Diamonds. Wednesday , April 26th , 2017 - 00:00:24 AM
Well, these diamonds are definitely real. It is the name given to brown colored diamonds. However, the term 'chocolate diamond' is a brand name of that belongs to Le Vian. The color of the diamond darkens due to the pressure of the earth on the diamonds when they are buried deep inside. They have similar properties as that of other colored diamonds. They are found in a variety of shades of brown. The following are the shades of chocolate diamonds:
Some diamonds get washed away either by erosion, or by nearby water bodies, and are thus found near river beds. They are known as alluvial deposits. Millions of years of erosion spread diamonds into streams, rivers, and the seas. Many centuries ago, diamonds were first recognized and mined in India along the rivers Penner, Krishna, and Godavari. Natural diamond sources have been discovered in 35 countries all across the globe. Russia, Botswana, and South Africa are the major gem quality diamond producers in the world. Australia is one of the world's biggest industrial diamond producers.
Princess cut diamonds are square or rectangular, with four sharp and uncut corners. Such a diamond looks like an inverted pyramid. In this type of diamond cut, the facets in both the crown and the pavilion are arranged in a vertical fashion, which is in contrast to the facet arrangement in other cuts. The length-to-width ratio of such a diamond can determine its dimension. If the length-to-width ratio is anywhere between 1 and 1.05, the diamond will appear as a square, and the rectangular ones have a ratio of more than 1.10. Most of the princess cut diamonds have 50 or 58 facets. In the former, 21 facets are in the crown or the top portion, 25 are in the bottom part called pavilion, and 4 are in the middle part called the girdle; whereas the latter has 21 in the crown, 4 in the girdle and 33 in the pavilion. You may also come across princess cut diamonds with around 76 facets.
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