The 6 steps to a moissanite diamond product.

 

 

1. Step: Sketching and Designing

The designer must possess both imagination and savoir-faire to create jewelry that exemplifies the unique style of Avalon Deluxe. Discover the stages of the design process: from the first drawing to the final gouache from which the model is created:

2. Step: Making the moissanite diamonds

 Diamond seed crystals are placed on a substrate plate in the plasma reactor. Carbon-containing gases are then introduced. By creating a plasma field, the gases are excited and carbon atoms split off.

These released carbon atoms are then deposited layer by layer, atom by atom, on the surface of the diamond seed crystals. This step-by-step process grows a 100% pure rough diamond.

 

3. Step: Quality check of the stones

 Classification and quality control 

Avalon Deluxe diamonds are carefully evaluated in our network of Gemological Laboratories in the USA, Cambodia and Vietnam.This ensures that each stone meets the requirements.

We carefully examine each diamond to ensure it meets Avalon Deluxe's ​​high standards of cut, clarity, carat and color.If anything mars the beauty of the stone, we will not accept it.

4. Step: Modeling

Between the design and the production of a piece, Maison Avalon Deluxe has integrated an additional step into the process: the making of a model.

5. Step: Jewelry Craftsmanship: Cutting and Polishing

Our diamonds then travel to Avalon Deluxe workshops in Belgium, Botswana, Mauritius, Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia.Here, over 700 of the most talented artisans cut and polish diamonds with incredible precision and artistry to bring out the beauty of each stone.

6. Step: Setting

Avalon sets the majority of its diamonds in workshops in Asia. Here, artisans individually adjust each prong and basket of an engagement ring by hand to bring out the beauty of each stone. We believe this is our greatest strength. That's why we ensure our workshops meet high standards of safety, cleanliness and a productive, welcoming environment.

 

Dear Sir or Madam
Paypal buyer protection applies if the goods do not arrive or DIFFER SIGNIFICANTLY FROM THE DESCRIPTION. Neither is the case here:
1.) The buyer first complains about the packaging of the goods, which is not a “cartridge in a bubble wrap”. In any case, the goods were delivered undamaged because the buyer did not complain about any specific damage. There is no information about the packaging in the product description; it simply has to be suitable for delivering the goods undamaged, which is what happened here

2.) He then complains about the “lack of silver embossing” on the pendant. It is true that silver embossing is widespread among jewelers in Germany. However, this is not required by regulation either internationally or in the Federal Republic of Germany. This is often ignored, especially when it comes to silver jewelry handmade in Asia. The mere fact that this is widespread in the Federal Republic of Germany does not constitute a significant material defect.

3.) I have attached a screenshot of the buyer's cancellation request for Paypal: in it the buyer explicitly writes that the goods "do not meet his expectations/he simply does not like the goods."
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Dear Sir or Madam
Paypal buyer protection applies if the goods do not arrive or DIFFER SIGNIFICANTLY FROM THE DESCRIPTION. Neither is the case here:
1.) The buyer first complains about the packaging of the goods, which is not a “cartridge in a bubble wrap”. In any case, the goods were delivered undamaged because the buyer did not complain about any specific damage. No information is given about the packaging in the product description; it simply has to be suitable for delivering the goods undamaged, which is what happened here
2.) He then complains about the “lack of silver embossing” on the pendant. It is true that silver embossing is widespread among jewelers in Germany. However, this is not required by regulation either internationally or in the Federal Republic of Germany. This is often ignored, especially when it comes to silver jewelry handmade in Asia. The mere fact that this is widespread in the Federal Republic of Germany does not constitute a significant material defect.
3.) I have attached a screenshot of the buyer's cancellation request for Paypal: In it the buyer explicitly writes that the goods "do not meet his expectations/he simply does not like the goods."
Both alternatives are definitely NOT A CASE OF PAYPAL buyer protection.
With kind regards,