Imke Delara. Diamonds. June 04th , 2017.
Diamonds owing to their greater brilliance, clarity, and shine, are more in demand, and are thus more pricier in comparison to sapphires of the same weight. Typically, a finely-cut diamond of the same weight can be about 30 times costlier than a sapphire. But then again, it all depends on the quality of the particular stone in question. Some rare white sapphires are more valued, and thus, priced a lot higher than the others are.
Before these precious gems are set into jewelry, they are valued and bought. The price one pays for them depends on the diamond's weight in carat, its cut, its color, and its clarity grade. These four qualities of diamonds are called the 4 C's of diamonds. Of these, the diamond's clarity depends on certain characteristics that the diamond acquires during its formation and retains even in the polished state.
Once you have all the necessary items, it is important to discuss the type of sandpaper you should use. For this type of sanding, it is recommended to go with tri-folded sheets of standard aluminum oxide production paper. Be sure to purchase a variety of grits, including 100, 120, 220, and 320. Although most of the sanding youll be doing will require the 100 grit, you may need to purchase all of these to achieve a certain finish.
In astrology, both diamonds and white sapphire are associated with the planet Venus. Venus is considered as symbolizing love, beauty, and sensuality. Thus, wearing of either of these gemstones is said to impart these beneficial qualities in a person's life. Many astrologers opine that, to obtain the benefits of the same value as those bestowed by a 1-carat diamond, one would be required to wear at least a 2- to 3-carat white sapphire.
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