Valory supplies a diamond, together only with GIA certificate, which can be settled all over the world.

GIA is the acronym of Gemological Institute of America, that is the best known centre for research and learning of mineralogy (no profit) of the United State of America, founded in 1931 by Robert Shipley in California. GIA is also known for the services of identification and classification of every kind of gems and minerals. GIA is famous for having developed the “Four Cs method” as well, which is used in the classification of diamonds: Cut, Clarity, Colour and Carat Weight. Even though GIA is known for the research activities on diamonds, it includes also pearls and other types of precious stones.

Our diamonds come only from societies which adhere to the Kimberley Process.




Gold supplied by Valory is exclusively produced in Switzerland and is provided with the certificate declaring the clarity 999.9


The London Metal Exchange or LME is the most important Stock Exchange of nonferrous metals. There are only two kinds of negotiation: interoffice and an oral negotiation inside the Ring. The are two sessions of negotiation: one in the morning (from 11:40 to 13:15) and one in the afternoon (from 15:10 to 16:35 GMT). The eight metals are negotiated in sessions of five minutes each which are alternated of ten minutes pause. The second session of the morning fixes the daily price of the concerned metals (Daily Official Exchange rates). At the end of the official negotiations there are fifteen minutes of “kerb” trading (negotiation in after hours): all the metals are negotiated at the same time in the ring. The after hours negotiation are often called “on after hours” or “after hours” (kerb). The word comes from the old history of raw materials futures market when the negotiations after office hours were made on the sidewalk (kerb).



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