this is without a doubt the hardest mineral in the world. Using the right technology can cut just about anything, not even being violated. Diamond can machined in any way, only by the second diamond. With such properties is also very reflective, which perfectly reflects the light. Giving it the desired shape by getting the right amount of planes called facets, people for generations gain an even better brilliance with diamond, which is a visual effect that is based on the perfect harmony of light reflection and dispersion of light. Informations about diamonds is a lot and basically could be repeated and describe a lot of detail, such as 4C, the scale of hardness, light dispersion, etc. things. For our part, we decided to post some information that just might be useful while buying a diamond or diamond jewelry. The first information is the answer to the question:
BRYLANT OR DIAMOND?
Many times goldsmith or a seller who praises his product with diamonds hear this question.
Diamond - is a mineral, clean coal, which in its ideal structure has the highest hardness and a beautiful shine. Brylant - the name of the shape, is the circular shape diamond with 57 facets. If a diamond is cut in the shape of a square it is no longer called a brylant, but princess diamond. This principle allows us to understand the difference between a diamond and brylant. Briefly speaking, the brylant is cut in the circular shape of a diamond . The diamond is a mineral. If diamond is non-circular it is called : princess, ascher, marquise, oval, octagon, called the emerald-ground, etc...
One of the most important factors influencing the effect of brilliance is the purity of the diamond.
It is defined on a scale of IF - that is internally clean, by VVS1.VVS2, VS1, VS2, SI1, SI2, P1 to P2. These are the next steps in the degree of impurities inside the diamond. In this regard, the impurities are not always different in terms of material, from which they originated. They may also be inclusions of diamond or carbon. However it differ in its structure from all the diamond crystal and are therefore is called as inclusions.The more inclusions the diamond is considered to be less valuable because it deviates from the ideal and to a lesser extent reflects the light inside the stone.Incidentally, it is a cynical industry, because we're looking at the diamond not the advantages and beautiful, but the imperfections, even microscopic. Strictly evaluate them and give the relevant site less value because of the intrinsic characteristics found inside. Even the smallest imperfections qualify the stone lower than the finest stone and thus their value is reduced. The cynicism of the industry may change, such as the purest diamonds may soon be not able to distinguish between synthetic diamonds. As the production of synthetic diamonds is a fact, technology is constantly improved as a result reaches such a level that distinguish the cleanest of stones with synthetic stones will become increasingly difficult, or which is probably going to happen once - impossible.
Then these imperfect diamonds with inclusions, can be very valuable, because they carry witness of the natural origin inside.
Diamonds have a variety of colors, basically all you can only imagine. For years, those with some intense color or multicolored were considered less valuable, but for over a hundred years again are gaining value due to the uniqueness of such finds. To the extent that the pink or red diamonds sell for a price of ten, or tens of times larger than compared with those colorless. Usually, however, we deal with colorless diamonds or with muted slightly yellowish tinge. Obviously, the less shade of yellow in diamonds on the international scale from D to P, the diamond is more valuable. It is believed that the color D is the total absence of admixtures to the diamond, a completely colorless and internally clean diamond is almost the pure light. This combination of characteristics in one stone, however, is extremely rare, so much so that a few years ago was called by a new concept: "Diamonds Investment". Then assumed that, due to the uniqueness the price will be constantly growing and in a rapid pace. However, these predictions did not come true and, in addition, this phenomenon was the cause of many abuses. The role of diamonds again is moderate and niche, probably to the benefit of their values and moderate, continuous price increases.p>
To sum up, the more colorless the diamond is, the value increases. We often hear that the whiter the diamond is, the greater its value. Not entirely we agree with it because the white color is the color of milk, snow, pure cotton, silk, etc. However, if it was white, probably no one would be interested. Its beauty lies in the crystal clear colourlessness, or total absence of color.
Most often jewelery with diamonds includes a stone with an average assessment of purity Si, color H. This is according to us the minimum threshold that diamond look at least as good as cubic zirconia. Any of the following can cause that the stone starts to shine less and be shaded, or even yellow, or in the case of inclusions may be contaminated enough that poorly reflects light from within. Therefore, before purchasing is good to figure out what are the parameters of the stone, and whether if such features in a diamond will suit us. For us is the best, if a customer buys those with the highest parameters, but customers often prefer less clear and less clear for it bigger. That's probably why most people opt for average rating because it allows you to enjoy the beauty and splendor of choosing a larger stone.