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Know Your Diamond Cuts

Since the times of ancient Rome, it has been customary for a man to give a woman an engagement ring. It was put on the finger nearest the pinky of the left hand, for ancient scientists believed this finger held a vein that led to the heart. Indeed, a Roman fiancee was given two rings:

KEEP YOUR GOLD JEWELRY SHINING BRIGHT AND WHITE

KEEP YOUR GOLD JEWELRY SHINING BRIGHT AND WHITE Why should the shine of your true love fade away? Don’t be alarmed when the back of your ring starts appearing dull or you see bits of dull yellow on the surface – this is a natural process when the rhodium on the surface of white gold

Anyone in the market for a giant pink diamond?

One of the most valuable diamonds ever placed on auction will make a return appearance at Sotheby’s Hong Kong Magnificent Jewels and Jadeite sale on April 4. “The Pink Star” diamond at 59.60 carats is the Largest Internally Flawless Fancy Vivid Pink diamond ever graded by the Gemological Institute of America. Its estimate is more

Diamond Fluorescence

Did you know that only about 25% to 35% of diamonds fluoresce? GIA considers diamond fluorescence an identifying characteristic, not a grading factor like the GIA 4Cs of Diamond Quality. Learn more how GIA accesses fluorescence. Some trade professionals think blue fluorescence enhances a diamond’s appearance, especially diamonds with I to M color grades. Bluish