When you design your own ring, the shank width of the ring band will vary proportionally depending on the ring's size and the size of the center stone, and the approximate width that is listed on the page may be smaller or bigger than what is listed. The exact width will be determined upon the ring's production, and your sales executive will give you the exact information should you wish it.
Conflict diamonds, sometimes called blood diamonds, are diamonds sold by rebel and terrorist groups most prevalent in central and West African nations. Leibish & Co. is a proud believer in the Kimberley Process Certification Scheme (KPCS), and can guarantee that the company only deals with 100% conflict-free diamonds.
Learn more about Conflict-free Diamonds.
Our in-house appraisal is absolutely free.
For diamonds that are already certified, the certificate is free.
For GIA appraisal, one of our representatives will help arrange the appraisal for you. The GIA's fees will change depending on the diamond, so no one overall fee can be quoted here.
All of our certified diamonds and jewelry will arrive with their certificates in your packaging.
Yes! Situated in the Diamond Exchange in Israel, we have full access to all colorless goods, as well. If you don't find your dream stone on our website, let us know what you are looking for.
It generally takes between 14 to 22 business days to manufacture custom made jewelry, whether it is a ring, bracelet, earrings, pendant or necklace. In addition, it takes up to 5 business days for shipping, depending on your location.
Yes! In fact, we specialize in setting custom design fancy color jewelry. Browse through our jewelry catalog online, show us what you have in mind or let our jewelry design team come up with something unique and special just for you!
Yes. For a small fee we will ship your stone/s to a Malca Amit viewing station in your area or to one of our associates' offices for viewing. Ask us if this service is available in your area.
If not, all Leibish & Co. purchases are guaranteed and returnable within 30 days. Therefore, you may have it sent directly to your home/office to view it and in the event that you are not completely satisfied, you may return it for a full refund. No questions asked!
Yes. We are constantly getting in new stones although it takes a few days to photograph and upload them to our website. Please feel free to ask us if you don't find what you're looking for online.
Daily! So check back often to see what's new.
In general all the stones that appear on the website with a price are available. Please feel free to ask us about any stone you see on our site so we may check on its availability. If it is not available, we may have a similar new stone to offer you!
Yes, we provide professional appraisal reports for all Fancy Colored jewelry. Each appraisal is signed by the company, and the natural color of all stones is guaranteed.
In-House grading refers to stones that have been graded by our in-house GIA graduate gemologist and are not accompanied by a Gemological Institute of America Laboratory Certificate.
Generally speaking, in-house graded stones are usually lower priced stones in order to keep the cost of the stone for our customers as low as possible. There's an option to request an IGI or GIA certificate for these stones at an additional cost. Please contact us for more information.
We are happy to send non-GIA certified stones to GIA for certification. The cost will depend on the size of the stone, starting at $150. This service takes between 3-4 weeks to process.
The vast majority of our stones are certified by GIA. In addition, we have some stones graded by IGI, AGT, Argyle, and by our in-house GIA Gemologist.
All of our stones are 100% NATURAL Fancy Color Diamonds and have not been treated or enhanced in any way.