Werknesh Vidya Diamonds, June 15th , 2017. No woman will deny that a diamond is simply the most incomparable objects found on the Earth. There also goes the clichd saying that diamonds are a woman's best friends and diamond jewelry as a gift rarely fails to impress a woman. The white or the traditional diamond, although the most beautiful one, is a commonplace now. The word 'diamond' is almost synonymous with the white diamond which is still valuable, but, common. If you are looking for a unique piece of jewelry, set in a distinct type of diamond, then you can look for the canary or yellow diamond jewelry.
Sela Anamarija Diamonds, June 16th , 2017. In case of a disturbed mounting, go to the jeweler and get the setting rectified. Loose fitted diamonds tend to fall off and I am sure, you cannot afford to lose your precious diamonds.
Marisol Mac Diamonds, June 16th , 2017. Coal, which is an amorphous form of carbon, is not made of pure carbon. Apart from carbon, it contains complicated organic molecules of decomposed plant and animal material, which have been compressed for millions of years, in the Earth's crust. Coal is subjected to various geological processes that change its chemical composition to form graphite. This process requires suitable conditions and millions of years to take place.
Emem Tomislava Diamonds, June 16th , 2017. The Kimberley Process requires that consumers ask prudent questions from the diamond retailers before going ahead with a purchase. Making an informed purchase is the only way to remove and prevent conflict diamonds from seeping into the mainstream market.
Ella Naamah Diamonds, June 14th , 2017. Canada's first diamond mine is the Ekati mine, which is 300 miles northeast of Yellowknife. It opened in 1998 and is primarily owned by the Australian mining conglomerate BHP Billiton, who own an 80% share. The minority share of 20% is owned by Charles Fipke and Stewart Blusson (10% each), who are the geologists who discovered the mines. It has yielded 40 million carats (8,000 kg/17,636 lbs.) out of six open pits, between 1998 and 2008.
Rosetta Tordis Diamonds, June 17th , 2017. 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.
Yehudit Laine Diamonds, June 17th , 2017. There are entities such as a museum, private organization or a person who buy certain items fulfilling their requirements. If you think your valuables are rare, which can easily happen if it is in your family for some generations, you must approach these entities. Or if there is something unique about it such as the design, shape or if the diamond has some characteristics that are rarely found, then, you can locate a collector of such items and strike a bargain.
Werknesh Vidya Diamonds, June 16th , 2017. 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.
Ella Naamah Diamonds, June 17th , 2017. Hope diamond is the world's largest blue diamond. As of now, it is housed in the Smithsonian Natural History Museum in Washington, D.C., and its size is 45.52 carats. The sparkling blue color is due to the presence of boron. When it is passed under ultraviolet rays, it displays red phosphorescence.
Rashmi Jameela Diamonds, June 16th , 2017. It takes millions and millions of years for diamonds to form in the Earth's mantle. For this to happen, the temperature must be around 2000 degree Fahrenheit and the pressure must be 45 and 60 kilobars. Such favorable conditions exist only in some limited regions of the Earth's mantle. Variations in temperature and pressure may affect the formation of diamonds. A dip in the pressure or a rise in the temperature may result in dissolution of the diamonds or partially formed ones.
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