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10 Tips to Take Better Care Of Your Diamonds - Part 1 of 2

For many people, diamonds are amongst their most valuable assets. Whether part of an heirloom piece of jewelry, or held in a safety deposit box, diamonds are treasures. But like any valuable asset, such as a rare car or real estate, diamonds must be properly maintained in order for them to remain beautiful, and to keep their value. Failure to preserve your diamonds in the best possible condition could ultimately cause your diamond jewelry to depreciate over time. Let's take a look at some of the most important tips for keeping your jewelry looking its best over all the years that you choose to enjoy it.

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Support Services: Brokers

Since the early South African diamond rush of the 1870s, the role of De Beers, the market leader in rough diamond mining and sales, has changed dramatically. Going back to its early days, and continuing to the present, De Beers has utilized various brokerage firms to facilitate sales to diamond manufacturers, and to provide various other services. As the role of De Beers has changed, so has the role of the brokers, who serve both the miner and its customers. Let's take a look at the role of brokers, and how their services have evolved over the last 140 years. 

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Technology in Diamonds – Grading Technology

Grading labs are often at the forefront of research and development into new tools and detection equipment, while other technology companies are developing tools for the labs' benefit.  Rough manufacturers also often use these tools to internally grade stones. This helps them to determine any defects in the stones, and to pinpoint stones that may need to be recut ahead of being sent to the lab. 

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The Most Creative (and Outrageous) Products Made with Diamonds - Part 6

Diamonds are the epitome of luxury. Although diamonds are traditionally used in jewelry, many designers have created other beautiful and one-of-a-kind items with this precious stone. These unique pieces allow their owners to find new ways of displaying their wealth and creativity. Some of these items have been criticized as an unnecessary extravagance. In this series we  showed  interesting albeit unconventional items that have been made extraordinarily valuable through the presence of diamond. Here is the last part (read here part 1 , part 2 , Part 3, Part 4 and Part 5) of a list showing some of the most interesting ways that designers are incorporating diamonds into their product lines, transforming ordinary objects into luxury items.  

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The Most Creative (and Outrageous) Products Made with Diamonds - Part 5

Diamonds are the epitome of luxury. Although diamonds are traditionally used in jewelry, many designers have created other beautiful and one-of-a-kind items with this precious stone. These unique pieces allow their owners to find new ways of displaying their wealth and creativity. Some of these items have been criticized as an unnecessary extravagance. In this series we will show more interesting albeit unconventional items that have been made extraordinarily valuable through the presence of diamond. Here is the fifth part (read here part 1  , part 2 , Part 3, and Part 4) of a list showing some of the most interesting ways that designers are incorporating diamonds into their product lines, transforming ordinary objects into luxury items. 

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