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Daily Recommended Diamonds

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Explore our “Daily Recommended Diamonds” collection, where only the industry’s finest make the cut. After scanning millions of diamonds, we present only the top 3%, ensuring supreme quality and brilliance. Whether you prefer the timeless elegance of a classic round cut or the distinct charm of a fancy shape, elevate your choice with an Ideal or premium cut for unmatched radiance. Choose excellence, every day.

Frequently Asked Questions​

Yes, natural diamonds are real diamonds. They are formed under high pressure and temperature conditions deep within the Earth’s mantle over billions of years. Natural diamonds consist entirely of carbon atoms arranged in a crystal lattice structure, which gives them their characteristic hardness and brilliance.

Yes, natural diamonds are generally expensive. Their cost is influenced by factors such as carat weight, cut, color, and clarity, collectively known as the 4 Cs. Additionally, their rarity and the extensive mining processes required to extract them contribute to their high prices.

A 100% natural diamond is a gemstone that has been formed entirely through natural geological processes without any human intervention. It is composed solely of carbon atoms in a crystalline structure and has not undergone any artificial enhancements or treatments.

To identify a natural diamond, gemologists use specialized equipment and techniques:

  • Microscopic Examination: Observing natural inclusions and growth patterns that are unique to natural diamonds.
  • UV Light Test: Natural diamonds often fluoresce under ultraviolet light.
  • Certification: Reliable grading reports from organizations like the Gemological Institute of America (GIA) confirm the diamond’s natural origin.
  • Advanced Instruments: Tools like spectrometers and diamond testers that measure properties such as thermal and electrical conductivity.

Natural diamonds can lose value over time. While they maintain intrinsic value due to their rarity and desirability, the resale market is less predictable. Factors such as changes in market demand, the condition of the diamond, and economic conditions can influence their resale value. However, some rare and high-quality natural diamonds, particularly those with unique colors or significant carat weight, may retain or even appreciate in value.

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