The Fun of Melees
Anyone who is or has been a diamond buyer knows very well the following scenario.
It's just after a successful busy season, stocks are low and thoughts are into replacing merchandise and whipping up new sales with promotional ideas that border on fantasy. You are suddenly interrupted by a phone call from someone that needs for his romantic journey in life a unique diamond piece of jewelry, but he does warn you that he has been in contact with other retailers and purveyors of gem stones. He makes a suggestion of natural fancy colored diamonds. Enter into the world of dilemma, suppliers of this request are slightly limited and you know other people are most likely also to see anything suitable. A customer like this is important because he will come back as well as recommend you to others, the pressure is on.
My patio was covered with the most enticing pink rose flower petals. This mass of seductive color would never be achieved with single flowers from where they all came. Immediately my thoughts and plans turned to "melees" in particular fancy yellow diamond melees and fancy pink diamond melees.
Melee diamonds are commonly sold in parcels of stones that can contain hundreds of carats and can often be broken up into smaller parcels. Although the parcel because of its quantity can have a high price, the individual carat can be extremely attractive. There are some suppliers, such as Denir Diamonds that will sell in relatively smaller quantities and from these any buyer can select the color he requires, wherever it is a canary diamond or a pink diamond, the right shade and hue can be chosen.