Rajya Maureen. Diamonds. May 14th , 2017.
The other type of cuts enhance its character. They are the smaller cuts that give a diamond its flair, which can be classified in three parts. The first is the total amount of light reflected from the diamond. The more the light, the shinier the diamond. The second is the diamond's ability to separate light into its different colors from the spectrum. This is usually called the 'fire' of a diamond. The third is the amount of sparkle a diamond has. The more sparkling a diamond is when it moves in light, the more it costs.
Diamond Nexus gemstones are the result of a fairly new scientific advancement in processing technique, and have only recently been available in the United States.
The most recent among all blood diamond facts (2010, July) was a development that took place regarding Zimbabwean diamonds. The KPCS has considered diamonds coming from Zimbabwe as conflict diamonds till recent times. However, since 2010, the KPCS has agreed to recognize the diamonds mined from Zimbabwe's Marange Diamond Fields as conflict free and have allowed these to be sold in the global market.
Diamonds, as you already know, are probably the most precious gemstones that one would want to own. They are basically stones dug out from mines, cut and polished till they appear glistening and stunning as we see them in the stores. Diamonds are found in many colors. The white (or colorless) ones are the most common variety. However, diamonds are available in almost every color of the rainbow too - yellow, pink, green, purple, black, blue, red, gray and brown. Red diamonds are among the rarest. But what we'll be focusing on here are the brown ones. Those gorgeous earth colored diamonds that adorn quite a few fingers, ears and necks these days.
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