What is the Diamond Exchange?
Diamond exchange is a club where the experts sell and buy rough and polished diamonds. The members of the diamond exchange provide comfortable conditions and convenient infrastructure for trading operations.
What is an estate diamond?
Estate Jewelry Defined Estate jewelry is any piece of jewelry that has had a previous owner. The previous owner could be alive or deceased.
Who owns the Diamond Exchange?
One of the reasons the Jewelry Exchange has been successful is the ability of the owner, Bill Doddridge, to recognize smart industrial innovations.
What is the best color in diamonds?
In general, the highest quality diamonds are totally colorless, whereas lower quality diamonds can often have a slight yellow tint. Diamond color is measured using Gemological Institute of America, or GIA color scale which goes from D (colorless) all the way to Z (light yellow or brown in color).
How old are mine cut diamonds?
With diamonds the descriptions don’t cover quite such a period but, with old mine cuts, we are talking about diamonds being cut up to 300 years ago. The old mine cut is probably the oldest recognized cut type we know today. It was very popular in the early 18th century and had been around for some time before.
What does old European cut diamond mean?
An old European cut diamond is a round diamond primarily cut between 1890-1930. They were especially common during the Art Deco period. Old European cut diamonds were cut for carat weight rather than brilliance. They are less sparkly than modern brilliant-cut diamonds and were cut and polished with candlelight in mind.
Why is Blue Nile cheaper?
Despite its low prices, Blue Nile is a completely legitimate business. Blue Nile diamonds are GIA certified. The reason why their prices are so low is because they operate on lower margins and do not have expensive brick-and-mortar stores.
Is Blood diamond a true story?
Diana Brown “The True Story of Blood Diamonds” 20 March 2018.
What is the biggest diamond ever found?
At present, the largest diamond ever recorded is the 3,106-carat Cullinan Diamond, found in South Africa in 1905. The Cullinan was subsequently cut into smaller stones, some of which form part of British royal family’s crown jewels.