Royal Coster takes over Diamondland
Royal Coster has taken over one of the largest and most well-known diamond shops in the Antwerp Diamond District: Diamondland. About 84% of the world's uncut diamonds pass through Antwerp's Diamond District. The Diamond District is an enclave of side streets just west of the Central Station. Every year, more than $50 billion in polished, cut diamonds visit the four trading exchanges.
The heart of the diamond district
Founded in 1983, Diamondland was integrated in a part of an existing diamond factory. The ambition was to showcase a vast amount of diamonds and diamond jewelry to their clients. With showrooms of 1000 m2 and more than 1.500 pieces of diamond jewelry and unset diamonds, Diamondland was the largest diamond shop in Antwerp. The location was in the absolute heart of the famous diamond district. Therefore, there was no better place to buy diamonds. It was the perfect business in the perfect location.
Diamondland & Royal Coster Diamonds
Because of the short lines to the diamond bourse and its location, Royal Coster Diamonds bought Diamondland Antwerp. However, we could not guarantee our high-quality standards anymore. Therefore, we had to make the difficult decision to close Diamondland. But do not worry, we are here to help.
Diamondland customers are welcome at Royal Coster
Fortunately, we are able to give all (former) customers from Diamondland the quality of service they deserve. Therefore, we provide the same lifetime warranty for all products purchased at Diamondland between 2013 and 2019. All agreements you made with Diamondland are still valid. Perhaps you want to upgrade your diamond or simply want to have your jewelry cleaned professionally. Or maybe you saw a diamond piece you loved at Diamondland, but didn’t have the chance to purchase it yet. You can do all of this at Royal Coster Diamonds in Amsterdam. If you have a specific question, please contact us. Our diamond consultants are standing by to help.
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