"Are You Looking to Purchase a Diamond for That Special Someone but You Want to Make Sure you Buy the RIGHT ONE!"
You are about to find out everything that you need to know when making your "Special" Diamond purchase.....and How to Care for it Afterwards.....
Are you getting ready to make a SPECIAL purchase for that SPECIAL SOMEONE? You need to make sure that you know what you are buying before you buy it! A Diamond is an INVESTMENT!
There are a lot of things to know before you buy a Diamond....and you need to know how to care for it afterwards. If you do not know the facts about Diamonds and how to buy the right one....you could end up being ripped off. There are many people out there that want to take your money! They will sell you a fake Diamond telling you that it is real, just to get your money. It is very important that you know the facts before setting out on your venture to buy the RIGHT ONE!
You also need to make sure that you know how to care for it properly after you purchase it. If you don't, it could be a waste of your money!
To make sure that you are well informed about buying the right Diamond, I created this eBook with people like you in mind. Believe me, when I first started researching Diamonds, I didn't know what I do now, and I regret it!
First of all, I would like to share a little history about Diamonds with you.....
Diamonds - "A Girls Best Friend"
“Diamonds - A girl’s best friend” - You must have heard this phrase or similar phrases a lot of times. Some jewelry makers/ sellers use this phrase in their advertisements too. However, have you ever wondered what actually a diamond is?
Well, in technical terms, a diamond is just an arrangement of carbon atoms; a peculiar arrangement for that matter. It’s the same carbon atoms that form graphite too (which is used in your pencil leads). However, with diamonds the arrangement of carbon atoms is such that it imparts a glowing look to them. Diamond is generally found in mines as a shining rock (just like metals and other materials). However, it is not as shining as you see it in jewelry. In fact, if you were to look at diamond in their nascent form, you would be quite disappointed. This rock/diamond reveals its full glory only after it is cut and polished. It is only after this cutting and polishing that a diamond actually becomes fit for use in jewelry. Cutting the diamonds require a great deal of skill. In fact, the glow and the value of a diamond is dependent on how well it has been cut by the diamond cutting professional.
Another interesting fact about diamonds is that they are one of the hardest substances on earth. In fact, diamonds that are not glorious enough for use in jewelry are used in industries for cutting other metals/ materials. Besides being the hardest substance, diamonds are also one of the toughest substances on earth. In fact, diamonds are so tough that they are unaffected by scalding temperatures as high as 700 deg Celsius. Even acids are not able to cause any harm to diamonds. This might be the reason behind the saying “Diamonds are forever”.
Thus diamonds represent solidarity and shine, and are indeed ‘A girl’s best friend’
Where Diamonds are Mined.....
Argye mine located in the Kimberley region in the far north east of Western Australia. Owned by Rio Tinto, this mine is the world’s largest single producer of volume of diamonds. However, due to low proportion of gem quality diamonds it is not the value leader. It does produce 90-95% of the world’s supply of pink diamonds.
Diavik is also owned by Rio Tinto, located in Canada it is a very large mine. It is located north of Yellowknife and south of the Artic Circle on an island. The island is connected by an ice road. It is also an important part of the regions economy employing more than 700 people and producing more than 8 million carats annually.
Ekati diamond mine is owned by BHP Billiton and located south of the artic circle in the Northwest Territories of Canada. The Ekati is Canada’s first operational diamond mine. Diamonds mined here are sold under the Aurias trade name Authenticity is verified through Canada Mark service. CanadaMark service is also owned by BHP Billiton Diamonds, Inc.
How Diamonds are Mined.....
We seldom think about how the diamonds we wear came to us. Natural diamonds, as opposed to synthetic diamonds or fake diamonds, are mined from the earth. There are currently two methods of mining diamonds: Pipe Mining and Alluvial Mining.
When pipe mining is used, the diamonds are extracted from the earth through volcanic pipes. These are not man-made pipes. These are natural pipes in the ground. Shanks are put into the ground next to the pipes, and tunnels are driven into the deepest parts of the pipe. The diamonds are not sorted out at the mine. Instead, huge rocks that are full of diamonds are brought out of the mine and moved to a screening plant for separation.
The Alluvial mining method is done in riverbeds and on beaches. Walls are built to hold back the water and the sand on the bank or beach is moved with a bulldozer until the level of earth that diamonds can be found in is reached. Again, the diamonds are not sorted here. Instead, the sand that contains the diamonds is bulldozed into trucks, and taken to screening plants.
Learning the 4 C's of Diamonds......
Diamonds come in all shapes, color and weight. The quality of these magnificent stones is determined by understanding the 4C’s of diamonds. These 4C’s are - Color, Carat, Clarity and Cut. Let have a quick look at what these mean.
And so much more.....
Shapes of Diamonds Part I (most prevalent shapes)
Shapes of Diamonds Part II (other shaped)
Uncertainty Around Buying of Diamons on the Internet
Tips on Care of Diamonds
How to Clean Diamonds
Traveling with Diamonds
Is Insurance Required for Diamonds?
Importance of Appraisals of Diamonds
A Guide to Certified Diamonds
Are Man-Made Diamonds an Alternative to Pure Mined Diamonds?
Different Types of Synthetic Diamonds
How to Distinguish Between Real and Synthetic Diamonds
Getting Married: Buy an Exclusive Diamond Ring for Your Fiancee
Innovative Ideas on "How to Surprise Your Love with Diamonds."
Wholesale Diamond Jewelry
Before You Go Diamond Shopping
Tips for Buying Diamonds
The Biggest Cut Diamond in the World
Highest Quality Diamonds - Pink Diamonds
A Diamond is a Fashion in Itself
Diamond Shopping - Avoiding the Scams
Benefits from Diamonds
Diamonds - How to Make Them Look Better on You.
Selling Your Diamond
So, if you are going to make that HUGE Investment of buying a Diamond, DO NOT do it until you know the facts! If you don't know what you are purchasing, you could end up being ripped off!
You also need to know how to care for your NEW DIAMOND, or it could end up being a waste of your money!
How can you get our own copy of the "Diamonds - A Girls Best Friend!"e-book?
You don't have to bother with going to the bookstore and you don't have to wait for the mail.....You can be reading it within minutes! HOW? - This book is in digital format, you will get instant access right after you order!
All you have to do is download it - you can read it offline. Although to use any of the hyper-links included, you will will need to be connected to the internet. Downloading it is very easy and very fast. You can keep it on your computer and read everything right on your computer screen.
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