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The Diamonds of Caridi


The proportion of diamonds must be suitable and appropriate, neither too shallow nor too deep, so that they can shine in brilliance. Caridi uses only diamonds that have been identified as excellent to ensure the perfect shine.


Carat is a measure of the weight of a gem. Weight is the most important element of diamond value. One carat is equivalent to about 0.2 grams. Caridi creates various styles of diamond jewelry based on various crafts and designs. 


Diamonds may contain natural imperfections such as other minerals or cracks, and the number, size and location of inclusions can affect the quality and value of diamonds. The Gemological Institute of America (GIA) has a clarity scale of 11, ranging from FL, meaning flawless under 10x magnification, to I3 (inclusions visible to the naked eye, which may affect transparency and brightness). 

Caridi carefully selects diamonds graded from IF to VVS2to ensure extraordinary quality.


Clear and colorless diamonds represent superior quality. The Gemological Institute of America (GIA) evaluates the color of diamonds alphabetically from D to Z (D is “colorless” and Z is “pale yellow”). Caridi carefully selects colorless diamonds graded from D to F to highlight the outstanding style.

Imperial Chrysoprase

A Symbol of Courage and Happiness

The etymology of “chrysoprase” comes from Greek words of chrysos (gold) and praso.


Chrysoprase is a rare and ancient gem, with different shades of apple green, verdant, and blue-green, each with its own charm.

The ancient Greeks, Romans and Egyptians were all fascinated by the attractive soft luster of chalcedony.

Caridi uses the top-tier imperial Chrysoprase from its own mines to create soft and gorgeous jewelry.

From the central Australian desert, the imperial Chrysoprase contains nickel, giving it a distinctive translucent sheen.

Caridi carefully selects the dazzling and appealing top-tier gemstones to highlight the beauty of the original gemstones with deep grinding and polishing process to create each unique and charming jewelry work. Each piece of Caridi’s jewelry is made in a complicated and rigorous process, showing a unique style.

Pink Opal​  

The Pink Opal derived from Peru and Mexico, whose color comes from its own texture, is not one through color changing. Pink Opals are also found in Africa as well, but the quality of Peruvian Pink Opals is more stable.

In addition to the uneven distribution of the mineral source and the difficulty in detecting it with the existing technology, the mining process of the “Pink Opal” is also very difficult. It can only be mined by manual drilling and detection, so the production is very limited. The output of Pink Opal accounts for only 5% of the original opal ore of black ash, and the proportion of no impurity and no crack is very small.

Caridi found Pink Opal in a mineral exploration, which can be compared with conch pearl, and established their unshakable value. 

Because of the “delicate and soft” color of Pink Opal, many international first-line jewelry brands have successively used “Pink Opal” as the main stone to launch high-end jewelry, so the color is uniform, and the large carat “Pink Opal” undoubtedly has unlimited value-added potential.


How to pick and buy: with uniform color of pink, no white stripes, 5ct above.

18K Gold

18K gold is a mixed gold with gold content of 18 / 24, and 18K gold is the exclusive technology in Europe.

18K gold has the value of gold, and the composition and timing of mixed gold need perfect deployment to make 18K Gold look smooth, transparent and malleable.


After nearly a century of refining, Caridi has created a meticulous, bright and highly malleable 18K gold technology to present the artistic beauty of Caridi jewelry. Rose gold (also known as pink gold) is the most representative of Caridi’s K gold technology value.


18K gold tone options: white, yellow and rose gold (pink gold).

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