O Diamond Makes a Splash in the Caribbean

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Diamonds International has released a new patented round cut diamond featuring 162 facets, which are 104 more than a standard round brilliant cut. The beautifully crafted stone, called the "O Diamond", is quickly becoming a hot commodity among the jet-set crowd in the Caribbean and abroad.

The stones' almost instantaneous popularity in the islands has necessitated the company's move to offer it online. We started getting a number of inquiries almost immediately after it hit our stores, and interest is definitely growing with each passing month.

Diamonds International has released a new patented round cut diamond featuring 162 facets, which are 104 more than a standard round brilliant cut. The beautifully crafted stone, called the "O Diamond", is quickly becoming a hot commodity among the jet-set crowd in the Caribbean and abroad.

According to Morris Gad, President of Diamonds International, "The stones' almost instantaneous popularity in the islands has necessitated the company's move to offer it online. We started getting a number of inquiries almost immediately after it hit our stores, and interest is definitely growing with each passing month."

Part of the reason for the O Diamond's popularity likely stems from its design, which was, according to Diamonds International, conceived in an effort to maximize light return and provide unparalleled scintillation, fire and brilliance.

To read more about the O Diamond, visit TheODiamond.com. To view O Diamond rings, earrings, pendants and bracelets, visit ShopDI.com.

About Diamonds International/ShopDI.com
Diamonds International was founded in St. Thomas in 1988 and offers the largest selection of luxury watches, diamond and colored stone jewelry in the Caribbean and beyond. The company has more than 125 locations in the United States, Mexico, and the Caribbean and operates a website at http://www.ShopDI.com.

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