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The Story Behind The Fabergé Eggs

Some jewelers, such as Charles Tiffany, are famous for their ongoing legacy. Others, such as Harry Winston, are known for their combination of knowledge, design, and business skills. Peter Carl Fabergé is different. Although a great jewelry designer and jewelry maker, he is mainly known for a single line of only a few items – the Fabergé eggs. 

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The Most Creative (and Outrageous) Products Made with Diamonds

Read how much it will cost to get a diamond pacifier for your new born. 

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Tips to Take Better Care Of Your Diamonds - WATER

 When going in the water you better thing twice about your diamonds, want to know why?

While most people wouldn't think twice about wearing their jewelry in the pool, the harsh chlorine and bromine in most swimming pools can damage diamonds, as well as metals and other jewels. Also, if a diamond were to be lost in the pool, it could be very difficult to find. In the ocean, the wave action is more than enough to pull a piece of jewelry from your body, never to be found again. Contact with sand can also scratch the metal, and greatly increases the risk of the stones getting dislodged.
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Gray Diamond

 What are they? where can they be found?

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The Most Creative (and Outrageous) Products Made with Diamonds - Diamond Dress

Diamonds have featured in many dresses worn by Hollywood A-listers and members of royal families around the world. However, the title of the world's most expensive dress belongs to the 'Nightingale of Kuala Lumpur' by Faiyzali Abdullah, which debuted at the 2009 STYLO Fashion Grand Prix KL. The dress features a stunning 70-carat, pear-shaped diamond, along with 751 Swarovski crystals. An honorable mention goes to number two on the list of most expensive dresses, which features over 2,000 diamonds including several red diamonds, the rarest of the fancy-colored stones. 

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When most people hear about diamond mining, they think of South Africa, where diamonds were discovered in 1866 in the Kimberley region. A 15-year-old boy discovered the now-famous 21.25-carat Eureka D...
In the last two decades, much has been said about an impending demand vs. supply imbalance in the diamond industry. Huge mines discovered over the past 40 years are nearly mined out, some argue, and n...
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