Many Of The World’s Most Celebrated Gems
The story behind Graff Jewelry unfolds over six decades. It has been driven by the pursuit of fine craftsmanship with detail and devotion to beauty. Since the company’s establishment in London in 1960, the fascination of the founder Graff has transformed jewelry to become one of the world's leaders.
Currently, the brand is one of the most popular British multinational jewelers in London. Operations comprise the design, manufacture and retail of jewelry and watches. The brand has always followed a principle known as the Kimberly process which prevents buying or trading diamonds from areas where it encourages conflict or human suffering.
Graff jewelry has always been characterized by its unique quality as well as innovation and creativity. Over the years, the brand managed to discover some of the finest diamonds in the world and transform them from stone to polished beauty.
It all began with the Star of Bombay acquired in 1974 as one of the most famous diamonds to pass through the House of Graff. Since then, the founder Laurence Graff has discovered many other diamonds and shaped them in a refined way, creating exceptional work.
Some Of Graff’s Most Notable Diamonds
The House Of Graff is affiliated with of several of the most fabulous jewels in the world. The quality, style and workmanship is exquisite.
Some of the most notable diamonds from Graff Jewelry include the Windsor Yellows, The Paragon, The Lesotho Promise, The Letseng Legacy, the Wittelsbach-Graff, The Delaire Sunrise, The Constellation, The Graff Pink, The Graff Sweethearts and other collections.