tuesday, January 15 through January 22. The tender will include a selection of Single GIA certified stones and grouped lots of GIA certified and non-certified polished diamonds. These include round and fancy shapes in sizes ranges from caraters to melee. The polished tender will also feature a range of yellow polished diamonds in a variety of shapes and sizes.
Established in 2002, Laurelton ensures the integrity and high quality of Tiffany’s diamonds through strict control of a global supply chain that sources, cuts, polishes and supplies finished stones to Tiffany & Co. The company typically holds four tenders annually of rough goods that fall outside the parameters of its goods destined for Tiffany's, and periodic sales of polished diamonds.
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