Diamonds. Friday , June 23rd , 2017 - 07:00:15 AM
One must always ensure that the diamonds purchased are always certified. It is obligatory for your jeweler to always give you a certificate with your purchase. This certificate originates from an independent testing library. It must contain the measurements, weight, color, inclusions, polish, symmetry, and such other detailed information. This also gives you the assurance that the diamond has undergone a professional examination. A certificate gives you the guarantee that your purchase is authentic. The professional team evaluates, measures, and examines the diamond using the jeweler's loupe, microscope, and their own expert knowledge. A diamond grading report gives you that stamp of approval to make the purchase, as it provides a true and accurate statement of the characteristics of the diamond.
The story goes that the first diamond was found by a young boy named Stephanus Erasmus. He found a stone at the DeKalk farm, on the banks of Orange River in South Africa, and gave it to his neighbor named Schalk van Niekerk, who used to collect unusual types of stones. Niekerk gave it to a traveling salesman who showed the stone to the magistrate, Lourenzo Boyes. The stone was displayed at the World Fair in Paris in 1867, and there it was declared to be a diamond and named 'Eureka'. More diamonds were found during this time and this was the start of the history of bloodshed in Africa.
It is always better to seek the opinion of the jeweler (from whom you buy the ring) with regard to diamond cleaning methods. If he is providing you with instructions or cleaning solutions, you have to use them only. Otherwise, try the above said methods carefully. You can prevent diamond rings from getting dirty, by removing them before handling chemicals, cosmetics, oil, soil and other such materials. Even cleaning of diamonds should be done, only when it is necessary. Frequent cleaning may also cause the sparkle of these stones to fade away.
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