DAZZLING DIAMONDS AT THE BEST PRICESFrom Factory to Finger

At Diamond Factory Dallas we offer you a solution: we have the largest selection of Diamonds at unbelievable prices. That’s because we control every step of the process, from Diamond Factory to Finger. We get our Diamonds directly from the mines, cut them at our facility, design your ring or piece of jewelry according to your specifications, and craft your piece onsite so you can make that perfect proposal.

From loose Diamonds and Engagement Rings to Earrings, Necklaces, and Bracelets, you can trust Diamond Factory Dallas to provide you with customized solutions to all your jewelry needs. Simply let us know what you want in terms of Diamond shape and ring style and we will assist you with finding the piece that maximizes your budget and exceeds your expectations. Our unparalleled service, attention to detail, and high-quality craftsmanship sets us apart from the rest, and your satisfaction is our top priority. Visit our Showroom during operating hours for the exclusive chance to view our Diamond Cutting Factory and see Diamonds being cut by our team of expert Diamond Cutters!

OUR DIAMOND CUTTING NOTORIETY

We offer the best prices in the industry because we provide a full spectrum of Diamond Services. There is no middle-man when you shop with Diamond Factory Dallas – you are shopping directly from the source. In addition to serving our retail customers we also assist retailers and wholesalers, helping to add to the value of your Diamond inventory.

WE PROUDLY PRESENT - OUR DIAMOND CUTTING FACTORYObserve Spectacular Diamond Cutting Live

From Factory to Finger

Planning

Using state-of-the-art technology and years of experience, our Master Diamond Cutter and in-house Graduate Gemologist analyze each stone individually to determine the stone’s potential. The objective of the planning process is to determine how to maximize the value of the stone…
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Sawing

Once the plan for cutting the rough is precisely thought out, the stone moves into the Sawing phase. During this step a laser is used to remove excess material from the primary stone that has been planned out. The material that is removed can sometimes be used to form a secondary, often smaller, stone.

Bruting

Now that the rough stone we wish to work on has been isolated, it goes into our Bruting Room. Round Diamonds always undergo bruting. Sometimes fancy shaped Diamonds do too but often they skip this step. Bruting is when the diamond is cut to achieve the ideal round shape.

Polishing

Polishing is the stage where the rough Diamond turns into the shiny Diamond you are used to seeing in stores. This step can last from a few days to weeks depending on how complex the stone is. Polishing the stone happens in phases and at Diamond Factory Dallas we have Diamond Cutters who focus on each of these steps – the main facets, stars, top halves, and bottom halves.

Inspection

Once the Diamond is cut it is placed in acid to remove residue and clean the stone in preparation for its final inspection. Before every stone leaves the Factory and gets set in a piece of jewelry to be sold, our Master Diamond Cutter examines it to ensure it meets or exceeds our company standards.

Final product

The final step is setting the Diamond. It takes precision and skills to set a Diamond in any piece of jewelry. The completed product then makes its way to our Showroom, where you can purchase it. As you can see, from the Rough Diamond to the Finished Piece, we control the entire process. There is no middle man. Having full control from start to finish allows us to keep prices low and deliver extraordinary quality products.

Planning

Using state-of-the-art technology and years of experience, our Master Diamond Cutter and in-house Graduate Gemologist analyze each stone individually to determine the stone’s potential. The objective of the planning process is to determine how to maximize the value of the stone. A lot of factors are examined and taken into account when determining how to cut the Diamond such as weight loss and color loss. 3D models, high-power microscopes, photographs, and scans are analyzed carefully before the rough diamond even goes into the factory to begin cutting.

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