Rashmi Jameela Diamonds, May 04th , 2017. This aspect can be described by using the following adjectives: antique, classic, and romantic look. The rounded corners give it a soft appearance, and its proportions reflect its natural beauty and shine. It appears less brilliant than the brilliant round shaped diamonds, but when cut with a combination of proportions, it appears quite fiery.
Christabel Daniella Diamonds, April 30th , 2017. One of my favorite types of woodworking is making items from diamond willows. The wood is unique each time and always beautiful. While its growing, it only gets a few inches in diameter at most. Commonly used as walking sticks because of its beauty and rareness that make quite a stylish diamond willow cane. It's also used to make a lot of different things such as diamond willow lamps, hat/coat racks, furniture, and picture frames.
Rajya Maureen Diamonds, May 04th , 2017. After being extracted by any of the mining methods described above, the diamondiferous rock is crushed, to extract manageable chunks from it. Next, it is mixed with ferrosilicon slurry and through a technique called Dense Medium Separation (DMS). Diamond-rich concentrate is separated from it, using centrifugal techniques. At this stage, the concentrate is crushed even more, to extract diamonds. Using X-rays, laser sorters, and other techniques that exploit the properties of diamonds, they are finally separated from the concentrate, to be cut and polished.
Silva Vinh Diamonds, May 01st , 2017. Moissanite is also known as silicon carbide, as the former is a synthesized form of the latter. Silicon carbide was first artificially synthesized in the laboratory by Jons Jacob Berzelius, to produce this gemstone. The naturally occurring, extremely rare mineral moissanite, was first discovered by Henri Moissan, after which it is named. It is one of the hardest known substance. It was first produced as a substitute and was meant to replace diamond as an abrasive agent and a cutting material. Its crystalline characteristics are also similar to the latter, as the covalent bonds that hold it together are surprisingly similar.
Silva Vinh Diamonds, May 03rd , 2017. Since there are many different colors that a diamond comes in, the price of every diamond varies from one another. As mentioned the colorless diamonds are generally the most expensive ones. The price fluctuates as the color changes. While it is believed that the color of the diamond is because of some impurities, the price of the colored diamonds is generally less than that of the colorless ones.
Ivona Gita Diamonds, May 04th , 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.
Jyotsna Nitika Diamonds, May 01st , 2017. In 1813, the French Blue diamond resurfaced in London. However, there are no clear evidences whether it is the same blue gemstone that was stolen from Garde-Meuble. A jeweler called Daniel Eliason owned this gemstone, and its weight had been reduced to 45 carats in 1823.
Werknesh Vidya Diamonds, May 03rd , 2017. ✦ Soon De Beers requested a visit to the mine. However, when the delegates got there, they were tricked by the mine officials, who allowed them to be in the mine just for 20 minutes. This was done so that no important information could be obtained from the mine in such a short span of time.
Corina Marisol Diamonds, May 04th , 2017. Heat Sinks: A heat sink is a component in an electronic system that cools it by eliminating heat and mixing into the surrounding. Diamonds have a high thermal conductivity that means they are very good heat conductors and diamonds are used as a good tool for heat sinks.
Silva Vinh Diamonds, May 01st , 2017. 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.
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