Materials & Quality
Materials & Quality
At Louise Find Fine Jewellery we use the finest materials when creating our pieces. We care about quality and are therefore careful when choosing materials for our collections.
Today, gemstones are associated with luxury and are used as a piece of art to embellish oneself with. Gemstones have a long history as an object of human fascination, and can be track back to the old civilizations like the Roman Empire and Ancient Egypt. Louise Find uses high quality gemstones as Diamonds, Smoky Quartz, Aventurine, Onyx and Amethyst in creating timeless pieces of jewellery.
The smoky quartz is a clear quartz with a range of grayish brown colors. This gem is found on several continents as Europe, North-America and Australia.
Amethyst is a crystalline quartz with a color ranging from different shades of purple or lilac. The stone has the special ability to changing color-shade regarding in what angle you look at it. The stone has been located in different parts of the world like Brazil, Canada and Russia.
Onyx is a type of microcrystalline quartz, and the color can be brown and white or black and white, with straight bands. The gem can be found worldwide.
The Green Aventurine quartz colors vary by the nature of the crystal inclusions of the quartz. The inclusions result in green, brown bluish white or orange varieties. The stone has been found in Brazil, India, Russia USA, Japan and Tanzania.
Diamond is the hardest mineral on Earth, and the highest prized of all gems. Colorless diamonds are the most valuable, but the color can range from yellow and brown, to blue, pink, red and black, depending on the impurities presented. For Louise Find diamonds are not just diamonds -therefore, we only uses the highest quality. To ensure this we use of the universal method of assessing the quality of diamonds: the 4 Cs. The 4 Cs represent Cut, Color, Clarity and Carat weight, which combined grades the value of the diamond.
Our Internal Flawless River diamond presents a brilliant cut, which ensures that maximum light shines out-through the front and creates a star bright reflection. The brilliant cut represents the highest score on the cut scale.
The color grading scale goes from a range of D-Z, where D and E represent colorless diamonds, which are the most valuable on the market. The most desired diamond starts at D, that clear as a water drop, followed by E that is used by Louise Find.
Diamond clarity assesses the absence of inclusions. Our Internal Flawless diamonds contains no inclusions, only blemishes are visible to a skilled grader using 10x magnification.
The last C represent carat weight which is used to determine the weight of a diamond. 1 carat is 200 mg (0.2). Most of our jewellery contains the Internally Flawless River Diamond with a weight of 0.005 ct.
GOLD & SILVER
Gold is measured by a 24-karat scale where 24K pure gold is 999.9‰. All our golden jewellery is made of 18K which contains 750 ‰ gold.
For our silver jewellery, the pieces are made of 925‰ sterling silver.