Bez Ambar...The World's Most Incredible Diamond Jewelry Designer
In the world of fine jewelry, one name continually surfaces when discussing extraordinary accomplishments: Bez Ambar, one of the most important diamond jewelry designers of our time. Starting as a diamond cutter, he developed new diamond cuts never seen before. Upon winning a prestigious DeBeers design award in 1985, he became known as a brilliant creator of fine jewelry.
He has done what nobody else can do. He has combined expert technical abilities using the latest in technological tools, with his wonderfully creative sense of design. While there are many who are great technicians, and others who have creative minds, NONE of them encompass the best of both. Bez’s list of accomplishments is too long to list here, but he is credited with:
* Inventing the princess cut diamond marketed as Quadrillion®
* Inventing invisible setting for diamonds…the setting of rows of rounds and squares with no prongs or channel bars.
- Inventing the micro pavé setting technique for diamonds (properly done under a microscope.) So many jewelers have attempted to copy this technique. The vast majority have failed.
- The first spectacular halo ring utilizing his micro pavé technique.
- The invention of the patented Blaze® diamond. This cut has 10 x more spectral colors than any other diamond.
- The invention of the patented Divine cut® diamond. This cut enhances the spectral colors of a round diamond AND makes the diamond appear two grades whiter.
Bez Ambar’s work is available exclusively in New York at Maurice Badler. He and Jeffrey Badler have worked together for more than 35 years. They elevate each other by sharing ideas about the latest in technology and fashion. In the past, Bez did work for Tiffany, Cartier and Bulgari. Now he is exclusive to Maurice Badler. Visit our boutique store at 485 Park Avenue (between 58th & 59th Streets) in NYC or call (800) M-BADLER (800) 622-3537 for personal assistance.