It is a fact that the demand for diamonds is steadily on the increase and this has led to several unscrupulous persons selling fake diamonds to unsuspecting and less knowledgeable customers to get rich overnight. The 4 C’s as known through out the industry are: cut, clarity, color and of course carat (the weight). You might want a great clarity and a smaller carat size, or you’re willing to sacrifice the color to have the larger rock. Maybe you want perfection on all levels! Then you will pay a higher price. For example, often we will recommend a 1.90ct stone over a 2.0ct as the size difference will not show that much but the price will significantly be lesser even if the quality grade of the rest of the “c’s” remain the same. So there is a lot to consider indeed. Taking the time to sit with your jeweler to discuss your options is important and your local jeweler will more likely be better informed than the mall retail store you might consider at first. So do shop around.
WeddingÂ ring is the tangible piece of jewelry representing marriage and the love that binds it. Our wedding rings are delicately crafted to last a lifetime. Andy Moquin has spent 20 years in the jewelry business buying and selling over $20,000,000 in diamonds, engagement rings and custom designed jewelry. He as traveled to Belgium and Israel to work with international diamond dealers and works as an advisor for DBC Diamonds an international consortium of diamond dealers. His experience in the jewelry business has become invaluable to consumers and business owners. He can be contacted at 1-888-296-4890 or to view current Tacori styles visit Rokstok.
What Do Most Jewelers Do? When a chipped stone needs repair, the jeweler generally sends the stone to a lapidary craftsperson. This usually means sending the stone to a company where the work may be done. Sometimes, the jeweler might have a local connection to either a professional or amateur, some are the best going, for the repair work. The cabochon work is easy and more locals can do this work. For faceted gems, having a local cutter is not common and most stones are shipped to a factory offering the service.
Growing political tensions, the after-effects of the war, and a reaction against the perceived decadence of the turn of the 20th century led to simpler forms, combined with more effective manufacturing for mass production of high-quality jewellery. Covering the period of the 1920s and 1930s, the style has become popularly known as Art Deco Walter Gropius and the German Bauhaus movement, with their philosophy of “no barriers between artists and craftsmen” led to some interesting and stylistically simplified forms. Modern materials were also introduced: plastics and aluminium were first used in jewellery, and of note are the chromed pendants of Russian-born Bauhaus master Naum Slutzky Technical mastery became as valued as the material itself. In the West, this period saw the reinvention of granulation by the German Elizabeth Treskow , although development of the re-invention has continued into the 1990s. It is based on the basic shapes.
Jewellery played a major role in the fate of the Americas when the Spanish established an empire to seize South American gold. Jewellery making developed in the Americas 5,000 years ago in Central and South America Large amounts of gold was easily accessible, and the Aztecs , Mixtecs , Mayans , and numerous Andean cultures, such as the Mochica of Peru, created beautiful pieces of jewellery. Look for the innovative designs available in multi gemstone rings. These offer an alternative that can create a very important and individual look.