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GIA Report: What You Need To Look For

As diamond enthusiasts, collectors, and investors, it's only natural you want to know that you're getting exactly what you paid for. It's therefore a smart choice to always request for, and verify the authentication of your diamond’s GIA certificate ...

The Oldest & Most Famous Diamonds In History

by Tony Cathaway | November 20, 2019 |
About five thousand years ago, diamonds were first mentioned in ancient writings. The first diamonds were gathered from alluvial deposits in Indian rivers and streams, and the diamond trade dates from that time. Fast forward to 1871, the first year ...

Fancy Colored Diamonds: How Modifiers & Undertones Affect Diamond Price

Whether you’re an investor, collector, or diamond enthusiast, you are well aware that the highest contributing factor for a colored diamond’s value is its hue. In this article we will be examining the difference between a color modifier and an ...

Should I Invest In Loose Or Set Colored Diamonds?

This post has been updated for 2019 When we think of buying a colored diamond, our mind pictures magnificent jewels set in high quality pendants, rings, necklaces, and earrings. While purchasing a set stone may be appealing and can save some time ...
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