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The mining of diamonds has been going on for centuries. In South Africa, large-scale, profitable mining, which has been the driving force behind the nation's economic advancement, began in 1867 with the discovery of a diamond on thebanks of the Orange River. In the ensuing decades diamonds have been continuously mined across the world and the global diamond mining industry may be one of the world's best-kept secrets.All eyes however have recently been cast upon a South African mine when in Janua...
Is white gold still gold? It looks more like silver, only shinier. What about rose gold? Gold can’t be pink! And then there’s green gold, which surely isn’t a real thing, is it? Well, actually, they’re all gold alloys, which is what all gold jewellery is made from, even the traditional yellow gold pieces. Pure 24 karat gold, which is indeed yellow, is too soft for jewellery and other items so it will be mixed with another metal to strengthen it. Usually that metal will be zinc or nickel, though ...
However adorable a tiny baby bracelet might be, or sweet and pretty a little girl's pendant is, many parents feel that buying children’s jewellery is a waste of money. This is due to the fact that unlike adults, children would only wear jewellery on special occasions. There is however a fairly new approach concerning children’s jewellery. Some parents are buying necklaces, rings, bracelets, earrings and other delightful jewels for their youngsters as a means of investing money, particularly gold...
Gold keeper rings are unmistakable. Stylish, chunky, heavy and beautifully-crafted, this classic type of ring radiates taste, affluence and style. So what exactly is a gold keeper's ring and why would you wear one? History of Keepers' Rings The gold keepers' ring was introduced in 1761 by King George III. The King presented a band scattered with diamonds to his bride, Queen Charlotte. According to the history books, Queen Charlotte wore the simple diamond band next to her diamond engagement ri...
Carats are simply units of mass used to measure gemstones, not to be confused with ‘karats’ which is a system for measuring the purity of gold. It can get confusing as both spellings of the word are often used when determining the purity of gold, though the abbreviation will always be k or kt for gold, while ct or even cd will be used for diamonds. The two systems may share a name and origin but they are actually completely different in how they measure their subjects. The Difference between Ca...
Understanding jewellery jargon is the best way of ensuring you’re buying the most suitable pieces such as engagement rings and jewelled pendants. It helps to know your carats from your karats when buying gifts for a loved one or for yourself, as you can weigh up the price of your favourite jewellery with the quality of the stone or metals it’s crafted with. Carats and Karats Carats, as you may suspect, are not orange vegetables but the unit of measurement for diamonds, which measure the size...
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