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Here at Lotus Colors, we have spent many years gathering the experience and research that allows us to know exactly which diamonds will yield the best colored results. Our economies of scale, state-of-the-art technology, efficient manufacturing process and bulk buying of raw materials allow our products to be competitively priced. Also, all the diamonds in our inventory are graded according to a uniform grading standard.
We follow a strict policy of irradiating all our diamonds right here in U.S.A. In the rare occurrence that we do enhance our diamond overseas, we do make sure that the diamond is treated using the same safety standards used in U.S.A.
We pride ourselves on our service and do not have any minimum order requirements. We believe that every order large or small is equally important.
We quite frequently get requests for shapes and sizes that we do not carry e.g. trillions. We can show you a sample color and give you a quotation for your request and once you agree we can deliver in 2-3 weeks.
You can return anything you buy for a full credit within the first six months (other than special order items). Even after six months, you can still return anything you buy for a small restocking fee.
To generate awareness and boost sales, we can send sample products for display to you at events like a ‘trunk show’ or ‘ladies night’. We only provide this service to customers with good credit history and for a period of a few weeks.
If you have a diamond you’d like transformed, we’ll be happy to do that for you. Bear in mind, however, that we cannot turn any diamond any color. All diamonds already have a certain color potential, created by the trace elements they contain. We can tell you the color your diamond will turn by examining it.
After many years of creating COLORed DIAMONDS, we felt it was time to create a line of our own in order to showcase our collection. Many of our clients choose some of these pieces in order to introduce their customers to enhanced color diamonds, and to test out market demand before they make their own pieces.