Our Diamonds are of UN-matched quality. And are conflict free Diamonds.

Early Diamond History

Around 3,000 years ago, in the country of India, the first ever diamond history was recorded.  If diamonds had been found prior to this period of time, we have no written record of it  Diamonds in this day and age were used for two main purposes, and is quite different from why we still love diamonds today.  Diamonds stood as a talisman in order to fend off evil spirits, and to provide protection during battles, and they were also valued because of their ability to reflect the light.

Rough Uncut Diamonds

Rough Uncut Diamonds




With ever growing demands of  Minerals in the World, We strive to open new opportunities by exploring other mineral mining opportunities for our company and 3rd parties.

Safe Working Enviroments

We strive to keep safety as our key priority thats why we use state of the art processes.


Suppliers of High Quality Gold, Our Gold offers are from Gold Bars, Nuggets & Dust. For more information please contact us.

History of Gold?

Gold was first discovered as shining, yellow nuggets. “Gold is where you find it,” so the saying goes, and gold was first discovered in its natural state, in streams all over the world. No doubt it was the first metal known to early hominids.

Gold became a part of every human culture. Its brilliance, natural beauty, and luster, and its great malleability and resistance to tarnish made it enjoyable to work and play with.

Where does gold come from ?

Because gold is dispersed widely throughout the geologic world, its discovery occurred to many different groups in many different locales. And nearly everyone who found it was impressed with it, and so was the developing culture in which they lived.

Gold was the first metal widely known to our species. When thinking about the historical progress of technology, we consider the development of iron and copper-working as the greatest contributions to our species’ economic and cultural progress – but gold came first.

Gold is the easiest of the metals to work. It occurs in a virtually pure and workable state, whereas most other metals tend to be found in ore-bodies that pose some difficulty in smelting. Gold’s early uses were no doubt ornamental, and its brilliance and permanence (it neither corrodes nor tarnishes) linked it to deities and royalty in early civilizations .

Mining Operations

We are involved in the Mining of Copper, Cobalt, Diamonds & Gold. Our mining operations are state of the art and are iso 9001 certified.