Laurence Graff OBE welcomes you to the Summer 2014 edition.
Explore photos from the latest global Graff events.
A round up of this season's latest Graff News.
One of the most anticipated cultural and social events on South Africa: The Unveiling of Vladimir Tretchikoff's 'Chinese Girl' at Delaire Graff Estate.
As CEO, Francois Graff is spearheading the house's remarkable global growth, and relishes the hands-on dynamic of running a family diamond business, writes Joanne Glasbey.
A rare diamond watch that has been in the imagination of the Graff family for years has at last emerged into reality, writes Joanne Glasbey.
The artiest whose radical approach,so different from the existing ideas of composition and execution, took sixties culture by storm remains popular, influential and relevant today. But Just who was the man who dared to paint soup cans and call it art? George Pendle takes a closer look at Andy Warhol, the genius who broke all the rules.
Intuitive technology is presented with historic skill and unrivalled workmanship in the MasterGraff collection, finds Simon De Burton.
Firmly established as one of the world's major financial centres, Zürich is renowned for its wealth and sophistication. But, writes Rob Ryan, with its reserved citizens and understand style, it is by no means a flashy trendsetter.
Exemplary gems adorn finely crafted timepieces, instilling every action with refined, delicate grace. Charlie Byrne bows to this season's feminine charms.
Sublime gems create Monaco magic, dazzling from dawn until dusk.
A revolutionary new microdermabrasion treatment offered at the Delaire Graff Spa lends skin the dazzling clarity and radiance of a diamond, writes Alice Hart-Davis.
Covert watch dials skilfully concealed in delicate jewellery: Graff boasts an unsurpassed collection of fabulous time-telling pieces with hidden depths, writes Charlie Byrne.
Exceptional craftsmanship and design create spectacular jewels reflecting impossible depths of colour and light.
The partnership forged between Graff Diamond's FACET Foundation and the Pebbles Project will open up a whole new world of opportunity for the disadvantaged children of South Africa's winelands, writes Maria Yacoob.
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