Following the launch of its nano-photographic diamond inscription service to consumers last year, Gemory has now made its service available to jewellery stores around the world.
Gemory founder and CEO Erwan Le Roy said the company welcomed all jewellery companies to sell its inscription services through a “free dealership program”.
“They (jewellery store owners) can now attract new diamond purchasers or existing diamond owners by becoming a Gemory service drop-off site,” he said adding that the service would be provided to jewellery store customers at a price less than that offered to general consumers on the website.
Gemory’s nano-photographic service inscribes high-resolution grayscale photos on diamonds – the photos are invisible to the naked eye but can be easily seen with the company’s portable viewing device.
“It does not harm the diamond in any way, preserving its original brilliance and customers’ memories forever,” said Le Roy. “The nano-photograph also acts as a fingerprint on the owner’s diamond for convenient authentication.”
“We even have EGL USA, a gemmological laboratory as a third party, to identify every stone and measure its sparkles before and after the inscription process to assure customers with a USA brilliance and authenticity report.”
He said the diamond inscription service was an ideal way for people to immortalise the treasured moments of their life such as anniversaries, weddings, birthdays, graduations, etc.
For more information visit http://www.gemory.com/