Pax Ivanna. Diamonds. May 26th , 2017.
Diamond is the hardest mineral on earth, thus, it is very difficult to spot scratches and scuffing on it. But, if you own a fake diamond, you will find that it is full of light scratches and scuffing. Just hold a magnifying glass against the stone and you will be able to see these light blemishes.
There is historical evidence revealing that King George IV of England bought this gemstone from Daniel Eliason. On the death of the king, it was sold to clear his debts.
Natural diamonds are always associated with some irregularities and imputities in their structure, which impart color. A pure natural diamond is colorless and very rare. In comparison to this, synthetic ones are flawless; rather structural imperfections are imparted in order to simulate the natural ones. Synthesizing colored varieties of these gems, is far cheaper than producing colorless diamonds, as the former ones take less time to grow.
Unless you're buying a vintage diamond that has been cut over 50 years ago, the only way of ascertaining a conflict-free diamond is through proper documentation.
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