Diamonds value factors

Kategorie diamentów marki PANDORA

Poniższa skala kolorów dotyczy diamentów wykorzystywanych przez markę PANDORA.

Colour

H (Near Colourless)

Cut

Round brilliant cut

Carat

The carat weight depends on the individual jewellery piece

Clarity

VS (Very Slightly Included)

Pandora's annual Club charm features a sparkling diamond as a lasting tribute to our loyal fans.

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Gatunek/Grupa: diament

Klasa: kamień naturalny

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Origin

The diamond is a crystalling mineral made of pure carbon and is created hundreds of kilometres beneath the Earth's surface under intense heat and pressure and carried to the surface by volcanic forces. Diamonds are found in many countries, from remote deserts to frozen tundra.

Name

From the Greek word "adamas," which means invincible, unconquerable, unbreakable, in reference to the diamond's extreme hardness

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Processing

Multiple processes are required to transform a rough diamond into a jewellery stone. Rough diamonds are divided by sawing and then shaped in a process called bruting. Blocking and brillianteering facets the rough diamond, which is then polished to increase its reflectivity

Durability

Diamonds are at the top of the the Mohs scale, which is used to measure the hardness of minerals, and are rated a 10. Diamonds are the hardest substance known to man and has superior resistance to scratching and chemicals.

Diamonds with colours that are outside the scale are known as "fancy colour diamonds."
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Care

Avoid rough handling and when not in use, store diamond jewellery separately to avoid scratches. Clean with lukewarm, soapy water and gentle brushing. Ultrasonic cleaners should be used with caution as they can damage heat-treated diamonds and diamonds with imperfections that can't be seen with the naked eye.

Historia i wierzenia

Niezwykła twardość i piękno diamentu są cenione od wieków przez różne cywilizacje. Starożytni Grecy wierzyli, że diamenty wzmacniają siłę mięśni i przynoszą zwycięstwo – dlatego nosili je wojownicy. Również w średniowieczu diamenty utożsamiano ze zwycięstwem, siłą, odwagą i hartem ducha. Juliusz Cezar, Ludwik IV i Napoleon nosili diamenty jako talizmany mające im przynieść pomyślność. Dziś diamenty symbolizują miłość, piękno i sukces, a także małżeństwo. Diamentowy pierścionek, zwłaszcza z pojedynczym centralnym kamieniem, jest klasycznym pierścionkiem zaręczynowym.

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