If you thought diamonds were predictable then you haven’t been acquainted with NIRAV MODI’s jewels, which bring new light and life to the game.
NIRAV MODI is all about diamonds – seriously, all about diamonds. So much so that the accepted tenets of the four Cs are but a stepping-stone to greater things. This upmarket newcomer takes a different approach and applies hard science and rigorous research to the service of creating lighter, brighter jewels.
Determined to do things differently, over the past six years Mr Modi has guided his engineers – yes, engineers – designers, diamond polishers and highly skilled craftsmen in rethinking what a diamond jewel can be. Along the way, the house has garnered dozens of trademarks, copyrights and patents. Here are my top five NIRAV MODI diamond innovations:
The Jasmine cut
This half-briolette, is not strictly a diamond-cut but an approach to cutting diamonds that fashions each facet to fit into an overall design,which, resembles the fragrant jasmine blossom,. You could call it freestyling or artistic interpretation, but the effect of diamonds floating on thin air is perfectly executed. NIRAV MODI’s craftsmen have refined the shape of this cut to release as much light from within the diamond as possible with double the number of facets compared to rose-cut diamonds. The result is a soft glow and shimmering perfection, and you will be hard-pressed to see how the diamonds are held in place.