GIA created the 4Cs (Color, Clarity, Cut and Carat Weight) as a universal method for establishing the quality of any diamond, anywhere in the world. These are are scales for color, clarity and cut. (032813)

Not all diamonds are of the same quality! GIA created the (Color, Clarity, Cut and Carat Weight) as a universal method for establishing the quality of any diamond, anywhere in the world. These are are scales for color, clarity and cut.

saxon collar 16:th century by Baroness Nordmark, via Flickr

Jazz up your offwhite wedding saree with this elegant stand out neck piece ❣️ Ref : saxon collar century by Baroness Nordmark

An infographic guide to each month’s birthstone. The most interesting facts about the stone or gem symbols about the month you were born.

♦◊ Gems ◊ Stones ◊♦ An infographic guide to each month’s birthstone. The most interesting facts about the stone or gem symbols about the month you were born.

Such a lovely duo of florals bracelets set in yellow gold with diamonds and non heated birman rubies, the end of 19th century, from upcoming auction at @drouot_paris @pesteldebord estimate 9000-12000€ #drouot #jewelryauction #oldjewelry #oldstyle #beauty #gemstone #gemlover #blissfromparis #jewelryinfluencer #jewelrylover #instabling #cute #wanted

Such a lovely duo of florals bracelets set in yellow gold with diamonds and non heated birman rubies, the end of century, from upcoming auction at estimate

Antique Afghan high grade silver and carnelian by TheSterlingBead

Antique Afghan high grade silver and carnelian pendant with heart dangles. Heavy and robust. Handmade. Collectable. APC05

Antique Afghan high grade silver and carnelian pendant with heart dangles…

Impulse by Aisha Farid 17 Khi – Bridal Couture Week | BCW2017 |

Impulse by Aisha Farid 17 Khi – Bridal Couture Week | BCW2017 |

A former record breaker in the color diamond world, The Hancock Red is a 0.95-carat Fancy Purplish-Red stone. The diamond was originally purchased at auction in 1956 by Warren Hancock for $13,500. When it was put up for auction again in 1987, it sold for $926,000/carat. The previous per carat record for a diamond was $127,000/carat!

The Rarest of the Rare…Fancy Red Diamonds

The Hancock Red Diamond. Slightly smaller than 1 ct, it is measured as the second-most color-saturated red diamond.

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