Eurostone’s diamonds are conflict free

All the rough diamonds that are bought – and consequently manufactured and sold by Eurostone  — have been sourced from suppliers  who adhere to the Kimberley Process Certification Scheme (KPCS).  We will not, at any time, be associated with conflict diamonds.

If you’ve seen the film Blood Diamond, with Leonardo di Caprio in the lead role, you may be under the mistaken impression that blood diamonds or conflict diamonds are still around.  Fortunately, for almost more than a decade, rough diamonds are no longer funding armed conflicts in southern Africa and since the turn of the century an unprecedented, historical alliance of the diamond and jewelry industry and trade, together with countless governments and the United Nations have made enormous progress in stamping out conflict diamonds.

Eurostone’s principals are members of the Israel Diamond Exchange (IDE), and the IDE is a member of the World Federation of Diamond Bourses. All members of diamond bourses affiliated  to the WFDB are bound by its rules and regulations.

Eurostone principal Pini Netzer is a holder of the WFDB Mark.  Click here for a statement on conflict diamonds.   To learn more about how the the diamond industry fight conflict diamondfs, visit the website of the World Diamond Council (WDC)  , as well as

 System of Warranties

The System of Warranties (SoW) for polished diamonds is complementary to the Kimberley Process. The polished diamond trade has pledged its support to end the sale of conflict diamonds with additional measures applying to diamond and jewelry manufacturing and sales. Sellers of polished diamonds issue a Statement of Warranty that accompanies the polished diamonds as they are changing hands.  The SoW statement attests that the diamonds are conflict-free.  This statement is attached to all invoices submitted by our company.