Corina Marisol. Diamonds. August 30th , 2017.
Professional appraisal of the diamonds, however, is still a must when selling, for many reasons. You will be informed about the total possible value of the stones by an objective professional in jewelry and the said appraisal of which will be the basis for comparisons between the numerous types of diamond buyers. If possible, ask for an appraisal certification to back up your price.
Diamonds are basically a crystalline form of carbon. High pressure and temperature in the Earth's crust force a lump of carbon to crystallize under pressure, leading to the creation of a natural diamond. Synthesizers of artificial diamonds recreate these conditions on the Earth's surface to create the synthetic variety of diamonds. Lab created diamonds, as they are also called, shouldn't be confused with the so-called diamond substitutes like Cubic Zirconia (ZrO2), Moissanite (SiC), YAG (Y3Al5O12) and White Sapphire (Al2O3) gems. These are carbon based diamonds, chemically identical to natural ones, albeit smaller in size and devoid of the impurities that add exotic value to natural diamonds.
You can try different designs and combination. A big heart shaped chocolate diamond with small white diamonds in the shape of a bow over it, will be a perfect gift on weddings and anniversaries. Whereas, combination of various small-sized gemstones, or even various shades of brown diamonds designed together will look simply magical and has the potential to attract many people around you.
A diamond is regarded as the most priceless and sought-after gemstone. Its appearance can be enhanced by giving it an appropriate shape and cut. However, the 'cut' in context of a diamond means the number of facets and its proportions such as its width and depth. The shape of a diamond is the outline of the finished version. It is the 'cut' that determines its brilliance, value, and durability, and also enhances its appearance and overall appeal. Many diamond cuts have developed over the years such as brilliant round cut, rose cut, princess cut, oval cut, radiant cut, Asscher cut, etc. One more type of cut is the emerald cut.
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