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At I Love Diamonds, we strive towards maintaining exclusivity and providing the finest jewels to all our customers. Hence, utmost importance is given to our jewellery right from the designing to the delivery of the jewellery at your doorstep. Every design of ILD is hand-sketched to perfection and wearable practicality. Various budget points are kept in mind before the design is finally approved.


Every I Love Diamonds product is crafted in 18K gold. After production, every piece of jewellery is sent for hallmarking by government recognized assayers. Each piece of jewellery carries the brand logo as a mark of authenticity.



All ILD products are set with the finest cut diamonds. The value of a diamond is determined by its natural rarity and finished quality. Even experts need powerful analytic tools to detect synthetic treatments and enhancement processes. A certificate clearly discloses the details of any item it accompanies, providing confidence for both the buyer and seller.

Diamonds should only change hands when accompanied by a certificate attesting to its quality. Regardless of location or marketplace, an authentic Laboratory Report is the common language of trust and confidence in the gemological world and should be considered an essential part of any transaction. We take this responsibility very seriously. All products sold at ILD will be accompanied by gemological certificates from internationally recognized laboratories like EGL and SGL.



At ILD, we believe every good design comes to life with the luster that only the finest diamonds and gemstones can bring. We have the most impressive range of gemstones sourced from around the world. Each type of gemstone selected is of the highest grades available in terms of its colour, cut and luster.



Emeralds are fascinating gemstones. They have the most beautiful, intense and radiant green hue that can possibly be imagined. The green of the emerald is the colour of life and of spring time, which comes around again and again. It has also, for centuries, been the colour of beauty and constant love. ILD sources only Zambian emeralds polished and cut by some of the best cutters in India.



Tanzanite is an extraordinary gemstone. It is blue, surrounded by a fine hint of purple, giving it a wonderful hue. Thanks to its unusual aura and the help of New York's renowned jeweller, Tiffany, it has rapidly become one of the most coveted gemstones in the world.

It is named after the East African state of Tanzania, the only place in the world where it has been found. It personifies immaculate, yet unconventional elegance. A person who acquires one of these exclusive gems is someone who wishes to set themselves apart. A person who wears it exudes confidence and individuality. The almost magical colour of a perfectly cut Tanzanite is one that not only suits confident young women; it is also excellently suited to underline the individuality of a mature woman.



Natural Ruby is one of the four “precious” gemstones (besides Diamond, Emerald and Sapphire) known for its rarity, monetary value and hardness (second only to Diamond). The fiery and captivating Ruby is a stone of nobility, considered the most magnificent of all gems, the queen of stones and the stone of kings. According to an ancient belief, it surpassed all other precious stones in virtue and its value. Revered in many cultures throughout history, Ruby has always been a talisman of passion, protection and prosperity. ILD sources Rubies mined from Mozambique, which are cut and polished in Jaipur, India.

Mozambique has recently started producing Rubies which are similar to those of legendary Burmese origin. This origin has become one of the most important sources of Ruby.



Topaz comes from the Greek word "topazion" - a type of gemstone, probably after the Sanskrit word "tapas" - meaning fire, alluding to the brilliance of gem-quality material. Topaz comes in a variety of colours and shades; ILD selects the highest grades in terms of colour and cut from around the world.

Types of Topaz in ILD products

1.  Rainforest Green Topaz


2.  Kashmir Blue Topaz


3.  Blazing Red Topaz


4.  Sky Blue Topaz



Citrine is derived from the French word “Citron”, meaning Lemon. Citrine was revered as a gift from the Sun. It was believed to bring to its wearer, a calm, cheerful and objective attitude. Citrine is found in earthy-tone colours that vary from pure to soft yellow and golden honey to smoky brown.



Derived from the ancient Greek word “Amethysts”, meaning not drunk, Amethyst was believed to protect its wearer from intoxication. February's birthstone, Amethyst is also a suggested gift for one's 6th wedding anniversary. Amethyst belongs to the Quartz family.

African Amethyst - Originating from the continent of Africa, the term usually applies to deeply coloured or darker Amethyst.

Brazilian Amethyst - As the name suggests, comes from Brazil. Brazilian Amethyst is usually of a lighter colour with high luster.


Smoky Quartz

Smoky Quartz, a brown transparent variety is fast becoming a designer’s favourite because of its earthy tone and tribal look. Smoky Quartz is found in many places including Brazil, Bolivia, Argentina, Spain, Germany, Russia, Madagascar and parts of the United States.


Beer Quartz

Beer Quartz is a natural quartz which has been heat treated to produce a yellow/brown colour; the term 'beer' simply describes the colour of the stone.



Comes from the Garnet family. Genuine Rhodolite boasts of a vibrant cranberry colour. Its name is derived from the “Rhododendron” flower that shares a similar hue. It is mainly found in Zimbabwe, Sri Lanka and Kenya.



In ancient Sanskrit writing, Spinel was called the daughter of Ruby. Spinel can be found in Myanmar, Sri Lanka, Tanzania and Tajikistan, a part of the former Soviet Union.


Black Spinel
Black Spinel is one of the rarest Spinels. Spinels are associated with love. Spinel is also thought to encourage passion and increase the duration of one's life. Black Spinel in particular is said to be a protective stone that assists in re-establishing relationships and resolving issues.


Black Onyx

Onyx is a jet black quartz, mystically connected to the month of December. Some believes that Onyx helps enhance self-control and it drives away negativity. Onyx is also thought to draw romance into one's life.


Pink Chalcedony

Pink Chalcedony is pink in colour because of the traces of iron oxide and manganese. Pink Chalcedony enhances inner peace, harmony and self-confidence, especially among women.


Blue Chalcedony

Blue Chalcedony is a clear to translucent stone that is coloured by the traces of iron, titanium, manganese or copper. Blue Chalcedony gives you a feeling of having a lighter heart and an ability to look forward with optimism. It improves self-perception.


White Agate

Agate is one of the oldest stones in the recorded history. Agates attracts strength and also protects individuals from bad dreams, stress and energy drain.



Crystal Pearls by Swarovski are pearls made with a crystal core. Their unparalleled harmonious and lustrous shimmer is achieved using a unique coating technology developed by Swarovski. It is the first production method in the world to combine the quality of a perfect crystal core with the exquisite beauty of a pearl coating. The innovative technology by Swarovski gives the pearl a mysterious glow, which appears to be radiating from within the pearl itself. The strictest quality controls help ensure the absolute flawlessness of each Crystal Pearl.


Crystal Bright Gold Pearl


Crystal Cream Pearl


Swarovski Green

Swarovski’s pure brilliance is cut from Zirconia. Its perfectly saturated fancy diamond colour and unique laser-engraved quality seal brings a unique composition in the crystal.

Pure brilliance cuts are truly a cut above the rest – the exact symmetry and proportions of the cuts maximize brilliance and place Swarovski Zirconia in a class of its own.


Swarovski Red

Swarovski is a leader in producing synthetic gemstones that are natural beauty in several ways. These laboratory-grown rubies boast of a fine colour, no colour zoning and a superb cut.