This same warranty or guarantee should also appear on the invoices of sellers of polished diamonds and diamond jewelry and be passed on each time the diamonds are sold. This process is known as the voluntary “system of warranties” every company trading in rough and polished diamonds is required to keep records of these warranties. The Kimberly Process is part of the industry’s best practice requirements and has already had a significant effect in reducing the trade in conflict diamonds from 4% to less than 0.2%.
As a partner of DTC sight holders, we are committed to giving you the confidence that every diamond we sell is backed with the highest possible integrity. DTC sight holders are contractually obliged to commit to the DTC diamond best practices principles which ensure that they observe the highest professional and ethical standards in respect of business, social and environmental practices. Boston Ring and Gem believes it is completely unacceptable to tolerate conflict diamonds and or human suffering in any way and we fully support the Kimberly process; this is our commitment to you.