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It means you need to read the fine print :-)

 

Seriously, there is no specific meaning. It can mean it contains diamond dust or very small diamonds (which are worth very little) or it can mean just about anything else. I would ask, and get any representations in writing if you're spending a chunk of money on the piece. If a significant/big chunk, then an appraisal is in order.

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I'm reminded of an advertisement back in the 80's for quartz crystals being sold for their mystical healing properties and that they had their energy 'charged by the great pyramid'. I couldn't resist and I called up the distributor and asked them what the heck that meant. After great hooplah they agreed that 'charged' means the same as 'shared a planet with'.

 

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I'm reminded of an advertisement back in the 80's for quartz crystals being sold for their mystical healing properties and that they had their energy 'charged by the great pyramid'. I couldn't resist and I called up the distributor and asked them what the heck that meant. After great hooplah they agreed that 'charged' means the same as 'shared a planet with'.

 

Neil

Now that's funny. I never understood the whole quartz crystal mystical crap that was all the rage in a decade or so ago. Unless you like wearing a quartz crystal because it's pretty, merely doing so spells gullible in my mind...

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I'm reminded of an advertisement back in the 80's for quartz crystals being sold for their mystical healing properties and that they had their energy 'charged by the great pyramid'. I couldn't resist and I called up the distributor and asked them what the heck that meant. After great hooplah they agreed that 'charged' means the same as 'shared a planet with'.

 

Neil

Neil, this post really made me laugh. I started my career in the mineral business and you would be surprised (or not) how these ideologies are still prevalent today. Or maybe it is the whole cyclical phenomenon. I have been seeing a lot of popped collars lately. :)

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