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  1. I guess somebody already know all these facts. Anyways, I thought these facts are quite interesting and so I thought to share here with all diamond lovers.
  2. Some Facts About Diamonds Diamonds were used to engrave gemstones in India by 300 BCE. Diamonds can be burned. To burn a diamond, it must be heated to between 1290-1650 degrees Fahrenheit. House fires and jewelers’ torches can sometimes reach that temperature. D-to-Z color diamonds are the most widely used in jewelry, but diamonds come in all colors of the rainbow. For natural colored diamonds, blue, green, orange and red are the rarest; yellow and brown are the most common. Diamond weight is measured in carats (not carrots or karats). The word carat is derived from keration, the Greek name for the carob tree whose seed was used for centuries as the standard of weighing precious stones. Because the seed could vary slightly in weight, in 1913, carat weight became metric; one metric carat is equivalent to 0.2 grams or 0.007 ounces. The largest rough diamond, discovered in 1905, is the Cullinan diamond, weighing in at 3,106 carats (ct.)! Source: www.gia.edu
  3. The term “certified diamonds†refers to polished diamonds that have undergone quality analysis by a trusted gemological laboratory such as the AGSL (American Gem Society Laboratories) or GIA (Gemological Institute of America) and have been issued a lab report, commonly referred to as a “certificate".
  4. I would go with naturallycolored website, the one you have mentioned. I think it has great colored diamonds for sale. Plus it is certified diamond seller too.
  5. I know a couple who never got married. They have been in live-in relationship for about 12 years now. They love each other a lot and I think that is the main thing in life that we have true love of our partner.
  6. Thank you Hermann for keeping this jewelry forum clean and tidy from spammers.
  7. The largest diamond ever discovered is the Cullinan diamond, which weighed in at 3106 carats before cutting and polishing. Sorry if people already know this. I have come across this information today and thought to share it in this community.
  8. I think Jack was here just to leave a link of his website. See his number of posts. It is just 1, which he used to pretend as a buyer of jewelry from xyz website. It is a promotion nothing else. No contribution at all.
  9. Thank you David, I will change my signature and will start contributing to the forum by sharing informative comments and articles related to jewelries. I shall talk to Admin for considering link of my website too. Thanks for guiding!
  10. Thank god, I thought my thread would be left unanswered. Finally, a reply. Thank you, David. I am also representing an fashion jewelry shopping store. I wish I could also include my link in the signature like you did. I guess I will have to be around for some more days to get that privilege.
  11. Sad to find no comments in my thread. I guess people are too scared to share the name of places where they buy jewelries from.
  12. Hey friends, please tell me your favorite place from where you people buy jewelries. Is it an online store or a shop in your country? Don't post link. Just name will do.
  13. It is a general tendency of a buyer who is always concerned about the shining of his newly purchased diamonds. I stumbled upon this thread so I thought to post my answer. I wasn't aware of this thread being 6 years old. Pardon me!
  14. fesco

    Why Diamonds?

    There are lots of ornaments which are cheaper than Diamonds but still people do their best to buy diamonds. I know this could be a stupid question for some, but still I need to know. Does expensiveness of the diamond attract people to go for it or is there any other reason?
  15. Diamonds, especially in small shape do refract VIBGYOR colors. Don't worry, the diamond is real.
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