Drawing efficiencies and flexibility from our integrated value chain.
Interjewel remains committed to providing conflict free diamonds which are Kimberly process compliant. Being a 'Select Diamantaire' with Rio Tinto Diamonds and a Dominion Diamond
'Preferred Purchaser' ensures a consistent supply of rough diamonds.
Direct sourcing gives us the advantage of flexibility to control our entire value chain from Rough sourcing to Diamond polishing to Jewellery manufacturing which makes us the partner of choice for retailers and other diamond companies across the world.
Rio Tinto owns and operates the Argyle Diamond Mine in the remote East Kimberley region of Western Australia. It is the world's largest supplier of natural colored diamonds, from exotic champagne diamonds and mysterious greys to brilliant whites and the remarkably rare pink diamonds. Argyle has produced over 800 million carats since it commenced its operations 30 years ago.
Rio Tinto owns a 60 per cent interest in, and operates, the Diavik Diamond Mine in Canada's remote Northwest Territories. The design, construction and operation of the Diavik mine is an epic saga of success on a grand scale in the most forbidding of places. Diavik commenced production in 2003 and has an annual production of some 6-7 million carats of predominantly large, white gem-quality diamonds.
Dominion Diamond Corporation is a Canadian diamond mining company with ownership interests in two major producing diamond mines situated approximately 200 kilometres south of the Arctic Circle in Canada’s Northwest Territories. The Company operates the Ekati Diamond Mine (in which it owns an 88.9% controlling interest), and also owns 40% of the Diavik Diamond Mine. It supplies rough diamonds to the global market through its sorting and selling operations in Canada, Belgium and India and is the world’s third largest producer of rough diamonds by value