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"October's child is born for woe, And life's vicissitudes must know, But lay an opal on her breast, And hope will lull those woes to rest." The word Opal is derived from the Latin word "opalus" which means "a stone". Precious opal is extremely rare and fine...

Diamant is delighted to be sponsoring " Jammet's " a Charity Fundraising Event in The Shelbourne, for the The Jack & Jill Childrens Foundation. We will be auctioning off a 0.50ct round brilliant 4 claw pendant with 18k white gold necklace....

" Wear a Peridot or for thee, No conjugal fidelity, The August born without this stone, 'Tis said, must live unloved alone." Peridot is the traditional birthstone of August. Properties associated with this stone are love, truth, faithfulness and loyalty. Lime green in colour, the word "Peridot" is...

Ever seen a rough diamond? This is what the look like before the cutting and polishing process begins. Gem quality diamonds are usually distributed to one of the main cutting and trading centres in Antwerp, Mumbai, Tel Aviv, New York, Johannesburg, China or...

Along with cut, colour and clarity, carat is one of the four value factors that determines the price of a diamond. How did the carat system start? The word carat comes from the seed of an African tree, called "carob". Early gem...

Ever wondered what the history and symbolism is behind the tradition of wearing a wedding ring?? No-one can really say when this age old tradition actually started. Some believe that the oldest recorded exchange of wedding rings come from ancient Egypt, about 4,800 years...

Visiting Singapore? Then why not pop along to the Singapore International Jewellery Show. A four day event, showcasing more than $120 million worth of exquisite jewellery. However, the most interesting piece that will be on display, is a 99-carat Ceylon blue sapphire,...

"The gleaming Ruby should adorn, All those who in July are born, For those who'll be exempt and free From lover's doubts and anxiety." The word Ruby is derived from the Latin word "ruber", which means "red" and this reflects the colour of the stone. It radiates warmth...

Pear cuts are known for their brilliance and elegance. A variation of the round brilliant, pears are rounded on one end with a tapering point on the other, like a teardrop. Similar to Ovals and Marquises, Pears can elongate the finger when set...