Diamonds are forever

Shiny Diamond

This shiny diamond displays true high quality brilliance.

 Let’s be honest, Diamonds can be everyone’s best friend. In todays day and age men and women are equally wearing these precious gems on all sorts of body parts. Diamonds have been around longer than the dinosaurs, yet after all this time they have only been in human Mass Mining since 1866. The first records of diamonds were found almost 3000 years back in India. They were highly valued as a result of their capacity to refract light and were utilized as either talismans or as charms.

The process of customizing jewelry may begin with selecting a setting and then choosing a loose diamond or it may also take place the other way round. Settings may include solitaire, three stone, five stone or more diamond settings in rings, pendants and earrings. Among loose diamonds, you’ll have to pick one on the basis of the four C’s which consist of cut, color, clarity, color, and price. The various permutations and combinations of settings and diamonds might be a confusing task, but we simplify the process in a fun and easy way while the jewelry you decide on will give you a sense of complete satisfaction. According to the Gemology Institute of America;

 

Diamond forms under high temperature and pressure conditions that exist only about 100 miles beneath the earth’s surface. Diamond’s carbon atoms are bonded in essentially the same way in all directions. Another mineral, graphite, also contains only carbon, but its formation process and crystal structure are very different. Graphite is so soft that you can write with it, while diamond is so hard that you can only scratch it with another diamond.

 

One advantage that most people admire the most is the diamond shape selection. You get to see a sample image of the setting with all the diamond shapes- Round, princess cut, marquise, pear, emerald cut and others, and then you can nail down on the one you liked the most. The next good thing about custom jewelry is that you can mould and balance the final jewelry product according to your own budget. And last but not the least; it holds a lot of sentimental value because you select every part of it yourself.