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The most romantic and one of the most desirable forms of diamond for each girl. Brilliant cut heart – a complex and very beautiful type of cut. After all, a diamond heart-shaped – is nothing but as a symbol of love. Jewellery diamond cut “Heart” always looks amazing!

Diamonds teardrop shape

Diamonds teardrop shape

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Diamonds teardrop shape is very popular in modern jewelry art, they are likely to recover in earrings and pendants. Among the largest diamonds of the world quite a lot of stones is pear-shaped.

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Round

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Round brilliant cut is able to fully show what makes a diamond, be the culmination of his best qualities. And, of course, a cut stone gives the strongest shines of all.

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Diamond International Bank was established in 1955 and it is specialized on the diamond investment.

The bank works on diamond industry starting of extraction the diamond from the mines to diamond distribution throughout the world, and it is licensed by the Central Bank as a partner investor that offering investment opportunities to other investors, both of whom are liable to banking supervision.

The Diamond International Bank receives the investments amount and works to buy raw materials with it and sell them as a commodity that have been polished and processed and then distributed the dividends of the operation in the investment balances of customers.

Diamond International Bank has become one of the largest banks that work in the diamond industry, since it works with a capital of 17 trillion US Dollars.

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The bank works on diamond industry starting of extraction the diamond from the mines to diamond distribution throughout the world, and it is licensed by the Central Bank as a partner investor that offering investment opportunities to other investors, both of whom are liable to banking supervision.

The Diamond International Bank receives the investments amount and works to buy raw materials with it and sell them as a commodity that have been polished and processed and then distributed the dividends of the operation in the investment balances of customers.

The Unexpected Origins of Big Diamonds

Dr. Evan Smith, Ph.D., GIA

Dr. Evan Smith, Ph.D., GIA research scientist, has dedicated his work to methodically characterizing the inclusions found in rare diamonds. In this video presentation recorded at the 2017 JCK Las Vegas show, Smith shares his findings on the unexpected origins of big diamonds and what their characteristics tell us about the earth     More

Diamonds as a Commodity

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Diamond is the last uncommoditized commodity, and so it’s drawing in many organizations,” said Edahn Golan, the editor in chief of IDEX Online, a provider of diamond industry data. “I assume that by the end of this year there will be a bunch of them out.”

Investment professionals say that retail investors should be very careful, given the difficulty of establishing consistent prices for diamonds of widely different cuts and quality, and the traditional secrecy of the industry. The diamond market has also been tarnished by accounts of stones mined in war-torn parts of Africa, though both the IndexIQ fund and the Harry Winston fund have committed to avoiding such so-called blood diamonds.

Diamond Journey

  Few people outside the gem industry realize the true nature of a gemstone’s journey from the mine to the counter of a store. Whether the gem is being offered to consumer’s at a traditional jewelry store’s counter, an internet shopping site, or a television broadcast...

Centuries of Opulence: Jewels of India

Large flawless diamonds from the Golconda region. Rich green emeralds from Colombia. Blood-red rubies from Burma. Only the most visually striking would do, set in the purest gold. For more than 5,000 years, jewelry has played an integral role...

Diamond with Unusual Fluorescence Distribution

The New York lab recently encountered a round brilliant diamond, weighing just over 2 ct, that displayed little if any reaction to long-wave UV except for a small spot confined to the area around the culet (figure 1, left). This small area appeared to have medium...

Chlorapatite in Quartz

We recently examined a 57.56 ct rock crystal quartz (figure 1) that came from Luciana Barbosa (Gemological Center, Asheville, North Carolina). Said to be from Bahia, Brazil, the transparent and colorless rectangular step-cut gem measured 31.91 × 19.01 ×...

The Unexpected Origins of Big Diamonds

Dr. Evan Smith, Ph.D., GIA research scientist, has dedicated his work to methodically characterizing the inclusions found in rare diamonds. In this video presentation recorded at the 2017 JCK Las Vegas show, Smith shares his findings on the...