Discover the month of diamonds
To honour the most desired gemstone in the world – The Diamond, and being the birthstone of April. Cerrone are exclusively offering unprecedented access to a large range of supreme quality white diamonds, as well as beautiful Australian pink and yellow diamonds.
During the month of April only, couples are invited by appointment in Sydney and Melbourne boutiques to view these rare diamonds and discuss how Cerrone can make their dream engagement ring into reality.
Cerrone is also pleased to introduce The Nicola Cerrone Signature Engagement Ring Collection. Crafted in the Cerrone workshop, the largest handmade jewellery workshop in Australia, The collection features unique style with a twist on modern design and impeccable craftsmanship while using the highest quality diamonds.
“When I am designing a piece of jewellery for someone, it is definately a collaboratively effort. I do not think about what I like, I draw inspiration from my clients, always ensuring every piece is unique and different. – NICOLA CERRONE
View by clicking- Nicola Cerrone Signature Collection
Book an appointment to visit one of our boutiques to view the exclusive range of diamonds
Plan the perfect proposal with your Cerrone engagement ring
Saturday – 27th April – you will have the opportunity to have a private consultation with my proposal co. in our Leichhardt boutique.
My proposal co. is a customised, creative and confidential service specialising in luxury marriage proposals.
When booking your appointment with us, please advise if you would like to have a private consultation with my proposal co. at our Leichhardt boutique.
“The Four C’s” is a term commonly used when discussing diamonds and it refers to the four most important attributes of a diamond – Carat Weight, Colour, Clarity and Cut.
The international unit of weight measurement used for diamonds.
A diamond’s absence of tint colour is graded on a scale from D (Colourless) to Z (Tinted colour). Colourless diamonds (D – F) will reflect more natural light colour and are considered more valuable.
Diamonds can contain external or internal imperfections known as blemishes and inclusions. Clarity is evaluated on the degree of which these imperfections are visible. Diamond imperfections are often difficult to see with the naked eye, however significant imperfections may affect brilliance.
The cut grade is considered the most important factor of a diamond’s beauty and brilliance. A diamond’s cut will affect how it handles light as it reflects and refracts to the eye. The diamond shape comes down to preference.
Traditionally the round brilliant is the most sort after cut of diamond due to its and shape and number of facets.