Juwelen Orogem

Juwelen Orogem is a family company built by three generations of diamond dealers; it has been a member of the Diamond Club of Antwerp for 35 years. For many years, the eldest Van Camp managed a diamond cutting workshop. His son extended this passion into naturally colored diamonds. The grandson, who specializes in jewelry, joined the team in 2007.

Orogem is a family business which has grown out of three generations of diamond merchants.
Our collection consists mainly of uniquely designed diamond jewellery. We also specialise in carefully selected and expertly crafted precious and semi-precious stones. If you would like to give your new or old jewellery a personal touch, we can guarantee you a stunning result, working together with our jewellery designer. ‘YOUR DREAM, OUR CREATION'
 
“We sought to gain this quality label because of the importance we place on excellent quality and impeccable and exclusive service. These are qualities which are also highly valued by the Antwerp World Diamond Centre, and which bring us even greater distinction with this label.”

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Vestingstraat 38
Antwerpen
+32 32 32 30 77
http://www.juwelenorogem.be
veronique@juwelenorogem.be

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