Jeffrey M. Bertman
Graduate Gemologist

For those who already own a fine complement of white diamonds and want something unique, there are yellow diamonds. Only one yellow diamond in 10,000 is “fancy” colored, and those of the Western Australian Deposit, known as the Ellendale mine, are of unparalleled color and quality. They are described as having a warm, sunlit yellow that displays no traces of brown. Perhaps the most famous example of a gemstone of this type is the 128.54-carat yellow diamond known as the Tiffany Diamond that is showcased in the company’s flagship Fifth Avenue store in Manhattan. This yellow diamond remains the most famous gem of its kind and provides testimony to the fact that yellow fancy diamonds have few peers. Every diamond has its own color and characteristics, and no two are exactly alike. Because of this, it is absolutely vital that you choose diamonds and other precious gemstones from a jeweler you know and trust. You’ll want a jeweler you can turn to for service and advice in the future, someone who is established in the community with a reputation for integrity and reliability. In the jewelry industry since 1944, we’d be happy to help in all your fine jewelry choices here at 1402 Hancock Street, Quincy Center. Or reach us at 617-773-3636 or