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Archive for October 2012

Diamonds

Where do diamonds come from?   Diamonds were first discovered in alluvial deposits in southern India about the 9th century BCE, and for centuries India remained the world’s primary source of diamonds. This changed in the 18th century with the discovery of large diamond deposits in Brazil […]

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Gems

Emeralds, opals, peridot, tourmaline, and tanzanite look wonderful in rings but they are susceptible to breaking and chipping due to natural internal inclusions. When used in rings, be sure to choose settings that not only secure, but also protect, the stones. They’ll be less likely to chip […]

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Platinum diamond

This is crazy but I thought you may find it interesting to know Platinum diamond purse; While Fendi and Hermes might produce some of the most expensive purses at over $20,000 each for certain models, neither of them comes close to this one. In 2007 the Chanel Diamond […]

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Getting engaged

Getting engaged, getting married? These are milestones in life that are the most special moments to treasure for a lifetime. These memories are uniquely yours, and for that very reason, the engagement ring you select should also be uniquely yours. It can be overwhelming trying to select […]

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Russian diamond mines

Diamonds are mined in Brazil, India, South Africa, Australia, Canada, and Russia(Russian diamond mines), and they are all extraordinarily beautiful. This stone is the hardest known substance and the most durable, which is why it is the perfect choice for any kind of jewelry. These diamonds took […]

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Chocolate Diamond

For many years, the color brown has taken a backseat to black, from the world of fashion to home décor to jewelry. Not anymore. Chocolate Diamond! This season, brown is the leading color for the most fashionable and complexion-flattering jewelry — and our sales associates are excited […]

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Medallion

Reinventing the Medallion Think “medallion” and you might get a flashback to the ‘70s, when groovy bell-bottoms, platform shoes and hot pants were all the rage. Today’s medallion borrows the familiar shape and adds a decorative twist. The modern update is one of this year’s  most coveted […]

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Diamonds

Where do diamonds come from? Diamonds were first discovered in alluvial deposits in southern India about the 9th century BCE, and for centuries India remained the world’s primary source of diamonds. This changed in the 18th century with the discovery of large diamond deposits in Brazil in 1725. […]

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Gems

Delicate Gems need a little TLC Emeralds, opals, peridot, tourmaline, and tanzanite look wonderful in rings but they are susceptible to breaking and chipping due to natural internal inclusions. When used in rings, be sure to choose settings that not only secure, but also protect, the stones. […]

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Platinum

For centuries, platinum has been equated with the best of the best. In the world’s finest jewelry, from the court of Louis XVI (where it was declared the only metal fit for kings) through the Art Deco of the Jazz Age until today, platinum’s beauty, strength and […]

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