Diversity. It’s the face of the world today. And it’s an integral part of the diamond industry, too.
In 1988, a group of diamantaires and IT specialists joined forces to realize a new vision indiamond and gemstone manufacturing. This was the moment Sarine was born, one of the firststartups in what was to become the “Startup Nation” of Israel. In the 30 years since, Sarine hastransformed from startup to global leader in the[…]
In breaking the frontiers of the diamond industry, from manufacturing to retail, technology must strive to reach beyond what it can do today, to the potential of what it can achieve tomorrow.
In recent years, Sarine Technologies has expanded its reach in the diamond and jewellery industry throughout China. In 2018, Sarine opened a new Galaxy service center in Sha Wan Jewellery Park, in the Panyu District of Guangzhou. Sarine is very proud to work with outstanding diamond and jewellery brands in China, including Love &[…]
Shopping for a diamond is not what it used to be. As technology impacts the consumer world, diamond buyers are looking for more: more information, more accuracy, more transparency, and more engagement.
A diamond is laden with emotional and economic significance, yet more than anything else, it is a visual experience. A diamond’s beauty is not just symbolic - it is very real. It is a result of the diamond’s individual 4Cs features, as well as the way it interacts with light - its ‘light performance’. It is also a consequence of[…]
There's a new trend in the diamond industry that you may have heard about. It's called the 'Diamond Journey'. It's the story of the way a rough diamond is transformed to a polished diamond, which now waits patiently in the jewelry store display for its destined owner.