Gold jewellery never goes out of fashion
Gold jewellery never goes out of fashion. This jewellery loved by all people of all ages. The designer gold jewellery is unique and exceptional. When you hear the sound of wedding bells, you want premier jewellery. Lovely jewellery articles can be found in this category. It is a tradition in many cultures across the globe to exchange expensive rings made of genuine gold on engagement day to show that the two people are committed to each other and would soon marry.
Ranging from simple and elegant hoop earrings to delicately designed gold bracelets with gemstones. And that jewellery is unique and timeless for your special wedding unique. On their wedding day many brides also choose to wear pure gold jewellery. Not to forget the timelessness and pure elegance of Cultured Pearls Jewelry, a firm favorite when it comes to handmade wedding jewellery.
Diamond's clarity is graded
Diamonds with Slightly Included and better grading are progressively more expensive. These include; internal graining, cleavage, bearding, cavities, crystals or minerals, knots, feathers and clouds. After that, we go to the various grades of included diamonds. There are two types of flaws: an inclusion and a blemish. A blemish is something that mars the surface and distracts from diamond clarity.
This includes chips, pits, nicks, scratches, naturals, grain boundaries, and polish lines. The Internally Flawless diamond cannot have any inclusion, but may have surface blemishes. The diamond is then graded on the basis of five considerations: color, nature, position, size, and number. The clarity of the diamond is one of the primary determinants of price when it comes to rings, earrings, and other jewelry. This article will focus on how a diamond's clarity is graded.
Cut of the stone
Firstly we talked about the cut of the stone. Now finding a good quality bright green tourmaline with this cut is not impossible to find but can be tricky so we decided that custom cutting was the way forward. We custom cut the green tourmaline from a larger cushion stone to create the look. We combined the chequer board facetted cut on top but with a more square proportioned shape rather than oval. The lapidaries squared up the proportions and then facetted the top of the stone.
This creating a square cushion shape with a facetted top! Donna felt a straight sided square stone would be a little harsh so decided that she would like to have the stone with softened corners. The initial stone was 1.72cts and ended up at 1.05ct. After being cut gemstone it is difficult. We searched for a green tourmaline of the right colour that could be cut to shape. The twist ring is simple in style holds the tourmaline for a modern design.