The Bachelor Engagement Ring

Are you going to be getting engaged soon along with the Bachelor?  View our new design that has been created especially for the girls saying “Yes” in the next month or two !  This on trend design comes in rose, yellow or white gold, and also platinum !  Contact us now on 1800 423 786 to find out more.  

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10 Incredible Facts about Diamonds

Diamonds are the birthstone for the month of April, which means that the lucky ladies born in April can ask for these gorgeous gemstones as birthday presents ! We’ve put together 10 interesting facts and bits of knowledge about diamonds: Diamonds are billions of years old—in some cases more than three billion years old. The ancient Romans and Greeks believed that diamonds were tears cried by the gods or splinters from falling stars, and Romans believed that Cupid’s arrows were tipped with diamonds (perhaps the earliest association between diamonds and romantic love). Diamonds form about 100 miles below ground and have been carried to the earth’s surface by deep volcanic…

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Blue Diamonds – why are they so expensive?

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A recent report of the FCRF (Fancy Colour Research Foundation) highlighted that blue diamonds are reaching a peak in diamond prices – but why are blue diamonds so expensive? Well, these diamonds are very rare, especially the ones very intense in colour. We have always thought of diamonds to be white and sparking however, the fact is that diamonds are available in colours such as black, pink, red, yellow and blue. As a rule, it is said that pink diamonds are the most expensive as they are extremely rare but the same can be said for blue diamonds and this is why the price is high.   What causes a…

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Jennifer Aniston appeared on the red carpet in $10.7 Million Worth of Diamonds

This year Oscars Red Carpet shined and dazzled even more than last year as A-list stars appeared with stunningly beautiful diamonds. Jennifer Aniston reached even the diamond price of $10.7 million dollar worth of diamonds by herself. Bold and big statement necklaces were dominating the carpet as for example Karlie Kloss arrived with a flowery white golden choker set with 38-carat of diamonds. Besides the statement necklaces diamond earrings were popular accessories of the celebrities, from climbers to big diamond drops that had layers of gem pieces. Surprisingly the carpet was filled with colorless diamonds more than colored diamonds this time. But when colored diamond appeared on the red carpet…

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De Beers Unveils New Synthetics Detector

De Beers showcased an updated version of its automated melee screening machine, the AMS2, in Hong Kong on Wednesday, claiming it could check a wider range of diamonds for undisclosed synthetics, and at a faster rate. The new version was brought to market in response to customer requests, particularly since there has been an increase in cases of undisclosed synthetic diamonds mixed in parcels of natural diamonds, explained Jamie Clark, commercial director of the International Institute of Diamond Grading & Research (IIDGR) – the De Beers subsidiary that developed the machine. “Confidence is everything in the diamond sector, and the AMS2 will play a big part in maintaining trust in trade…

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Large Diamond Found in Botswana Lucara November 2015

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA–(Marketwired – Nov. 18, 2015) – Lucara Diamond Corp. (TSX:LUC)(BOTSWANA:LUC)(NASDAQ OMX Stockholm:LUC) (“Lucara” or the “Company”), the high quality diamond producer with assets in Botswana, is pleased to announce the recovery of a 1,111 carat gem quality, Type IIa diamond. Please see attached photos. The magnificent stone, which originated from the south lobe of Lucara’s Karowe Mine, is the world’s second largest gem quality diamond ever recovered and the largest ever to be recovered through a modern processing facility. The stone was recovered by the newly installed Large Diamond Recovery (“LDR”) XRT machines. The stone measures 65mm x 56mm x 40mm in size and is the largest ever…

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