A Little Advice

Buying your first diamond is one of the most important purchases you'll ever make. When shopping for a diamond, it is important to become as educated as possible. The internet can be a useful resource during this process, providing a wealth of information, usually in an unbiased environment.
As important as the information-gathering process is, selecting the right jewelry professional is even more important. Consider asking the advice of a family member or trusted friend, particularly someone who has recently made a similar purchase. If this is not available, compare prices from internet sites so, when shopping, you know which jewelers are offering competitive prices and which are not.

Zachary’s Jewelers offers competitive pricing.

At Zachary’s Jewelers we recognize that customers have many options when searching for a diamond. We encourage our customers to educate themselves online and research a range of diamonds on popular diamond sites. This is not because we want you to buy your diamond from someone else; quite the contrary. Zachary’s offers very competitive pricing because we import diamonds direct.

Zachary's Jewelers has been importing diamonds directly from Israel, South Africa and India for decades. From 1985 to 1989, Zachary's Jewelers laid the groundwork for its importing business in the mining fields of The Ivory Coast. Through many contacts made at this level, Zachary's Diamond Importers began establishing relationships with diamond cutting facilities and manufacturers worldwide. Because of these relationships, Zachary's is able to remove the middleman and offer more competitive pricing to our customers.

Zachary's Jewelers currently deals directly with DeBeers site holders in Israel, South Africa, India and the United States.

All Zachary’s Jewelers diamonds are Conflict Free

Diamonds are meant to be a gift of love, and we at Zachary's abhor the way in which some gems have been used to fund conflict.
To stop this practice, governments, our industry and human rights groups created the Kimberley Process in 2002, which today regulates 99% of the rough diamond supply, to prevent the sale of conflict diamonds.

We require all of our suppliers to provide an official written warranty that their diamonds come from Kimberley-certified sources and thus are not involved in funding conflict. The Warranty Statement reads:

The diamonds herein invoiced have been purchased from legitimate sources not involved in funding conflict and in compliance with United Nations Resolutions. The seller hereby guarantees that these diamonds are conflict free, based on personal knowledge and/or written guarantees provided by the supplier of these diamonds.