Kama Schachter is introducing an exquisite collection of bridal and fashion jewellery that captures the beauty and grace of Italian design motifs, while featuring spectacular colour-enhanced natural diamonds in hues of soft pink and vivid yellow.
It is a breakthrough technology –exclusive to Kama Schachter – that results in colour-enhanced diamonds that rival the beauty of the most expensive fancy-coloured diamonds at a fraction of the cost.
“Until now, very few women had access to fancy coloured diamonds. They were simply too rare to be affordable.” said Katherine Rosenberg, VP/Creative Director for Kama Schachter. “Now – thanks to a stunning technological innovation – The Fiamma Collection brings beautiful, aspirational diamonds within easy reach of fashion-conscious women everywhere.”
Kama Schachter utilizes a patented, colour enhancement process developed by US-based Serenity Technologies. The process consists of treating the pavilion side of white diamonds with an ion induction, synthetic overgrowth colour treatment that substantially enhances a diamond’s colour appearance.
The Fiamma Collection features soft pink and vibrant yellow colour-enhanced diamonds set in 14-karat gold, accented by natural white diamonds. The jewellery designs are a romantic expression of individual style – a perfect complement to any woman’s collection of diamond jewellery and to any premium white diamond retail offering.
“Naturally coloured diamonds are magnificent in beauty, but prohibitively expensive-from $10,000 to $100,000 per carat. However, Fiamma colour-enhanced diamonds will reproduce the beauty of fancy coloured diamonds for $750 to $2500 per carat” explained Mr. Colin Shah, MD & CEO, Kama Schachter Jewellery.
The Fiamma Collection, unveiled at JCK in Las Vegas last month, includes rings, earrings and pendants.
Headquartered in Mumbai, Kama Schachter is one of the largest manufacturers and exporters of diamond jewellery in Asia. The company is a supplier to some of the world’s leading retailers with a global presence that extends from India to Israel, the United States, Japan and Germany.