Her great-grandfather was a diamond cutter. Her husband’s great-great-grandfather was a diamond miner. Now, she designs their line of conflict-free gold and diamond jewelry, while he manages the shop and production in Cape Town, South Africa.
The jewelry is designed in-house using CAD technology; the artwork is then sent to the workshop to be produced into jewelry – employing thirty-five artisans. Every diamond is placed by hand and the jewelry is hand-polished. It takes about ten days to make each piece.