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Media Release News for Guildhall Diamonds Inc. Brilliant New Image Photography

MARKHAM, ONTARIO -- (Marketwired) -- 02/13/14 -- Editors note: There is one image and one video associated with this press release.

Guildhall Diamonds Inc., Specializes in the sale of Natural Fancy Color Diamonds that are also commonly known as Colored Diamonds. This high-end luxury product sales company needed top quality photos of their unique and prized collection of rare and beautiful diamonds.

Guildhall is proud to show off their updated website that now includes superior high-resolution digital photography that brings to light the brilliance of these highly sought after gems.

Jeremy Wiseman Co-Founder and Vice President of Guildhall Diamonds Inc. said the research to find the best photographer and various methods to shoot the rare and valuable diamonds took several years. "We have worked with several photographers over the years but no one could capture the true likeness, beauty and color that match our standard of excellence".

With a lot of dedication, research and hands on experience we have finally developed a process that ensures each diamond is photographed in a sophisticated manner that best represents the true beauty and likeness of these one of a kind stones.

Wiseman believes it is essential that Guildhall provide all of their own proprietary high-end digital photography to ensure clients searching on their website have an accurate resemblance of the real diamonds appearance.

Guildhall Diamonds Inc. owns each and every diamond in this fabulous collection. At this level of both luxury asset and conceptual sales Paul Wiseman knows transparency is paramount in information, knowledge and pricing.

You can appreciate diamonds for their beauty and meaning, for their treasure and worth. And to experience a rare colored diamond in person is a great thing, as a bystander to see its best attributes enlarged to great detail is a very special treat for potential investors, photographers, media and general public.

As President of this gem of a company 'Paul Wiseman' feels that each one of the diamonds are a true work of art and the photography and original images are just as valuable to regular customers and potential buyers. The high quality photography only adds to the increase in appeal of these beautiful and rare color diamonds. Paul says the key fundamentals in purchasing investment grade diamonds are in the color, the rarity, and limit of supply, track record and investor demand. Learn more about color diamonds and check out www.guildhalldiamonds.com or speak to one of their highly skilled Guildhall representatives call Toll-Free 1-866-274-9570.

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