Our Diamonds

Responsible Sourcing at G.St

All of our natural diamonds are responsibly sourced as they all go through the Kimberley process, a commitment to removing conflict diamonds from the global supply chain. In addition, we carry stones that can be traced back to one of four non conflict countries Botswana, Canada, South Africa or Namibia.

These diamonds can include:

De Beers Code of Origin

Tracr™ Blockchain Platform by De Beers

GIA Diamonds of Origin

Canadian Certified 


We Do Diamonds Differently 


If you’ve ever researched diamonds, you’ve probably heard of the 4 C’s. But years of experience have taught us that those classifications don’t tell the full story behind the beauty and value of a diamond. That’s why we created our own 4 C’s to help you pick a stone based on the factors that really matter. starting with conscience. 

We only work with trusted manufacturers who provide conflict-free, ethically sourced stones that are mined in accordance with strict standards for environment and social responsibility. The vast majority of our diamonds come from one of the world’s largest suppliers and originate in Canada, Botswana, Namibia and South Africa. None of our diamonds are sourced from Russia. The mining is carried out for fair wages and under safe conditions, with profits helping these countries promote sustainable development and invest in community infrastructure.



We think that in order to make an empowered decision, you need full transparency — which is why we look way beyond the 4C’s and give you information other companies simply won’t. 

For instance, not all diamonds graded the same are the same. We evaluate the quality of the rough, the nature of the inclusions, and the stone’s overall design. With diamonds, the truth is in the details — and no detail is too small for us.



We find the best diamond for you based on your priorities. We believe finding the right stone is a deeply personal process of discovery, one you simply can’t have just by looking at the facts online.

Our experts hand-select each diamond to show you a curated, personal selection and specialize in sourcing unusual stones in rare cuts. We know we’re hunting for something you’ll have for a lifetime. That’s why we love what we do so much and take it so seriously.



The truth is: you pick the diamond, but the diamond also picks you. When viewing diamonds up close, you’ll start to notice the nuances that make each stone distinct and you’ll naturally connect with one over another.

This process is exciting and a little bit magic — after all, it’s not every day you buy something you’ll keep forever. And when the moment comes that you set eyes on that truly singular diamond you just know is for you… well, that’s what we do this for.

GIA Origin Report Diamonds

The GIA Diamond Origin Program brings true transparency to a diamond’s rough-to-polish journey, allowing you to trace your diamond from its source to its polished completion.

These are conflict-free diamonds that help support local diamond-mining and processing communities — thanks to GIA's effort to bring traceable diamonds to market. 

Lab-Grown Diamonds

We offer a carefully curated selection of ethically-sourced, lab grown diamonds that are graded for cut, color, and clarity. We apply the same exacting standards to all the diamonds we sell, whether sourced from a lab or mined. Our primary focus is finding the perfect diamond just for you.

If you're deciding between a lab-grown and a mined diamond, get in touch — we're happy to discuss your options.

Our lab grown diamonds are Certified Sustainability Rated Diamonds (SCS Certified)

5 Pillars of Achievement needed to offer

  1. Verified Origin Traceability: Guaranteeing the origin of each certified diamond through advanced testing, gem identification protocols, surveillance audits and sampling across the supply chain.
  2. Twelve Principles of Ethical Stewardship: Adhering to comprehensive environmental, social and governance (ESG) requirements.
  3. Verified Climate Neutrality: Achieving true climate neutrality based on the most stringent climate protocols addressing both current and legacy emissions.
  4. Sustainable Production Practices: Eliminating or offsetting environmental and human health impacts.
  5. Sustainability Investments: Creating societal benefits through investments that uplift vulnerable communities, clean the air and water, protect the climate and protect endangered ecosystems.