Yes, the New Year has finally arrived and thousands of couples around the globe will have become engaged at the bewitching hour of 12 midnight. It's quite strange that different countries experience
Yes, Christmas is nearly upon us once again. 2012 has gone so quickly and so much has happened in the world of diamonds.
My Diamonds is a diamond retailer, one of Australia's favourites and a ris
Seventh on this list of most expensive diamonds is The Wittelsbach - Graff Diamond, worth $23.4 million.
Again, this is a fancy deep blue diamond with an internally flawless grading. Well, you'd
The Moussaief Red Diamond was discovered in 1990 by a Brazilian farmer. It was found in the Abaetezinho River which runs through a region known as Alto Paranaiba. This region is well known as a so
Our recent posts have covered the 4Cs - the grading standard that diamond grading laboratories such as GIA and HRD use when examining and grading diamonds.
As a reminder - when purchasing a diamond
In most diamonds there are tiny imperfections - most of which are not obvious to the naked eye, but will be graded by Diamond Clarity Grading carried out by gemologists. My Diamonds diamonds are gra
We began the 4Cs in our last post, looking at the grading of colour within a diamond. This post is another of the 4Cs ~ the Cut, possibly the most overlooked of the 4Cs.
The diamond cut refers to
In past posts we have talked about the 4Cs of diamond grading and where the grading values are on a Grading Certificate. For Monroe Yorke Diamonds, one of Australia's foremost diamond retailers this
The coloured diamond, or fancy diamonds as they're referred to are quite rare. Most diamonds are yellowish brown when in their natural state, which is caused by the presence of nitrogen molecules tr