Jewellery designers are struggling to make a success of their businesses.
Such challenging times has never faced by Indian Jewellery industry because for decades Indian glut of cheap imported Jewellery was faced and now with the rise in gold prices onset of a predicted recession for 2008.
This is really a time to start promoting the Indian home has been grown industries more heavily. Our most talented grown Jewellery designers are struggling to make a success of their businesses. So it is not right that we do nothing to support these wonderful creative people and just stand by. All news channels constantly reminded of these facts and on an almost daily basis reporting on the struggling economy and the co lapse of the housing markets.
A perfect diamond has no flaws
A perfect diamond has no flaws. In valuing diamond, Diamond clarity is one of the important features. Most of the 20 percent that are gemstone quality still have significant flaws. An inclusion is a type of flaw that occurs within the internal characteristics of a diamond. The others are cut, caret, and color. So, when it comes to diamond clarity it is considered a flaw.
Only 20 percent of diamonds mined are good enough to be used as gemstones. Diamonds are categorized as Flawless, Very Slightly Included, Slightly Included, Internally Flawless, and Included. Within these categories, there are grades. The rest are relegated to industrial use. When magnified under a 10x microscope, The Flawless diamond is, well, flawless. The flaws may even be visible to the naked eye and are considered Included You’ll pay a pretty penny for superior diamond clarity.
Every diamond is immensely old
Every diamond is immensely old. They formed long before dinosaurs roamed the earth. Every diamond is unique. No two diamonds are alike. Today a handful of diamonds are renowned for their incredible histories, magical lore and sheer size. The very word Diamond comes from the Greek word adamas meaning unconquerable.
They have come to own grand names to mark their significance and behind each of these spectacular diamonds lie a rich magnificent story of history, discovery and mysticism. The youngest diamond is 900 years old and the oldest is 3.2 billion years old. Diamond exists in many colors. The rarest of them being red and was first mined in India more than 2800 years ago. The famous Kohinoor diamonds is one of them.