Meet the Diamond
What is a diamond, how diamonds formed, and what makes it a luxurious lacquer
So why diamond? What distinguishes and differentiates it from other gemstones?
It is known that diamonds are among the most expensive consumer goods relatively to their small size thanks to their radiant, shiny and luxurious looking in addition to the fact it is hard and resistant of all existing materials.
The advantage and uniqueness of a diamond beyond its excellent visual characteristics such as lightning and light refund outstanding, is immortality.
After all, today one can buy imitation diamond which will cost much lower than diamond &will look good and great, but it will be fading and have scratches over the years, and is not durable as a diamond.
Diamond is not scratched, did not lose its luster and retains its value always.
In addition, there is a unique Magic of “Diamond " and spark and they are a perfect gift for any woman, a young girl or a child
Diamond is hard mineral composed of carbon only.
Clean and perfect diamond is colorless, but various infections (especially nitrogen) and cause defects in the crystalline structure of different colors: brown, yellow, red and others.
Rough diamond prices are determined by size, color and cleanliness. The price of diamonds is also determined by the quality of polishing.
Diamond is hard and shiny minerals. Its hardness is 10 - the highest degree of difficulty of the material nature.
Diamond is considered a treasure of nature and is the premier among gems.
Diamond is formed deep in the ground at depths of 150 to 250 kilometers and temperatures of about -1000 to 1200 ° C.
These conditions exist in the earth's oldest beneath continents, such as South Africa, Siberia, Western Canada or Brazil.
Apparently diamonds are formed carbonate-rich magma (carbonate).
After being made diamond shell long stay until they are uploaded to the surface, where occur outbreaks of known kimberlite magma.
With wear kimberlite, drifting and diamond rivers often create secondary deposits in the sediment. Today, most diamonds are extracted directly kimberlite mining.