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The Pyramid Collection.
A collaboration with
Diamonds DeCanada

In 2022 I was fortunate enough to travel to Canada's Northwest Territories, the worlds third largest diamond producing area, generating 18.6 million carats of rough diamonds. While there, I saw Ekati Diamonds mine, as well as Diavik mine. I also visited the Diamond de Canada factory, where rough diamonds from Canadian diamond mines are cut and polished. I met the wonderful Ben King, and his wife, Lyssa, and of course, the first thing I noticed about her....was this incredible diamond ring she was wearing! It was unlike anything I had ever seen before, and I knew I wanted one immediately!

Fast forward to today, and not only am I the owner of one of these rings, but I am thrilled to be able to bring them to you! So what is a Pyramid Diamond? The most common shape for rough diamonds is the Octahedron, which looks like to pyramids sitting back to back.  Diamonds de Canada had used the top of an octahedron rough to make the ring that I saw Lyssa wearing, and it was the coolest thing I had ever seen! A natural diamond, that comes from the mines I had visited, set beautifully, showcasing its natural beauty!

Please Note:

  • All products are sourced from Canadian diamond mines, and are NATURAL, certified diamonds.

  • Diamonds are available in different colors. Prices on the website are for white diamonds, but there is  beautiful rich brown available too, at a lower price. Please email me at for pricing requests on brown diamonds.

  • Pendants, rings, and earrings come in small, medium, and large sizes.

  • All items are available in platinum or 14kt Gold,

  • Kindly note your ring size in your order. If you don't know it, we will ship your item and any local jeweler will be able to size it for you.

  • Prices include shipping and handling.

  • Items ship in 3-4 weeks.

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