The 18th of May is International Museum Day, which was established by the International Council of Museums in 1977. This day aims to raise awareness on how museums are integral to the development of society, and a day where international recognition is given to museums for their contribution to our world’s culture.
The colour of a diamond is measured on an alphabetical scale beginning at D (Colourless) and ending at Z (Fancy Yellow Range).
With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, the magic of romance is sure to fill the air. For centuries diamonds have symbolised love and commitment, but have you ever wondered where the tradition of giving an engagement ring as a betrothal gift came from?
The 69th Annual Golden Globes held Sunday 15th January 2012 in Beverly Hills, California, was no exception. Celebrities adorned in spectacular diamond jewels took to the red carpet in an overwhelming number of carats. Diamond studs, drops and chandelier earrings were once again a favourite, with a few out of the ordinary pieces.
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