LVNA DIAMONDS & GOLD
We only carry 100% Genuine Earth-Mined (Natural) Diamonds and Solid Karat Gold. Only the real deal at LVNA By Drake Dustin Jewelry.
We don’t sell gold plated or fashion jewelry. Only the real ones with gold metal purity of 14kt, 18kt, 21kt, 24kt all in international standards metal formulas.
ARE THEY PAWNABLE?
All real diamonds & gold should be pawnable. Pawn value would depend on the pawnshop institution, but please do note that they are not jewelry appraisers. Only licensed and graduate jewellery appraisers are the only legitimate entities who can appraise a true market value of precious stones and metals.
ARE THEY GIA CERTIFIED?
GIA certificates are only issued per solid single diamond with sizes of 0.30ct and above not per total carat weight (cttw/tcw). Most of our ready-made jewelries are composed of several melee (tiny) diamonds which does not qualify for GIA. We do have a lot of GIA certified diamonds 0.30ct to 15ct available for custom made jewelry orders.
We do issue official store receipts on all our jewelry products and Jewelry Identification Certificates for every purchase.
We offer free use of our high-grade diamond testers in all our stores for all our products.
Only the real deal at LVNA. 100% MONEY BACK GUARANTEE!
All ready-made diamond jewelry items and loose diamonds are sourced from manufacturers who acquire these precious stones ethically. LVNA certifies that all of its diamonds are bought on the basis of written guarantees produced by its suppliers which are in compliance with the Kimberley Process.
LVNA, strongly attached to the ethics, respects human rights, universal civil liberties and fundamental freedoms beyond local habits and is committed to assuring the integrity of our sources and maintaining the highest standards of social and environmental responsibility.
LVNA obtains diamonds only from those countries which are full participants of the Kimberley Process Certification Scheme (KPCS). It is an international cooperative monitoring system created to discuss the ways to eliminate the flow of “conflict diamonds” in the import and export of rough diamonds. The Kimberley Process requires its members to tightly control that diamond purchases do not finance violence by rebel movements.
The Kimberley Process started when Southern African diamond-producing states met in Kimberley, South Africa, in May 2000 and has been in force since 2003. It is open to all countries and as of 2013, it has 54 participants, representing 81 countries all around the world from the European Union to United States. It is a civil society initiative and implements the requirements of preventing the flow of conflict diamonds coming from conflict zones, defined as such by the United Nations.
The Kimberley Process Certification Scheme (KPCS) guarantees that each rough diamond that crosses an international border between two signing countries are ”conflict-free”.
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