Dima’s selection of stones positions the brand at the forefront of craftsmanship and quality. With vibrant coloured stones, high-quality gems, luxurious pearls, illuminating diamonds and 18- carat hammered gold, Dima embarks on an inherently unique aesthetic.
In addition to Dima’s exquisite designs and meticulous combinations of stones and colours, the precious stones are carefully selected for their healing properties. Sapphire not only enhances intuition, mental clarity and spiritual power but is also a stone of love that promotes happiness and youth. The serene and calm nature of the rubies and emeralds also radiate positivity. Ultimately, Dima’s pieces are built on heritage, refinement and underlying healing qualities.
Ametrine is a rare gemstone with a limited supply at only one mine in the world.
Apatite is a very rare variety of tourmaline, which was discovered in the 1990’s.
Azurite in shades of Indigo combines the intuition of the violet ray with the trust of the pure blue ray.
The name carnelian comes from the Latin word carneus, which means fleshy, inspired by
Charoite was thought to have been discovered in Russia back in the 1940’s. The striking
The earliest diamonds were found in India in 4th century BC. A majority of these early stones
The Emperor’s Stone; Jade has been mined and worked in China since the Stone Age.
Labradorite was named after Labradore, Newfoundland, northeast Canada, where
The name ruby comes from the Latin word ‘ruber’, which means ‘red’. The glowing red
Sapphire symbolizes nobility, truth, sincerity, and faithfulness. There are a wide variety of
Spinel is one of the underappreciated gemstones. Its red vivid colours and