Recent Posts About Diamond Information


Real vs. Fake Diamonds (How to Tell If A Diamond Is Real)

September 25, 2020

With a number of really good diamond imitations out there, you might be wondering whether all the diamond jewelry that you own actually contain real diamonds. After all, moissanites and cubic zirconia both make for very convincing diamond lookalikes. We’re not saying you have been cheated, but a little bit of wariness is always a …

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How Many Months Salary Should You Spend on an Engagement Ring?

May 7, 2020

For centuries, men have given women a ring as a symbol of love and commitment. In fact, the exchange dates back to Ancient Egypt, where couples would exchange braided reeds. The reeds were circular to symbolize eternity together. They were typically placed on the left index finger, as it was believed the left index finger contained …

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Diamonds are coming to blockchain technology!

August 6, 2019

Have you at any point contemplated how blockchain could influence the diamond business? Likely not, correct? In any case, presently blockchain innovation could improve how we track diamonds, from the mine to the gems store. Be that as it may, there’s an issue with diamonds. Likewise with any well known industry, the diamond market isn’t …

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How important are diamonds to Earth’s habitability?

June 18, 2019

The life span of Earth’s mainlands even with dangerous structural action is a fundamental geologic background for the rise of life on our planet. This security relies upon the hidden mantle joined to the landmasses. New research by a gathering of geoscientists from Carnegie, the Gemological Institute of America, and the University of Alberta exhibits …

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Identify diamond treatments

October 20, 2018

Technologies for diamond treatments The treatment used to improve the appearance of natural diamonds include laser drilling, typically followed by acid treatment, to remove the black inclusions; the filling of large surface-reaching fractures with high-refractive-index glass; and color enhancement by various procedures. Two of the most important developments in the decade are: * A new type …

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The World’s diamond deposits

April 8, 2018

For centuries, India was known as the world’s only source of diamonds. Then Brazil alluvial deposits were discovered in the 1700s. But both countries were over shadowed by South Africa’s enormous primary deposits, which appeared in the late 1800s. Today, because of advances in exploration technology, diamond deposits are no longer limited to one or …

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Facts about gold

December 4, 2017

Gold and its alloys Gold quality is usually defined by karat, with each karat representing 1/24 of the amount of pure gold in an alloy ( as measured by weight ). Thus the higher the karat, the greater the proportion of pure gold there is. the remaining content of an alloy consists of assorted elements …

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What is an electronic diamond tester?

July 25, 2017

In today’s diamond market, synthetic diamonds are often hard to distinguish from real stones. Synthetic materials, like cubic zirconia and moissanite, both create an imitation stone that looks much like a real diamond to the naked or untrained eye. Diamond buyers and sellers have come to depend on electronic diamond testers to ensure the diamonds …

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History of diamonds

May 28, 2017

Diamond History To qualify to be a precious stone, it must be transparent, sufficiently hard and sufficiently rare. Because the diamond fully meets all of these criteria, it is the king of all and precious stones. Its special position in the realm of precious stones is the reason why a certain myth has always surrounded …

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Why is a diamond so hard?

March 19, 2017

The diamond is an atomic crystal whose carbon are held together in a strong and rigid lattice. diamond graphite This accounts for the diamond’s extreme hardness and resistance to deformation but the fact that the carbon atoms are not packed closely together means the diamond possesses a very high degree of thermal conductivity. The density …

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