Monaco Diamonds by VITALE 1913

Diamonds in Monaco represent a niche market where investors can see an excellent opportunity to grow their wealth. In Monaco, diamonds are not so common, but VITALE 1913 is the perfect place to reach out if you want to diversify your assets. VITALE 1913 is a fine jewelry brand well-established in Monaco with significant diamond trading expertise for five generations.

Alberto Domenico Vitale, the owner of VITALE 1913, owns and benefits from a diamond buying office in Antwerp, Belgium’s most significant diamond trading bourse, with a solid team of expert buyers. 

VITALE 1913 is yet able to offer Monaco diamonds as an investment. Alberto Vitale always seeks the best Monaco diamonds for his clients, with the best value for money. His Monaco diamonds are all certified by HRD (Antwerp Jewelry Report) or GIA (Gemological Institute of America). They’re all-natural stones, meaning non-heated, and can offer various ways of investment. The Monaco diamonds proposed by VITALE 1913 can be long-term or short-term investments. Suppose you’re looking for Monaco diamonds for a long-term investment. In that case, VITALE 1913 will assist you with high-quality services to transport your Monaco diamonds where you want, worldwide. VITALE 1913 can also suggest storing your Monaco diamonds in a safe in Monaco to ensure your investment will be well guarded. 

Concerning the second option of investment, short-term, VITALE 1913 offers to invest in a Monaco diamond they already have in stock and can provide investors with a creative investment project. The first step consists in choosing a Monaco diamond in stock according to their budget. Then, investors can create a unique design for themselves to bring value to their stone and enjoy their investment. Or they can participate in a design project VITALE 1913 is doing with famous designers, using colored diamonds as center stones, ideal to invest in and to produce a new collection that aims to be sold at auctions. 

VITALE 1913 can also research diamonds according to your criteria and the 4C: color, carat weight, cut, and clarity. 

Moreover, if it is something you like, but you have no idea about the diamond criteria, the team will be glad to give you the best advice regarding Monaco diamonds. Alberto Vitale even used to organize masterclasses about Monaco diamonds to provide clients with the basics knowledge helped by certified gemologists and educate people who desired to know more about Monaco diamonds.

Furthermore, transparency is a challenging question in the diamond sector. Diamonds are not easy to master as many laws and issues are linked to the origin and transparency regarding these rare stones. Diamonds have been torn between the received ideas and the bad working conditions in mines. However, industry giants implemented good practices to restore the image of an industry that has not always been as shining as these diamonds. 

Fortunately, VITALE 1913 emphasizes ethics and ensures that every Monaco diamond is conflict-free and certified by the Kimberly Process (KP). The KP unites administrations, civil societies, and industry in reducing the flow of conflict diamonds, meaning “rough diamonds used to finance wars against governments” – worldwide.

Getting to know more about diamonds

Diamonds are the hardest natural substance on earth; the only thing that can scratch a diamond is another diamond. Their atomic structure gives their hardness and unique powers of light reflection: diamonds are made up of pure carbon atoms. Since diamonds are composed of a single element, they are the purest of all gemstones. 

The oldest diamonds are believed to have been crystallized deep within the earth’s crust around 3 billion years ago; exposed to intense heat and pressure over billions of years, diamonds have been forced to the earth’s surface through volcanic eruptions.

Due to the extreme environment required for them to form, they are sporadic, making them even more valuable and sought after.

India was the world’s first source of diamonds in the 1400s, selling diamonds in Venice and other European trade centers.

In the 1700s, its diamond supplies declined, and Brazil became the world’s primary source of diamonds until the late 1800s, when a massive diamond reserve was discovered in South Africa. Today, diamonds are mined in many parts of the world, but less than 20% of diamonds mined are considered gem-quality and can be used in jewelry.