Diamond Carving and Re-carving Service

"You will always have the best Experience"

"You will always have the best Service"

Fábrica de lapidación de diamantes


The procedure begins with the rough diamond's extraction from a mine. Then, at Millan Diamonds, we subject the diamond to a multi-step transformation process in order to obtain the desired shape and quality.

Below is a description of our diamond manufacturing procedure:

Rough diamonds

The rough diamond is the diamond that is extracted from the mine; it is a rough, irregular stone with no discernible form.


Once the rough diamond has been acquired, it is scanned by cutting-edge machines to establish various factors, such as the optimal cut for the stone.


In this step, we establish the best way to utilize the stone, making it clear what type of cut will be made and what dimensions will be obtained.

Laser cut

With the planning complete, we move on to the laser-assisted cutting process, which allows us to create precise cuts that maximize the potential of the stone.


After completing the preceding procedures, the diamond is meticulously polished to obtain a beautiful, valuable gem with a great deal of brilliance and fire.


Diamond cutting

The shape and style in which a diamond is cut to maximize its brilliance, fire, and beauty is referred to as its cut.

The diamond's cut is an integral part of the diamond transformation process and a major factor in determining its value.

There are many different types of diamond cuts, including brilliant cut, princess cut, emerald cut, marquise cut, oval cut, and baguette cut. Each carving style has its unique qualities and attributes that make it appealing.

In addition to the cut's shape, the cut's quality is also essential. A well-executed cut maximizes the amount of light that enters the diamond and is reflected to the observer's eye, thereby enhancing the diamond's brilliance and allure. A poor cut, on the other hand, may leave a diamond lifeless or dull.

In conclusion, a diamond cut is crucial to the beauty and value of a diamond, and it is essential to consider both the shape and quality of the cut when selecting a diamond.

Diamond Recut

Recutting a diamond refers to the process of recutting a previously cut diamond to improve its quality and aesthetic appeal. When a diamond is undercut or the owner desires to change its shape or size to accommodate a new jewelry design, recutting is performed.

Recutting a diamond is a delicate process that requires the expertise of a highly trained diamond cutter. During the recutting process, the diamond is meticulously disassembled and re-cut to enhance its shine, fire, and beauty, as well as to repair any damage caused by the setting of a jewel.

Recutting a diamond may significantly increase its value by enhancing its appearance and quality. However, it is also essential to note that recutting may reduce the diamond's weight and, consequently, its monetary value.

Carving Restoration

Similar to recutting, diamond recutting involves reshaping and recutting an existing diamond. This concentrates on giving an old-cut diamond a contemporary cut.

Adjustments may be made to the symmetry, angle, and depth of the cut in order to maximize the amount of light that enters the diamond and increase its shine and fire. This procedure may significantly enhance a diamond's quality and aesthetic appeal.

A diamond cut upgrade may also involve repairing any surface damage or wear, thereby restoring the diamond's shine and original beauty.

As with diamond recutting, it is essential to hire an experienced and trustworthy diamond cutter for the recutting. This will ensure that the procedure is carried out without causing any harm to the gemstone.



Carrera 6#11 - 87 Oficina 605 / Edificio Rosa Blanca
Bogotá Colombia


(+57) 318 369 75 79


(+57) 318 369 75 79



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