Diamonds International stores in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
What began as one store in St. Thomas back in 1986 has now blossomed into more than 140 locations. Diamonds International is now one of the largest jewelry retailers in the world. With more locations in the Caribbean than any other fine jeweler, Diamonds International stretches from the company's New York City headquarters into Mexico, Central America and as far as Alaska.
The founders of Diamonds International are both graduates of the Gemological Institute of America. They personally oversee every aspect of the company’s daily operations, and source stones from the world’s largest diamond mines, allowing Diamonds International to offer exquisite jewelry — at the best possible value — directly to the public.
Throughout the company’s history, it has distinguished itself by providing a comfortable shopping atmosphere and an outstanding customer service. Whether enjoying a Caribbean vacation or sun bathing in the Pacific Mexican coast, thousands of people look for Diamonds International and its sister stores — Tanzanite International, Diamonds International Watch & Design and the online store at www.ShopDI.com — to provide them with luxury jewelry, elegant timepieces, and the finest gemstone products at an unsurpassed value, while offering a U.S.A based customer service department.
Diamonds International is proud to present the Puerto Paraiso renovated store which was re- opened to the public during December 2010 to become the third high end store Diamonds International holds in Cabo San Lucas, alongside the downtown flag store and the pier store. Designed by a New York based interior designer, the store, which is considered to be one of the company’s most impressive stores, demonstrates a unique design which combines different elements of nature such as wood, water and marble to create a piece of art which will turn your shopping experience into a pleasurable one.
The outstanding Crown Of Light diamond cut which can be found exclusively worldwide in the Diamonds