Whetu Haanraads Diamonds, June 01st , 2017. Cubic zirconia are man-made gems that closely resemble the properties of diamonds. To a layman, both the gems look quite similar. However, professional gemologists can differentiate between them easily. Let's take a look at the differences between these two gemstones.
Marisol Mac Diamonds, May 31st , 2017. First of all, the dispelling of a romantic notion. Diamonds aren't formed from coal. Most of them are forged from carbon that's trapped inside the Earth's mantle, at the very beginning of our planet's formation (about 3 to 4 billion years ago), at a depth of more than a 100 kilometers, below the Earth's surface. Whereas coal is a sedimentary rock, formed from organic plant matter, some millions of years ago, which is usually buried about 2 miles below the planetary surface.
Silva Vinh Diamonds, June 03rd , 2017. In the case of a blue colored diamond some of the nitrogen has been replaced by Boron. Boron will reflect the blue wavelength of the light spectrum. The higher the concentration of boron the more color will be showed. At a level of one or a few boron atoms for every million-carbon atom, an attractive blue color results.
Rashmi Jameela Diamonds, June 01st , 2017. A solitaire diamond ring is what every women aspires to wear on her fingers. Solitaires are special diamonds that has been cut impeccably and have clarity and brilliance. Solitaires comes in many shapes and sizes and are usually mounted on gold and platinum with a prong setting. The most popular solitaire ring styles are:
Jyotsna Nitika Diamonds, June 02nd , 2017. The Kimberley Process (KP) defines 'conflict diamonds' as "rough diamonds used by rebel movements to finance wars against legitimate governments." For the conscientious buyer, it is of great significance that only conflict-free diamonds are considered for purchase.
Imke Delara Diamonds, June 01st , 2017. Well, these diamonds are definitely real. It is the name given to brown colored diamonds. However, the term 'chocolate diamond' is a brand name of that belongs to Le Vian. The color of the diamond darkens due to the pressure of the earth on the diamonds when they are buried deep inside. They have similar properties as that of other colored diamonds. They are found in a variety of shades of brown. The following are the shades of chocolate diamonds:
Blaguna Rajani Diamonds, June 02nd , 2017. The stone harmonizes and benefits Jupiter; the largest planet in the solar system. Its effects are more like the Sun, and quite unlike it too. Like the Sun, this stone spreads across warmth, knowledge, and tranquility. On the other hand, the stone is also known to bring in mental peace; which is highly recommended for Leos. Jupiter's influence in the human physiology is through the globus pallidus.
Aggie Lala Diamonds, June 02nd , 2017. Here is where man-made diamonds win unequivocally. Cost of synthetic and natural diamonds is highly unequal. The synthetic ones are available at a price, which is 30% lesser than their natural counterparts. So synthetic diamonds offer the same quality at a substantially lesser price. Plus you have the moral satisfaction of purchasing 'conflict free' diamonds. While in case of natural diamonds, you cannot be that sure!
Sonja Mairenn Diamonds, June 03rd , 2017. Diamond cut actually describes the dimensions or the proportions in which the diamond is cut. That is why when you go to buy a diamond you see some figures in percentages that are related to the cut of the diamond. These dimensions include the depth, width, and the uniformness of all the facets. The cut explains the symmetry by which the diamond is cut. This symmetry determines the way the light rays will react once they pass through the diamond. Thus, if the symmetry and proportion of the diamond cut is ideal, it will give good reflection and the diamond gets a sparkling look. Poorly cut diamonds lack that sparkle and good reflection of light.
Yehudit Laine Diamonds, June 03rd , 2017. The Hope, or French Blue Diamond, or the Tavernier Blue Diamond, was mined in the Kollur mine in Golconda, India. At that time, its weight was 112 carats. In 1660, a French merchant-traveler and explorer, Jean Baptist Tavernier visited India. Some say he purchased the blue gemstone from an Indian slave. However, there are stories that say Tavernier stole the gemstone from the forehead of an idol of a Hindu Goddess Sita. In 1669, Tavernier smuggled the blue gemstone to France, where he sold it to the king of France, Louis XIV, the Sun King.
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