Marisol Mac. Diamonds. February 19th , 2017.
20th century has seen emergence of a color gradation system ranging from D to Z, where D denotes for colorless and Z denotes for bright yellow coloration. This system has universal appeal unlike other systems present earlier. It assesses the diamond in comparison with the benchmark set in the presence of standardized lighting parameters. Gemstones graded between D-F are considered colorless, those between G-J are considered near-colorless, the ones from K to M are slightly colored, and N-Z usually appear light yellow or brown. The master sets used are precisely crafted and known as Cubic Zirconia.
Diamonds are graded according to the values of the 4Cs, which is for color, clarity, cut, and carat. First of all, make sure that the pendent you have selected has made-up of fine cut diamond. A brilliant-cut diamond proves the luster and brilliance of a diamond piece. The carat defines the size of this precious stone. Carat value matters while you are going to select a pendant. The small carat value means the small size of stone and the larger diamond size has a big carat value. You should pick the piece which can be visible from a genuine distance with the naked eye.
Diamonds are popularly known to be a woman's best friend. A symbol of eternal love and commitment, these gemstones are gifted in a variety of jewelry forms, such as necklaces, earrings, pendants, bracelets, and of course, rings. Talking about these dazzling stones can really take up an entire day, and may be even more time than that. So, without wasting any more time, let us steer our direction towards diamond rings, and their remounting.
Sapphires are formed during the metamorphosis of rocks and minerals, which also takes place deep below the Earth's surface. The extreme temperature and pressure there causes rocks and minerals to change form into liquid magma. During earth shifts, this molten magma cools down, resulting in recrystallization of the minerals dissolved in it, which finally leads to the formation of different-colored sapphires. White sapphires, in particular, are formed during the metamorphic recrystallization of minerals dissolved in igneous rocks.
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