Thursday, 15 November 2012

The Rangers Diamond!

There have been some very exciting times here at The Diamond Studio recently - we have created the world's FIRST diamond that is laser-engraved with a football team crest!

After launching the Spirit of '72 Collection in collaboration with Rangers FC in May 2011, we have had a strong business partnership with the club and have very much enjoyed working with them. The Diamond Studio made valued friends in current and former players such as current Team Captain Lee McCulloch (pictured below with the Diamond) Maurice Edu, Alejandro Bedoya and of course DaMarcus Beasley, who we also have a collection with.
We are also working with a Belgian diamond company, owned by the family of Jeroen Van Den Broeck, who was in the Under 21s team for RFC. As well as continuing to play football in Belgium, Jeroen is also part of the business and we consider him to be a good friend as we have a love of both football and diamonds!
This is why we felt that launching the diamond with Rangers was definitely the natural thing to do!

The diamond is a Round Brilliant cut, 0.36ct in weight, G colour and VS2 clarity, so it was already a stunning stone before it even had the Rangers FC crest on it!
Below you can see how the crest looks on the diamond!

We had Ally McCoist, Rangers FC manager in to see us last week, and he was utterly thrilled with the Rangers Diamond!

Of course, the Rangers Diamond is only the beginning. Any logo or lettering can be laser-engraved onto a diamond and we think that they would provide excellent promotional opportunities for any organisation!
Imagine being the first business of your kind to have its logo on a diamond!
Any diamond of any colour or cut can be engraved, so the possibilities are endless and it is truly something that will last forever.

1 comment:

  1. Do you know there is a cartoon character called "Diamond Dan the Orangeman"? It is used to drum up interest for children and support for the Orange Order in NI. Causing lots of indignation on Social Media sites. Just thought you should know.