How To Clean A Diamond

If your diamond has lost its original shine over the years don't worry, there are easy ways to clean your precious jewelry. This video below shows you step by step how to clean your diamond at home with common household items to bring back that original fire. All you need is Ammonia, Measuring Cup, Microwave, Toothbrush and dish soap!



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How To Examine A Diamond

The video below outlines step by step how to examine a diamond. This is very important thing to do before you select a fine diamond. Before you ever make an investment like purchasing a diamond you should follow all of these steps...


The Emerald Cut Diamond

If price is a major concern when picking out an engagement ring or any other piece of cut diamond jewelry you should considered the Emerald Cut Diamond. This type of cut is comparable to the Round Brilliant Cut Diamond but at a significantly cheaper price. This type of cut gets its name from the fact that this is the same way that they cut emeralds. The Emerald cut looks much like a rectangle, and is cut to appear layered.
Even though this type of cut is a bit less expensive the diamonds themselves can still be quite stunning. It creates more flashes of light then a lot of the other cuts and for this reason is quite popular as an engagement ring. If you decide that they Emerald Cut Diamond is the cut for you then make sure that you select the highest grade diamond you can afford. Due to the rectangular shape of this cut flaws and color weakness are much easier to see with the naked eye then with the Princess Cut or the Round Brilliant Cut.Since the Emerald Cut is cheaper you can often afford a bigger diamond then you could with another cut or you can purchase a more stunning ring. It should be noted though that if you choose this cut you will need to purchase a ring with a 4 prong setting. Let the world know what you think about the Emerald Cut Diamond by leaving a comment below...