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  Well there has to be something to mark the season of Hallowe'en.   And while sharing horror stories linked to famous Gems, it is convenient for us all that these stories are linked to exceptionally large and Pricey Gemstones. Most of us are unlikely to ever...

Occasionally we get a request to have old rings of sentimental value, to be reused in the making of a new ring.   Generally they are the engagement, eternity or wedding rings of a relative. We have approached this in a number of ways over the years....

Diamond colour ranges from D to Z. D represents near colourless and Z representing light yellow or brown. Why does it start with D you ask? When the system was first developed in the 1940s and 50s, they wanted to avoid confusion with gem grading...

What is it? People can often think that the cut of a diamond refers to its shape as people refer to emerald cut and pear cut diamonds. In the 4 c's however, cut grade is a measure of how well the shape and cut of a...

CLARITY The second in the 4c's, and probably the most confusing. How is Diamond Clarity graded? Clarity is broken in ranges from Flawless to Included, the full breakdown from GIA is below and ill discuss them all after Internally Flawless (IF) No inclusions visible under 10x magnification Very, Very...

  If you've looked into diamond in any way you've most likely heard about the four C's, probably repeatedly , possibley Ad Nauseum to be fair. And everyone has a different opinion on what the most important one is so I thought id take a few...

Nearly all pearls you can buy today are cultured pearls. Natural Pearl producing stocks were fairly decimated by the 1900s. The most common method of farming cultured pearls developed in the early 1900s and the first commercial ventures started in Japan around 1916, it then...

The term minimalism is also used to describe a trend in design and architecture where in the subject is reduced to its necessary elements. Minimalist design has been highly influenced by Japanese traditional design and architecture. In addition, the work of De Stijl artists is...