Wolf Diamonds

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(713) 439-7486
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Wolf Diamonds is the premier jeweler near the Galleria. We want to provide an extraordinary experience while shopping for the special engagement ring you are looking for in Houston. Our level of customization for our customers and the experience you get while working with us to craft your diamond ring far exceeds any experience at a regular jewelry store. Our custom jewelry designs come at the highest quality of cut at a price that works for you. Schedule a consult with our custom jewelry designers today and experience why we are known for "the Wolf Experience".

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  • About Us

    Simply Put. We source the finest cut diamonds in the world with color and clarities that we believe are the best value. We offer one on one private appointments only. Every Wolf Diamond is GIA Certified. We believe diamond buying doesn't have to be difficult. At Wolf Diamonds, we strive to provide you with an experience that is different from and better than other diamond retailers when purchasing your engagement ring or special piece. We value quality and aim to sell the best product available. We value education because we believe you should know exactly what you're buying. We value transparency and always disclose all the information available for every diamond we sell. At Wolf Diamonds, we only sell diamonds that have been graded by the most conservative third party labs, such as GIA and AGS. We value a fair deal. As private office brokers, we don't need to pass on high overhead and management costs to our customers. Therefore, our prices are almost always lower than those of other diamond retailers. On the other hand, we don't advertise bargain basement discounts because the quality is never cheap.

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  • Grading & Certification

    To better serve our clients we have chosen GCAL as the exclusive grader for the Wolf Collection. In addition to applying strict color and clarity standards, based on traditional GIA grading, GCAL enforces a much higher standard in analysis and grading of Cut Quality. Zero Tolerance GCAL is also the only diamond grading company with a "Zero Tolerance" Consumer Grading Guarantee that will provide cash-back for any error in grading or identification of the certified diamond. Wolf is Ethical With no other laboratory offering this guarantee, including GIA, our conclusion is that GCAL is currently delivering the most ethical and value-safe choice for Wolf clients. Responsible Grading Every Wolf laboratory-grown diamond has been graded by the IGI or GCAL. Why not GIA? The GIA does not offer normal services for Laboratory-Grown diamonds. They are identified as “colorless” or “near-colorless,” without precise grading conclusions about color or clarity.

  • Diamond Cut

    The whole purpose in faceting a diamond is to reflect light. How well this is done fuels a diamond’s fire, sparkle and brilliance. Why is Cut often overlooked? Despite its importance, Cut is the least discussed and the least understood of the Cs - even among professionals. Many jewelers still explain Cut as the shape of the diamond. Others are familiar with terms like "Excellent" or "Ideal" but cannot explain the methods used to arrive at those labels. In fact the overwhelming majority of salespeople have no real understanding of cut grading fundamentals (even though they may be experts on Color and Clarity). Why is Cut so important? By definition, 90% of diamonds fall into the bottom 90% of cut quality. An increase in education about cut and what constitutes the highest possible cutting standards would reveal the lack of quality found in average stores - and most professionals would not be anxious to advertise this about their own store. Wolf Superior Cut We have gone to extreme lengths to secure the best possible cut quality for our clients. Every Wolf diamond is vetted to be sure the cut-quality and resultant beauty are far above the average.

  • Carat Weight

    Carat Weight is NOT Size Two diamonds can weigh the same but one may look much smaller. This has to do with spread and light-return. You will want to be sure you're getting proper spread for weight (for example a 1.00-carat diamond should spread around 6.40 - 6.50 mm). Otherwise, you're paying for something smaller than you wanted. Light return is even more important. Away from bright store lights most diamonds suddenly go dark at the edges. Carat vs Karat Diamonds are weighed in metric carats. One carat is equal to 0.2 grams, about the same weight as a paperclip. Carat shouldn't be confused with karat, as in “18K gold,” which refers to gold purity. A half-carat is equal to 50 “points”. Just as a dollar is divided into 100 pennies, a carat is divided into 100 points. For example, a 50-point diamond weighs 0.50 carats.

  • Diamond Color

    Diamond color is all about what you can’t see. Diamonds are valued by how closely they approach colorlessness – the less color, the higher their value. (The exception to this is fancy-color diamonds, such as pinks and blues, which lie outside this color range.) Most diamonds found in jewelry stores run from colorless to near-colorless, with slight hints of yellow or brown. The Importance of Cut Diamonds with cut superior enough to land them in the top 1% of cut quality globally actually "face-up" grades whiter than others of the same grade. Why? Because the light gets in and out with greater intensity and does not illuminate the body color present as much. Subtle Differences GIA’s color-grading scale for diamonds is the industry standard. The scale begins with the letter D, representing colorless, and continues with increasing presence of color to the letter Z, or near-colorless. Each letter grade has a clearly defined range of color appearance. Diamonds are color-graded by comparing them to stones of known color under controlled lighting and precise viewing conditions. Many of these color distinctions are so subtle as to be invisible to the untrained eye. But these slight differences make a very big difference in diamond quality and price. Wolf Superior Purity The traditional diamond grading scale has D as the highest color. Believe it or not, Wolf crystals can score even higher than natural diamonds!

  • Diamond Clarity

    During the formation process, elements can be trapped within diamonds' crystal structure. These characteristics are called inclusions when they occur inside the diamond, and blemishes if they remain on the surface after the polishing process. When assessing the diamond the presence of inclusions and blemishes contributes to its clarity grade. Using the GIA International Diamond Grading System™, diamonds are assigned a clarity grade that ranges from flawless (FL) to diamonds with obvious inclusions (I3). Every diamond is unique No diamond is absolutely perfect under 10× magnification, though some come close. Known as Flawless diamonds, these are exceptionally rare. Most jewelers have never even seen one. Most diamonds are VS to SI Most diamonds fall into the VS (very slightly included) or SI (slightly included) categories. In diamonds with VS1 and VS2 grades it's typical that the human eye cannot perceive any of the characteristics without magnification. In the case of SI1 and SI2 diamonds this becomes a case by case proposition. Every diamond is different. Grading Scale In determining a clarity grade, the GIA system considers the size, nature, position, color or relief, and quantity of clarity characteristics visible under 10× magnification. -Flawless (FL) - No inclusions or blemishes are visible to a skilled grader using 10× magnification -Internally Flawless (IF) - No inclusions and only blemishes are visible to a skilled grader using 10× magnification -Very, Very Slightly Included (VVS1 and VVS2) - Inclusions are difficult for a skilled grader to see under 10× magnification -Very Slightly Included (VS1 and VS2) - Inclusions are clearly visible under 10× magnification but can be characterized as minor -Slightly Included (SI1 and SI2) - Inclusions are noticeable to a skilled grader using 10× magnification -Included (I1, I2, and I3) - Inclusions are obvious under 10× magnification and may affect transparency and brilliance

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