Discover the most brilliant fine diamond jewellery pieces within different BAUNAT collections set with natural, conflict-free diamonds. Experience the combination of modern jewellery-making techniques with experienced craftsmanship.
Seal your love with the ultimate gift to show your partner they are eternally the one for you. Our diamond engagement rings are the start of your romantic journey together.
All BAUNAT rings are handmade with only the best materials. A carefully picked ring, set by experienced craftsmen, truly is the ultimate gift. A timeless solitaire or a stunning halo ring, there is a perfect match for everyone.
Diamond earrings are an elegant touch that will complement every confident wearer. Let your features shine brighter with your favourite BAUNAT earrings.
Timeless diamond necklaces made out of 18Kt gold with 100% natural diamonds. Complete your refined appearance with the most elegant necklaces.
The perfect bracelets for an everlasting breathtaking impression. From elegant and subtle to timeless and extravagant, the choice is all yours.
A watch is an accessory that exudes style and class. Do you appreciate craftsmanship and are you on the lookout for a timeless men's watch that can be worn on any occasion? Then a BAUNAT watch is your perfect choice.
The BAUNAT High Jewellery collection are elegant hand-crafted masterpieces, designed especially for you by our most talented craftsmen and with an eye for detail and perfection.
From rough sketch to 3D model to a magnificent handmade jewel, the BAUNAT designers are with you every step of the way.
The term ‘cape’ is named after the diamond deposit area Cape Province in South-Africa. In the diamond business, when we talk about ‘Cape’ it refers to a yellowish colour of a diamond. Even though a pure perfect diamond is colourless, a coloured diamond may increase a diamond’s value. But the colour ‘Cape’ decreases a diamond’s value as it is not a so-called fancy yellow diamond, but rather a yellowish white diamond with the colour grading M-N. Keeping in might that D is the highest and therefore most valuable colour grading, we can conclude that the colour Cape is a lower and much less valuable colour.