After all… Ajediam is the famous diamond company, cutter, wholesaler, importer and brand associated with a long established tradition of excellence and proven track record that spreads over three decades.
Ajediam’s CORPORATE CULTURE:
Since the 13th century Rough diamonds were brought to Antwerp by Portuguese shippers.
From then on, it is an Antwerp, (Flanders) Family Heritage to be the best in Art of Cutting & Polishing diamonds.
Ajediam, the brand name associated with excellence...
Over 700 years of Family Heritage has been making Ajediam the best in Art of Cutting & Polishing diamonds of EX EX EX Hearts & Arrows
The shareholders, the board of directors and the cutters of Ajediam are Flemish people with over 30 years of tradition of excellence. Manufacturer of the finest cut, Triple EX, H & A, Ideal Cut and Always ahead…
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Diamond Manufacturer Cutting Polishing Diamonds - Jewelry Creation
The Art of Cutting and Polishing Diamonds
Art is defined by the expression or application of human creative skill and imagination, typically in a visual form such as painting or sculpture, producing works to be appreciated primarily for their beauty or emotional power.
Whereas a Vincent Van Gogh added layers in order to create a painting of extraordinary beauty, a master cutter is an artistic sculptor that carefully removes layers to release the exquisite beauty that is confined within the rough appearance.
Although not everyone will have the same appreciation for fine arts, the astonishing beauty of a cut and polished diamond is consistent and above all undeniable.
The craftsmanship that goes into the complex manufacturing process diamonds requires a very high level of expertise, patience and skill.
Whenever one of the 4 C’s changes other value factors can also be affected.
The challenge of the cutter is to utilize the maximum potential of the diamond in order to achieve the highest value and physical appeal.
Transforming a dull looking and pebble-like rough stone into a radiating gem is nothing less than pure art.
“There is nothing in a caterpillar that tells you it's going to be a butterfly.”
R. Buckminster Fuller
A rough diamond is carefully inspected and the planner decides how the diamond will be sawed or cleaved in order to produce the largest diamond possible with the best clarity, color and proportions.
Once a diamond has been sawed or cleaved, the basic outline of a diamond is formed by cutting into the rough shape.
Polishing is the last stage of the process and gives the diamond its finished dimensions.
Diamonds are polished on a high speed spinning disc that is coated with diamond powder.
The first and main facets of the diamond are polished and a true diamond starts carefully to emerge from its rough state.
This step determines the symmetry of the diamond. Finally, the smaller facets are polished, completing the transformation into the ultimate testimony of nature.