KGS Jewels, Inc, was established in 1967 dominantly as diamond traders, with little resources used in diamond cutting and polishing. In the early 1990s, we shifted our focus to cutting and polishing diamonds in Surat, becoming one of India’s leading manufacturers in the industry. The business remains family-run since its inception, with brothers and partners having global reach along the supply chain across the major diamond and Jewelry centers including Surat, Mumbai, Hong Kong, New York, Antwerp and Dubai.
Till date, our favorite statistic is having over 5,000 employees worldwide that share our passion in various steps along the supply chain, which are: ethicalrough diamonds sourcing, optimal manufacturing, polished diamonds distribution, and jewelry crafting and distribution.
Our environmentally friendly efforts while designing our current Surat factory in 2005 made us the first in the industry to achieve a Platinum Rating Award from the Indian Green Building Council (IGBC) in July, 2014.
Shortly after beginning to manufacture diamonds, KG began to appreciate the art of sourcing rough diamonds. We strive to have consistent volume of supply to run the factory, although maintain a zero tolerance on conflict diamonds, strictly adhering to the Kimberly Process and Best Practice Principles.
It is with this aim and prerequisite that we are appreciative with our De Beers Sightholder status since 1996. With the use of our expertise and technology, we procure rough diamonds at fair prices, allowing us to maximize value for our customers.
We are the industry’s leaders, having refined the innovative art of cutting and polishing. We pride ourselves on our far-reaching capabilities all underpinned by demand-led manufacturing and continuous process innovation. KG has received numerous efficiency awards for its operational excellence.
The beauty of a diamond's sparkle is the result of how well it has been cut. The aspects of cut that contribute most to a diamond's beauty are proportion, symmetry and polish. Although nature determines the characteristics of a piece of diamond rough, the hands of the master cutter release its fire and brilliance. When a diamond is cut to exacting proportions—neither too deep nor too shallow—light will reflect inside the stone from one mirror-like facet to another and reappear to the eye in a flash of spectral colors. Harry Winston diamonds are cut and polished to maximize their beauty—even though such a strict standard requires sacrificing much more of a rough diamond's weight.
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