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What Is An Asscher Cut Diamond?

What Is An Asscher Cut Diamond?

If you're shopping for a diamond for you or your partner, many options may be available for you. The choices may be overwhelming, but you can choose an Asscher Cut diamond because of its unique features. An Asscher Cut is an octagonal diamond featuring a high crown...

What Are Inclusions In Diamonds?

For many, the decision to purchase a diamond is a major milestone. Not only do diamonds symbolize everlasting love, but they also represent a major financial commitment. Therefore, you're probably thinking your diamond has to be 100% perfect. Believe it or not, there...

What Is A Clarity Enhanced Diamond?

What Is A Clarity Enhanced Diamond?

Clarity is one of the 4Cs of diamonds. It is a measure of the diamond's rarity and purity. If a diamond has internal flaws (inclusions) or external flaws (blemishes), then it will not have a perfect score in the GIA clarity scale. That said, every diamond is unique,...

Does A Halo Make A Diamond Look Bigger?

Does A Halo Make A Diamond Look Bigger?

Women have different preferences when it comes to the size of their engagement or wedding rings. Some like subtle diamond rings, while others go for size. If you are one of the people who go for size and style, you may be worried about the cost. However, you do not...

Why Is My White Gold Ring Turning Yellow?

Why Is My White Gold Ring Turning Yellow?

Jewelry made from white gold has been a popular choice of accessories for a very long time.  Since World War II, when white gold was introduced just as platinum usage had shifted to more military concerns, white gold has brought a simple, elegant flair to any piece of...

Is It Bad Luck To See The Engagement Ring Before The Proposal?

Is It Bad Luck To See The Engagement Ring Before The Proposal?

So many superstitions surround engagements and weddings that it shouldn't be surprising to hear that some people think seeing an engagement ring before a proposal is bad luck. But luckily, that bad luck really isn't bad luck. The intended recipient of the ring can see...