Why Are Diamonds often used in Jewelry?

What is it that makes these stylish crystals so popular and desirable among all? Why do women love to wear it, and why isn’t any jewelry complete without gold and diamond? The World of Diamonds – How do you find the right one? The diamond can be a girl’s best friend, but it has remained… Read More »

How to Buy Diamond Engagement Rings

There is much to consider when purchasing a diamond – especially diamond engagement rings! The tradition of presenting a woman with a diamond engagement ring when proposing began in 1477 when Archduke Maximilian presented a diamond ring to Mary of Burgundy – and in most cases, the woman you plan to propose to will expect… Read More »

Buying Diamonds Online

With all of the potential for scams concerning  diamonds, buying diamonds online almost seems unthinkable! However, you actually can purchase diamonds online, without any problems – as long as you are careful. First, think about your reasons for wanting to purchase the diamond online, as opposed to making a purchase from a local jewelry store.… Read More »

How To Choose The Best Jewelry Out There

Whether the jewelry is for you or someone else, jewelry is something many people enjoy. There are many types of jewelry available, so it helps to understand some basic maintenance ideas. In this article, we will answer some of the questions that you have. Avoid harsh chemicals like bleach, ammonia, and acetone that may permanently… Read More »

What is Crystal Jewelry?

People have been buying and investing on jewelry since the dawn of civilization. Some cultures see it as adornments that enhance the overall appeal of the person. Some have considered it as symbols of their status in society while some consider it amulets that protect them from harm and disease. Over the years the design… Read More »

Famous Diamonds

Among the most well-known diamonds is the Hope. This 45.52-carat steel blue diamond is currently on display at the Smithsonian. The legends of the ill-fortune and curse bestowed on the possessor of the Hope Diamond are many. This diamond was donated to the Smithsonian in 1958. The Hope was originally a rather flat, blocky 110-carat… Read More »