The House of Graff is renowned for the quality of the fine jewellery it creates, in particular, diamond jewels, although emeralds, rubies, sapphires and pearls can also be found sparkling in the windows of its worldwide web. Founded by Laurence Graff in the 1960s, Graff excels in producing magnificent diamonds sourced from mines around the world, with experienced master jewellers cutting and polishing every stone to achieve its fullest beauty with a particular sensitivity for yellow diamonds. Laurence Graff "diamantaire extraordinaire" has handled some of the most important diamonds of our times. This includes the seven-sided 187.82ct Paragon, and the 603ct uncut Lesotho Promise. The jewels themselves also adorn Graff's exquisite selection of luxury watches, adding to its own proclamation of "The Most Fabulous Jewels in the World".