What Makes Diamond Special?
Diamonds are precious because they have an unbeatable beauty, are complex, and have unmatched brilliance and rich sentimental value. Their durability makes them unique, and no other mineral or substance can scratch a diamond, and only a diamond can scratch itself.
Natural Diamond are made of nearly 100% carbon atoms. Some Diamonds are made in a laboratory via chemical vapor deposition and are called CVD diamonds. A few stones resemble diamonds, but cubic zirconia is natural cubic zirconia; it is not a real diamond.
Simulants of diamonds:
Some diamond Simulants resemble diamonds but are not diamonds.
White sapphire, a yellow diamond, and a natural diamond with hints of yellow gold can all look similar. Like diamonds, colorless zircon is well known for its brilliance and multi-colored light. Zircon comes in a wide variety of shades, and these have identical properties to diamonds and are close enough to diamonds. Sometimes, white diamonds are mistaken for colorless diamonds but have a milky white color.
White diamonds are famous for every aspect, serving beautiful necklaces to braces. People love them for their beauty and uniqueness.
Colored diamonds drop exceeding the GIA’s D-to-Z color range displaying different colors.
The different-hued diamonds are rare and have a arise value with the color intensity and carat. Colors may include pink, purple, green, blue, violet and pure or “”pumpkin”” orange diamonds, and these beautiful colored diamonds become expensive and rarest with this property compared to White Diamonds.
All colors of diamonds are in demand; whether you go for a red diamond, a canary diamond, or a stunning black diamond, all of these unique colors highly strive after.
Because they are scarce and natural colored diamonds are very short in amount. The gems collector gives them a highly prized amount.
The fancy blue diamond is also considered one of the rarest diamonds ever.
Essential facts about diamonds:
Diamonds are rare and expensive and have many related facts to them. Here are some facts about diamonds:
They are the planet’s most complex natural substance, and a diamond itself can scratch a diamond. Diamonds form approximately 100 miles underwater and are taken to the surface by volcanic activity.
They are pure and the only gems made of one element, and they are made of pure carbon.
Diamonds are found in every rainbow color, but diamonds’ most infrequent natural colors are blue, green, orange, and red.
The term diamond comes from the Greek word “Adamas.” It means invincible or unbreakable.
The world’s largest rough diamond was found and was named the Cullinan diamond and weighed 3,106 carats! Later it was cut into many diamonds (9 large ones and 100 smaller ones).
Diamonds became precious and rare due to their unmatchable properties. Due to their shiny luster and durability properties, they are used in jewelry such as earrings, nose rings, engagement rings, pendants, etc. They are also used in beauty products to reduce fine lines and wrinkles. Mainly used in making engagement rings as a promise of living together happily.