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From the depths of over 150 kilometres beneath Canada’s North West Territories, a shiny 2.58ct diamond was born to the Ekati Mine. Fast forward, the diamond now sits pretty as a 1.08ct cushion cut in a romantic hand fabricated yellow gold ring made by our friend and client, Elana Ginsberg of K&Co Bespoke.
We know it is obvious, but for those who haven’t caught on, our name comes from a celebration of diamonds that don’t fall into the regular grading system. These Misfit diamonds are stones with spice, individuality, and character. They are anything but typical, making them an excellent alternative diamond choice for the bride who likes to challenge traditional norms.
Inclusions in diamonds are one of the ways we set them apart. Although purer diamonds have traditionally been considered of higher value, there is almost a generic element to consider since they all look relatively the same to the naked eye. No magnification is required to appreciate Mother Nature’s artistry in these alternative diamonds, and their individuality is easily recognizable. The spectrum of variation that rustic diamonds offer provides mystery and fascination to gem geeks and casual consumers alike.