DIAMOND BLOG

The degree of fluorescence in a diamond, from None to Very Strong as seen under UV light

Fluorescence in Diamonds

Fluorescence is a diamond characteristic that is often misunderstood. The reason? Before you purchase a diamond you may have noticed the term “fluorescence” on the diamond certificate and wondered whether fluorescence in a diamond is a good or bad thing.
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5 Things You Need To Do With Your Dad

Being a father is about experiencing things like you’ve never experienced it before. The moments you share together is what truly adds value to your life and his. This Father’s Day 2018 make sure to spoil your father with a memorable experience the both of you will be able to enjoy.
A synthetic diamond looks and feels like a natural diamond

Real diamonds vs synthetic diamonds

For the first time in 130 years, De Beers will be selling synthetic diamonds for a tenth of the price. To the naked eye, a synthetic diamond and a real diamond might look similar, but the two have a few different characteristics. Natural or real diamonds were formed around 150km-200km below the earth’s crust over 3 billion years ago, while synthetic, lab-grown diamonds are created by man.
Only a handful of countries naturally produce diamonds.

Diamond Mining Around the World

The beauty of a diamond is truly unbelievable. But did you know the source of a diamond is almost just as incredible? While diamonds have been discovered in approximately 35 countries worldwide, Southern Africa remains one of the leading diamond producers in the world with South Africa widely regarded for its top quality diamond deposits.
The striking Aquamarine ring is from Princess Diana's jewellery collection.

Diamond Jewellery at The Royal Wedding

On 19 May 2018, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry married during a breathtakingly beautiful ceremony at St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle. The royal event was truly elegant and heartfelt as the two of them said, ‘I Will’ in front of millions of people.
What jewellery will Meghan Markle wear during the royal wedding?

Markle's Jewellery For The Royal Wedding

It’s almost time for one of the most highly anticipated weddings of all time. The former Suits star, Meghan Markle, is about to walk down the aisle and marry Prince Harry. The Royal wedding will take place on Saturday, 19 May at St George’s Chapel in the grounds of Windsor Castle.
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How to care for your diamond jewellery

A diamond is one of nature’s most beautiful creations. After the discovery of a rough diamond, a polishing and cutting process takes place to ensure the stone reaches its full potential. With the right amount of care and with the best diamond ring cleaner, you will be able to maintain your diamond jewellery’s exquisite beauty.
Make your mother feel special on Mother’s Day.

The Ultimate Mother’s Day To-do List

With Mother’s Day 2018 just around the corner, you might be wondering what will be the best way to make your mother feel special. Mothers are truly incredible. In most cases, mothers are like skilful craftsman; they’ve moulded you into the beautiful faceted gem you are today.
Cullinan Diamond

Can you tell the diamond fact from fiction?

For those of you lucky enough to be celebrating your birthday in April you would be glad to know that your birthstone is a diamond. For many years the remarkable gemstone has become a symbol of love, devotion, anniversaries and special occasions. In celebration of 'diamond month', we compiled a quiz on the fascinating gemstone.