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Were you aware of these interesting facts about Natural Rough Diamonds?

Were you aware of these interesting facts about Natural Rough Diamonds?

Beyond doubt, diamonds are amongst the most precious, durable and brightest gems of the world. Billions of years ago, these sparkling, and wondrous stones originated deep down in the earth. People have eventually learned to use diamonds as jewelry or personal possession.

Mostly, after unearthing these breathtaking gems from the diamond mines, the artisans cut and polish these diamonds in different shapes to fit the jewelry design or stone-shape. Nevertheless, in today’s fashion world, natural rough diamonds are becoming trendy because it holds the exotic beauty of nature’s incredible creations.

 More facts about rough diamonds

These important points about rough diamonds are indeed worthwhile to know:

  • The unpolished Natural rough diamonds look like pebbles, mostly found in the riverbeds.
  • Apart from white and off-white, raw diamonds come in a spectrum of natural colors, ranging from yellow, brown, and green to the rarest pink and blue as well.
  • When it comes to price, Natural rough diamonds are more cost-effective than polished diamonds as they do not involve cutting and polishing charges.
  • According to studies, only 20% of the diamonds extracted from the Diamond mines all around the world hold the gem-quality and the remaining 80% find their use for industrial purposes.

To sum up, if are a fashion freak and love embracing new trends, then jewelry made of natural rough diamonds will give you the wonderful chance of wearing a piece of “nature” on your body. They will not only appreciate your appearance but will also leave behind a benign style statement of your unmatched personality.

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  • Dear sir, I enjoy visiting your webpage and have been wondering about a couple things concerning raw diamonds. I read where it is fashionable to keep them in the raw these days and also was wondering how I can determine the value of my octahedral diamonds! I’ve got to that are beautiful (in the raw), and curious on how to have them appraised. Can you suggest what the best plan would be for me? I would send a photo or two but not sure if I can on this site. Thank you

    Scott Pfuhl

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19 comments

  • JULDfHjvF

    WMmcrDBLVJ
  • mwTMaSvrU

    CVDrfjNKxy
  • pyxAYBrieOWMDPjz

    zXdjsxKnuflbhH
  • PCSwpVocKXWR

    uHilqrpsZQNP
  • Dear sir, I enjoy visiting your webpage and have been wondering about a couple things concerning raw diamonds. I read where it is fashionable to keep them in the raw these days and also was wondering how I can determine the value of my octahedral diamonds! I’ve got to that are beautiful (in the raw), and curious on how to have them appraised. Can you suggest what the best plan would be for me? I would send a photo or two but not sure if I can on this site. Thank you

    Scott Pfuhl
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