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The world’s biggest diamond players in the billion worth of diamond industry are glittering stronger and brighter as the demand for their products is beaming with joy. Each of these stories spans the world’s diamond hearts: from the Mediterranean capital of cool, Tel Aviv, to the dust of lands, Surat, from New York city’s glittering showrooms, to the Belgian city of Antwerp. Among others, the one to leap out in million-dollar style is Ori Vechler of Gemma Fine Jewelry, who comes from a lineage of traditional clutters, creating not just custom bespoke fine jewelry but also high-end one-of-a-kind pieces crafted with rarest and finest diamonds.

Portraying a fine crafty eye for detail, the diamantaire has dressed many celebrities, industrialists, and other high-profile individuals with an elegant sparkle. But Vechler’s own inspiration comes from a close source – his own family – who’s built a prominent status in the industry as world-renowned diamond traders. In fact, the trader still continues to import raw materials and other essentials through his family connections and others from the network that he’s managed to create throughout the years.

So, what makes Vechler and his brand, Gemma Fine Jewelry, stand out from the rest? He explains it’s a simple matter of rarity, uniqueness, and elegance in the designs, quality, and service. “All the jewels found at Gemma are our own creations. At present, we have our own productivity and creative centre. So, we provide a complete guarantee of our pieces in terms of the finish. In fact, our diamonds go through extensive quality control so as to make sure that each diamond that enters the vault is thoroughly graded by top-notch labs in the world. Not only that, our team of in-house jewelry designers, who come with years of experience and expertise, are adept at designing fine jewelry pieces as per clients’ requirements. Whether they are looking for a luxurious selection of rings or pendants, necklaces or anklets, earrings, or bracelets – there’s nothing we do not personalize.”

In terms of his future plans, the diamantaire believes, there’s a limited time each one of us has, and thus, he wants to continue specializing in his works of art, whilst mastering the understanding of big-sized diamonds – both white and fancy – something, that his brand specializes in. Having majorly catered to the Asian market, so far, Vechler aims to spread his base throughout North America, the Middle East, and more.


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