Monday’s Finding: Rustic Diamonds: Rough and Uncut

Rough, uncut, unpolished diamonds are making their way in to the jewelry world as a beautifully rustic alternative to the typical shiny diamond found in most jewelry collections. Personally, I have never really been a fan of diamonds. I have always preferred gem stones (amethysts in particular) to the colorless diamond. It wasn’t until a month or so ago while skipping through Etsy that I first saw raw diamonds. They intrigued me and my rustic loving self finally had found diamonds I finally liked. These stones are beautiful when set for an engagement ring, wedding bands, bridal jewelry, and a great complement to a little black party dress.

So, I present to you an Etsy treasury filled with items from various artisans and two of my favorite rough cut diamond jewelers: Diamond in the Rough founded by Daniel Eskapa who uses using conflict free, certified, natural rough diamonds and a local fave of mine, Todd Reed of Boulder, CO.

‘Diamond in the Rough’ by ravengrrl

Jewelry designs featuring rough uncut diamonds

Rough Diamond and T…


Amulette Chanceuse …


Raw Diamonds and St…


Aquamarine handlink…


Chocolate Diamonds,…


Rough Diamond Petal…


Natural Rough Diamo…


Platinum Eternity B…


14K White Gold Uncu…


Black Diamond Rough…


4 colored diamonds …


1.17 ct Rough twini…


raw diamond channel…


Diamonds in the Rou…


Smoky Quartz, Austr…


Diamonds in the Rou…


Treasury tool by Red Row Studio.

Diamond in the Rough







ONW1017PDW8 29.16X16

ONW1017PDW8 29.16X16

ANW1073PDW8 59.33X16

CPW5011PDW8 2.39X16

Todd Reed Uncut Rough Diamonds

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