The way we work

We get a kick out of delivering diamonds that many
others in this trade will tell you are impossible to cut.
At Eurostone, this is what we do best. The question
we most often hear is: “Can you do this?”

The way we work

Eurostone doesn’t just cut diamonds.
Each diamond we cut has been conceived
in the creative mind of our customer.

Our Philosophy

You’ve found us! That is a great start. Now let’s get to know each other. After a first introduction, we will take a look at your designs and their specs. The more details you provide, the better we will be able to come up with solutions.

Of course, we have a great reputation to keep up and like to be careful. Just like you want to do some due diligence with a new supplier, we do the same with a new client.

Our Integrity

First of all, confidentiality is a sine-qua-non
in our book.
Our clients need to trust us blindly since by
the design of our relationship, you are or will be
sharing confidential and highly valuable info.

From our office infrastructure, information
Technology security, to each and every person
that will have access to your information
during the execution of your order.

Looking closely at every single detail of your design

Emerald

A rectangular or square step-cut with diagonally cut corners and between two and four rows of facets parallel to the girdle, which are located on both the crown and the pavillion. The shape is more commonly used with emeralds, but it also is a popular diamond cut.

Baguette

A usually small, rectangular top, square step-cut diamond. Baguettes are commonly used as side stones in diamond and colored gemstone jewelry pieces, as well as in watch dials, bezels and bracelets .

Pear

The pear shape is derived from the round brilliant cut. It features 56 facets and its girdle outline resembles the shape of a pear or teardrop.

Princess

A brilliant cut, with staight cut (sharp) corners that counts 57 facets. The shape is often used in invisibly set jewelry and in watch faces and bracelets.

Care

A square-shaped step cut, with staight cut (sharp) corners.

Taper

When a baguette is cut in a tapered manner, it is called a taper, i.e. a tapered baguette. They are often used as side stones in diamond and colored gemstone jewelry pieces, as as well as in watch designs.

Our Accountability

Eurostone’s CEO Pini Netzer is a veteran member of the Israel Diamond Exchange,one of the 28 bourses affiliated with the World Federation of Diamond Bourses (WFDB).
He is also a member of the Israel Diamond Manufacturers Association. Pini therefore carefully upholds the rules and regulations of these bodies.

Discover our work

We invite you to take a look at the magic process
of cutting of diamonds at Eurostone.