Lee Satariano’s journey into the world of gemmology began in the early 90s when he followed in his father’s footsteps and learned the art of diamond cutting and sorting.

His commitment to excellence led him to further his knowledge in Antwerp, where he graduated as a diamond grader and gemmologist.

Lee’s dedication to his craft was further solidified through courses and appraisals at Christie’s, a global market leader in the diamond industry, which provided him with invaluable insights and expertise.

With a specialised store, ART Diamond Boutique, and workshop, Lee has established a haven for gem enthusiasts seeking exceptional quality and personalised service.

Offering a stunning array of GIA certified precious diamonds starting from 0.18ct up to larger sizes with a high-end combination of the 4C’s, as well as emeralds, rubies, sapphires, pearls, and designer jewellery, the boutique delivers “an unforgettable experience to its clientele.”

After honing his skills abroad, Lee returned to Malta and focused on establishing his business, specialising in the diamond trade. His emphasis on custom design, personalised attention, stone selection, appraisals, and more, he shares, allowed him to carve a niche for himself in the industry.

The quality of the stones at ART Diamond Boutique is guaranteed, he shares, as they are sourced only from legitimate sight holders of the Diamond Trading Corporation, backed by the biggest names in the global diamond industry,” Lee highlights.

With over 30 years of experience, the Founder attests that each client request is approached with “meticulous attention to detail”.

Whether it’s designing or sourcing the perfect wedding or engagement ring, re-purposing old precious jewellery, or providing alterations, repairs, cleaning, polishing, and rhodium plating, Lee assures that thanks to his expertise, every piece is handled with care and precision.

ART Diamond Boutique is located at Pjazza Tigne in Sliema, situated within the largest retail mall on the island, offering a luxurious atmosphere that complements the elegance of its collection.

The layout and design of the store facilitate a specialised and dedicated service, guiding customers in their selection of a lifetime investment that can be treasured for generations to come.

ART Diamond presents itself as an exclusive diamond and precious stone concept boutique through its exclusive in-house workshop and state of the art facilities, with the aim of offering an exceptional experience to it’s clientele.

“This distinction enables me to provide the most specialised services on the island, from procuring diamonds and overseeing the cutting and grading process to offering custom design, appraisals, repairs, and various other services,” he shares.

Lee’s comprehensive understanding of the entire diamond procurement process means that clients can benefit from expert guidance and a superior experience in every aspect of their purchase.

Whether clients are seeking the perfect engagement ring or require alterations and repairs, Lee’s commitment to excellence evidently shines through.

“ART Diamond Boutique stands as a symbol of luxury, craftsmanship, and a lifelong investment in exquisite jewellery.”


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