Know Your Bling — Diamonds

Episode 45: Fancy Colored Diamonds - Yellow Diamond

Episode 45: Fancy Colored Diamonds - Yellow Diamond
Yellow Diamonds are considered as fancy colored diamonds. Nitrogen plays a big role on making a diamond yellow. If you would like to see one of the largest yellow diamond today (which is worth around US$25 million!!!), you can visit the Tiffany & Co FiFth Avenue flagship store in New York City. The setting is important when setting your diamond - this will change the look and feel of your diamond.

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Winnie Cheung

Tags 18K, Diamonds, Gold, Jewelry, Karat, Kickstarter, Necklace, Pendant, Pledge, Rose Gold, Start Up

Our Kickstarter Campaign!
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DIAMOND ANATOMY

Winnie Cheung

Tags Anatomy, Carat, Diamonds, Engagement Ring, Fancy Cut, Jewelry, knowmybling.com

DIAMOND ANATOMY

  Here are the terms of the diamond which will give you a better understanding.  This will help when you are explaining different parts of the diamond. Photo image from GIA website https://www.gia.edu/diamond-cut/diamond-cut-anatomy-round-brilliant 


5 Must Know Before Purchasing Jewelry

5 Must Know Before Purchasing Jewelry

1. BUY FROM A REPUTABLE COMPANY This is very important when it comes to buying an expensive product.  You don't want to be scammed by other people.  It is important that you buy from someone you trust as well.  Like I said from my last post, don't trust anyone in this industry 100%!  When you buy a diamond, request your jeweler to show you all the details on the certificate.  Make sure the jeweler educate you and you know what you're buying.   2. WHAT IS MY JEWELRY MADE OUT OF? When you're buying high-end jewelry, there's always a stamp hiding...


Don't Be Scammed!

Winnie Cheung

Tags Diamonds, Jewelry, knowmybling.com, purchasing, scam

Don't Be Scammed!

  I've encountered this...   Buying from trusted dealers or jewelers are not enough.  I've learned that you shouldn't trust anyone 100% in this industry.   I've been offered a stone which matches the certificate: The carat weight matches The measurement matches Color matches Clarity matches and the inclusions inside matches with the map GIA certificate number matches with the inscription on the stone   That was not enough, you have to be more thorough: This diamond has an old GIA certificate, should request the dealer to bring it back to GIA to regrade for a new GIA certificate (the...

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