Bakker Diamonds - Custom Made Jewellery
Beautiful Diamond Wedding Rings and Bands in Brisbane
At Bakker Diamonds, we offer the integrity and expertise that you would expect from a premium jeweller. You can trust us to provide you with a professional consultation, expert advice and deliver an impeccable product every time. We specialise in creating custom made diamond weddings rings and bands in Brisbane, so contact us to create your special piece today.
Our jewellery is truly one of a kind as we create each piece custom for each individual client. A wholesale diamond merchant and award-winning boutique manufacturing jeweller, we handle every part of the process.
Experienced jewellers you can trust
With over 35 years of experience in the industry, we have the extensive experience and knowledge needed to offer you a premium experience. Founder and expert jeweller Peter Bakker will be able to guide you through the process and create something truly unique that fits your style and budget. Also working within your timeframes, we deliver the results you are after efficiently and at a reasonable cost. We also specialise in creating a range of sapphire and ruby jewellery.
Passionate about educating clients about diamonds and gems, we value collaborating closely with you to understand exactly what you are after so your final product is perfect. Peter’s expertise in finding the perfect stone as well as then designing and manufacturing the final piece, is unparalleled in the jewellery market. Find out more about us here.
Best quality guaranteed
Instead of a flashy shop with pushy sales assistants or flashy advertising, enjoy the relaxing experience of visiting our workshop and unique showroom where you can relax. Learn about diamonds from an expert and have a private consultation with the person who is going to be designing and manufacturing your piece of jewellery to make sure you get exactly what you want.
At Bakker Diamonds, we are open by appointment only to ensure you have a quality experience with us. You can call us on (07) 3252 3252 or you can also email us directly at email@example.com and we will get back to you as soon as possible regarding your special diamond wedding ring or band.
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Diamonds may, as they are forming deep within the Earth, include other foreign materials which become trapped within the pure crystallised carbon. Also, some carbon atoms may not be converted into diamond crystal, unlike their surrounds. These may appear as tiny almost invisible flecks, feathers or marks or in the case of heavily ‘included’ stone may be obvious to the naked eye. These marks, large or small, can be described as ‘birth marks’ or fingerprints and make a diamond wonderfully unique. Unless specifically requested by a client, Bakker Diamonds will not sell a stone that has visible inclusions…….our preferred clarity grades are from VVS through to SI.
At the top of the clarity scale is ‘F’ or flawless, and this simply put, means no internal inclusions or external blemishes are visible under a jeweller’s hand-lens magnification. The fewer the inclusions, the clearer and more brilliant the diamond. At the bottom end of the scale is Pique grade 3, Pique a French word meaning ‘marked’ or in this case “included” (I3).
Slight inclusions within a diamond do not reduce its durability or affect its beauty.
This internationally recognised scale states the rarest and most valuable colour of a diamond is ‘D’ or colourless. Most diamonds we sell fall between D and H colour range while most rough diamond material mined has a very slight yellow, brown or grey colour. Apart from fancy coloured diamonds (pink etc), absolute white (D colourless) is the best and rarest colour nature offers. As we look down the scale, the colour drops to a slight straw colour of yellow and onto an obvious yellow. Most customers are seeking to achieve the best value for money and this is why the most popular colours chosen are from E through to H ( the straw colour begins at colour I ). The range EFG tends to offer very nice white material and suits most people. Those prepared to spend more may venture into the top D colour. Once again, this quality plays an important part in the valuing of a diamond. The more yellow the stone the more available and less valuable. Most diamonds viewed in jewellery windows today would fall somewhere between ‘F’ to ‘I’ colour.
Carat is simply the international weight measurement used when weighing gemstones. This is not to be confused with ‘gold karatage’ describing gold purity eg 9 carat, 14 carat, 18 carat etc.
A one carat gemstone is equivalent to 200 milligrams. One carat is divided into 100 points therefore a 1/2 carat diamond is described as .5 of a carat, or 50 points, or a ½ carater.
The heavier the diamond, the rarer it will be within the marketplace, however the other qualities must also be considered for it to be compared and than valued. For example a 2 carat diamond with very, very slight inclusions (VVS) is rarer and more expensive than a 2 carat slightly included (SI ) stone.
Fluorescence is a characteristic that makes some diamonds appear to change colour when they are exposed to ultraviolet light.