Natural Industrial Diamonds Supplier Since 1927
When it comes to a custom diamond assortment, turn to none other than Lieber & Solow. We will work with you to bring you the diamonds that you want. With a headquarters right in New York City, we have been operating in the diamond industry since 1927. Over the years, Lieber & Solow has become one of the world’s leading suppliers of natural industrial diamonds. We proudly supply a full line of materials to diamond tool manufacturers across the globe. Our staff has generations of experience behind us, making us your trusted go-to supplier for all things industrial diamonds.
For more information about the diamonds we have to offer, please reach out to us today. We will get back to you as soon as possible. You can reach our office us by dialing 212-354-4060. When you call, we can discuss what it is you want in terms of industrial diamonds, as well as go over the various price points for the diamonds. A knowledgeable representative will get you the information you want. Get a custom diamond assortment that works for you!
Define Parameters for Custom Diamond Assortment
When you are choosing an assortment for your custom diamond, you have the ability to define your own parameters. Hence the word “custom” in the assortment. However, this does mean that you need to make some decisions about what you want and how you want it. Here is what needs to be defined before moving forward with your custom diamond assortment:
- Formations Required
- Size Required
- Quality Required
- Quantity Required
To further refine a requirement, we offer reasonable selection pricing determined by the percentage of stones selected by the toolmaker. This ensures that what custom assortment you choose for your diamond it meets your price point!
Different Diamond Shapes
When it comes to the shape of a diamond, there are three faceting styles that all diamonds shapes are based on. These styles are:
- the round brilliant
- the step cut
- the princess cut
Then, within each of these facets comes another subset of shapes. Round edged diamond shapes are based on the round brilliant. Some popular examples are the pear, oval, cushion and marquise. Its facets are arranged in a pattern radiating outward to the girdle outline. This results in a strong burst of brilliance.
Then there are straight edged shapes, which are based on the step cut. The emerald cut is a popular form of this shape. With a step cut, their facets are arranged in a step-like manner parallel to the girdle outline. The diamonds display an icy clear brilliance with this shape.
The princess cut is a square variation of the brilliant cut.
We understand that selecting the custom diamond assortment is a personal choice. Each diamond cut has its own unique set of characteristics that you may be drawn to. The shape you ultimately select is a reflection of your own personality and sense of style. So it is a pretty important decision, which is why we will work with you every step of the way!