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Introduction to Diamonds

A Consumerís Guide to Diamonds

Diamond Basics

Many eons past while molten rock was boiling within the inner layers of the earth, the compelling forces of strain and high temperature altered carbon into very rare and amazing diamonds, after building such a great pressure, the volcanic magnitude could no longer be contained beneath the earths crust, and came spilling forth from beneath the earths crust. Read More

 

How to Determine Diamond Quality

The value of a diamond is determined by four principle factors. Each diamond is categorized by the assets of their cut, clarity, color and carat. Learning and knowing the characteristics, which these 4 C’s play in categorizing a diamond will provide you with the confidence of purchasing a stunning diamond for your jewelry. Read More

Diamond Shape

One of the first issues of purchasing a diamond is to consider while jewelry shopping for your diamond will be your preference of its basic shape. The shape of your diamond will express your personal taste and style of individuality, just as fashions make such a statement with clothing. Read More


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Diamond Certification

Long ago when diamonds were first being categorized by a grading system, the grade report was termed as a Diamond Certificate. Since that time, gemological laboratories have requested that the Diamond Certificate be termed Diamond Grading Report, so as not to confuse diamond consumers in thinking that any diamond is endorsed by the laboratories, but rather that the diamond in question has been graded in characteristics and categorized by class of the diamond, by the laboratories. Read More

 

Diamond Care

Diamonds are one of the hardest materials to be found. They are very durable, but because of their value and rarity, it is best to take care with them while doing any type of hard or strenuous work that may be harmful to your diamonds. The diamond can be damaged by being dropped or even receiving a blow, by accident, to just the right place on its surface. It is possible that they will come to no harm, but it is better to be safe than to be sorry. If your diamond becomes threatened in any way, be sure to check the jewelry for any weakness, such as a chipped or scratched diamond, as well as the setting, to insure the diamond is securely in place. It is worth your time to have your jewelry checked by a jeweler occasionally for wear or damage to the gems and their settings, and diamond care of cleaning. Read More

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