Diamond jewelry has been valued and worn throughout most of recorded history, although the art and science of cutting loose diamonds is relatively new – and diamond jewelry has only been available to the general public for the last 150 years or so. Almost half of all Diamonds come from mines in central and southern Africa. The other half comes from mines in Canada, India, Russia, Brazil and Australia. Today, the jewelry industry is buzzing about high-quality or lab-created diamonds. These synthetic diamonds possess the same molecular structure as natural diamonds. With public concerns about the mining industry, these man-made beauties offer a compelling alternative to the real thing. Stop by our ‘sanctuary of sparkle’ on Fifth Avenue to view diamond rings and fine jewelry in 3D, and try on actual products – by appointment only.
Including Russian Brilliants, Russian Stars and others, they are in fact nothing but high quality cubic zirconias. This is not mentioned prominently on their web sites and they will only cop to it when pressed, but that is the fact. Russian diamond simulates are priced around $280 per carat. In order to attract potential customers, different styles are applied to the loose diamonds. The most important advantage of buying these pieces wholesale is that they are directly brought from the manufacturers and owners. You can save nearly 30 percent of your money thereby cutting down your cost. But, also keep in mind while buying diamonds; check out the 4 Cs: cut, color, clarity, and carat. You should be well aware of these things.
Colorless diamonds are considered as the most pure diamonds and it is preferred over colored ones for its unbeatable brilliance. As diamonds are the toughest of all material it is cut and shaped using tools made of stronger diamonds. Diamonds vary in quality and price depending upon its purity. Diamonds are graded on the basis of four major characteristics possessed by them. They are cuts (the symmetrically aligned division of the stone’s surface), carat (weight of the stone), clarity (purity or perfection), and color (variations in the color properties of a natural diamond). Diamond jewelries are best made with gold. In certain parts of the world, especially in India diamonds are studded in silver metals for ornaments as the combination is considered more auspicious.
As far as where you sell your diamond jewelry, you have a choice of two main directions. You can either sell to a private party, or sell to or through a professional. Selling to a private party will most likely bring in the highest dollar amount. However, there are substantial risks if you wish to go this route. Scammers are prevalent regardless of where you list your piece, and it can take substantial time to sell a piece this way. If you use a site such as , which has the advantage of being free, you must be especially careful of your personal safety and common fraud. Only accept cash and agree to meet somewhere public and safe such as a bank lobby or jewelry store. The auction site eBay carries less risk of personal safety and fraud, but fees are applicable regardless of whether or not your piece sells and listing the same piece in multiple locations is discouraged.
Jewellery making in the Pacific started later than in other areas because of recent human settlement. Early Pacific jewellery was made of bone, wood, and other natural materials, and thus has not survived. Most Pacific jewellery is worn above the waist, with headdresses, necklaces, hair pins, and arm and waist belts being the most common pieces. Meet our line of sustainably grown diamonds set in recycled 14k solid gold. Beautiful. Inside and out. Since diamonds are the most valuable and rarest of all the gemstones, efforts have been made to duplicate or even enhance diamonds using less expensive alternatives. A lot of times, honest mistakes have been made and these alternatives or other gemstones such as spinel were sometimes confused with real diamonds. In some cases, some dishonest people try to sell these alternatives to misfortunate buyers in order to profit. Below we will discuss about these alternatives and ways to identify them.