Miore Jewellery Store
Discover Miore’s contemporary range of fine diamond, pearl and coloured gemstone jewellery. Dress up the special moments in your life with Miore’s elegant engagement, wedding, eternity and solitaire collections. You’ll find the best prices on a variety of high quality rings, earrings, bracelets, necklaces and pendants, as well as a fun and fresh children's range of jewellery.
Miore: Beautiful You Collection
Miore's Newest Silver and Cubic Zirconia Jewellery
Miore Certification of Authenticity
Miore’s high-end diamond and gemstone jewellery have been carefully selected by our diamond experts for their exceptional quality – each piece is offered with a Certificate of Authenticity, and a strong quality assurance warranty.
A diamond certificate represents independent verification that the stone purchased has all the qualities of cut, colour, clarity, shape, and weight expected.
Such certificates are issued by several agencies employing highly trained gemologists and provide an unbiased and accurate evaluation of the diamond. These gemologists scrutinise each stone to analyse its dimensions, clarity, cut, color, finish, symmetry, and other details.
No two diamonds are alike. A diamond's most distinguishing characteristics are its inclusions, marks that are often invisible to the naked eye. However, under a jeweller's magnifying loupe or microscope they can look like crystals, tiny rivers, or clouds.
A diamond's clarity is determined by the presence or absence of inclusions – fewer inclusions mean better clarity – and how visible they are. The greater a diamond's clarity, the greater its brilliance and value. A diamond categorized as internally flawless will have no inclusions, but this is extremely rare.
Although diamonds come in a wide range of colours, colourless diamonds have traditionally been considered the most valuable.
Most diamonds are graded on a scale using the letters of the alphabet, from D (colourless), the best grade, through Z (a light yellow). It is difficult for the untrained eye to notice such variations in color unless stones are being compared side by side.
Caring for your Diamond
Diamonds, as the hardest substance on earth, are resistant to damage. However, diamond jewellery is set in different metals, and care will vary from piece to piece.
Diamonds should be cleaned in a solution of one part ammonia to six parts water, using a gentle scrubbing brush to remove any dirt. It is a good idea to have them cleaned once a year by a professional jeweler, at which time the security of the setting can be checked as well.
Diamond jewellery should be stored in a soft cloth pouch to ensure that the stone will not scratch other jewellery.