Dracakis Jewellers

For two generations, the Dracakis family have sourced fine diamonds from across the globe for their discerning clients in Sydney’s north shore and beyond. Dracakis Diamonds are different – their sparkle is bright, their brilliance breathtaking – why?

Our dedicated team of gemologists, paying close attention to the tradition 4C’s of traditional diamond grading select each and every diamond by hand.


Understanding Diamonds




The most important factor in determining a diamonds value, beauty and sparkle – has nothing to do with the colour or clarity, but rather the diamonds cut.

Beautifully proportioned, well-cut diamonds sparkle better, and brighter, than any other diamonds you can find.


Cut Grades












With the exception of IF graded diamonds, all-natural diamonds have minor imperfections – the type of imperfection, size, shape, and position within the crystal can impact the value and beauty of the diamond.

By selecting our diamonds by hand, our team sources beautifully eye-clean diamonds of every clarity.


Clarity Grades






In diamond grading, colour refers to the lack of tint within a diamond. The less colour, the rarer, the more valuable a diamond becomes.

Our expert gemologists select beautiful colourless and near colourless diamonds for our engagement collections – but we also source spectacular tinted diamonds of every hue, and specialise in sourcing rare coloured diamonds, which are graded using a separate set of characteristics, depending on the colour.


Colour Grades






Importantly, when we talk about carats, we talk about the weight of a diamond, not the size or measurements.

With this in mind, consider two diamonds of equal carat weight, with different values and beauty because of their cut – or other characteristics.






Diamond fluorescence, in its most simple form, is the effect that ultraviolet (UV) light has on a diamond.

Fluorescence is incredibly common, in fact, 1 in 3 certified diamonds exhibit some degree of fluorescence, and in most cases the colour is blue.

Leading international studies show that for the overwhelming majority of diamonds, the strength of fluorescence has no widely noticeable effect on a diamonds appearance.

In many instances, observers prefer the appearance of diamonds that have medium to strong fluorescence.



Hearts on Fire Diamonds


For nearly 20 years, Dracakis has been a proud partner of Hearts On Fire – providing our clients access to this incredible brand, we can offer, very literally, the worlds most perfectly cut diamonds as an alternative to Dracakis Diamonds.

By using only the most exceptional rough diamond crystals, Hearts On Fire cut and polished gemstones have a clean, brilliant, and unmistakable sparkle in their finished form.

The Hearts On Fire cutting process is a blend of art and science, perfected over many decades by master diamond cutters, their cut highlights a diamond’s physical properties—like the way it reflects and refracts light—and emphasises its inherent beauty with precise angles that show it off to its most magnificent effect.

Hearts On Fire cut and polish their diamonds at 100X magnification. That’s 10 times the industry standard, and that kind of precision makes a difference that you can see.

It’s one of the reasons why Hearts On Fire diamonds sparkle so much more than other diamonds.

Every single one of Hearts on Fire diamonds, even our tiniest accent diamonds, has our signature Hearts & Fireburst pattern. This pattern is a result of our cut, and a testament to its consistency. It is the brands promise that every diamond in a piece of Hearts On Fire jewellery will sparkle with our signature brilliance.