Pristine Diamonds, of Antwerp, a new GemGenève exhibitor in 2019, has fashioned a diamond of sublime perfection, from an exceptional rough crystal of 41.67 carats, originating in the Kao mine, in Lesotho, an area renowned for the size, clarity and beauty of its diamonds. Pristine, a leading rough diamond manufacturer, was established in 1998 with a family history of diamond trading reaching back some 60 years, and today they work closely with the most important sources, and ‘tender’ houses around the globe. Pristine operates from a state-of-the-art facility and cutting factory in Antwerp, and is known for its expertise and skill in cutting large colourless and fancy coloured diamonds. So far, through Pristine’s expertise and the use of the latest high technology, the Helium machine, the rough crystal has yielded three superlative, top graded Flawless diamonds: an emerald cut, 10.21 carats, D Flawless; a 3.01 brilliant cut, D Internally Flawless; and a 1.11 pear-shaped stone, D Flawless. A fourth diamond from the same crystal is on its way. Expect these rarities to light up the Pristine display at GemGenève.