Gregory’s gets Sirius

Gregory’s Fine Jewellery plucked a gem in landing the regional sales rights to Canadian-mined Sirius Star diamonds.

Gregory’s Fine Jewellery plucked a gem in landing the regional sales rights to Canadian-mined Sirius Star diamonds.

Produced  by Saskatchewan-based diamond cutting and polishing atelier, Embee Diamonds, Sirius Star  will be available exclusively at the Vernon jeweller.

Mined in the  Northwest Territories, Sirius diamonds are cut and polished by Embee Diamonds in Prince Albert. Every one is then graded by the American Gem Society Laboratories in Las Vegas.

Mike Botha, a master diamond-cutter and creator of Sirius Star, will be at Gregory’s on the Dec. 3 for an in-store diamond cutting and polishing demonstration.

He will share his industry insights and showcase the incredible skill required to cut and polish these fine pieces of art.


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