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S O L I D G O L D J E W E L R Y
Nothing is more timeless than solid gold jewelry. Having a piece of solid gold as part of your collection, one that you can cherish for a lifetime, is well worth the investment. You will never have to worry about the plating wearing out - your piece will forever maintain its color.
For generations, gold has been the trademark of beauty and elegance for men and women alike. It is a symbol of status and a representation of your unique taste in fashion.
Solid gold jewelry commonly referred to as 'real gold' is a piece of jewelry made entirely of gold. It is the most durable and expensive type of fine gold jewelry. The Karatage (represented with a "K") represents the proportion of gold to other metals, all mixed in to make the piece harder and more durable.
The purest form of gold is 24k gold which is 100% pure. However, 24k gold is too soft and susceptible to scratches, so it is not practical for everyday use. It is also very yellow in color. The most popular types of solid gold used for jewelry are 9k, 14k and 18k.
D I A M O N D S
The perfect stone and most precious material on earth.
As the hardest naturally occurring mineral in the world, diamonds rate a perfect 10 on the Mohs scale of hardness. Diamonds are incredibly durable and resilient making them ideal for everyday wear. Diamonds maintain their sparkle and beauty with minimal maintenance.
One of nature’s most precious gemstones, a diamond's uniqueness and strength is derived from its cut, color, clarity and carat (often called the 4 C's). Each diamond carries its own beautiful blend which determines its brilliance and value.
Cut - Each of the 4 C’s should be considered equally when comparing diamonds, but the cut is usually considered the most defining and glamorous characteristic. The cut of a diamond affects the amount of light it reflects to make it sparkle. Diamonds are mined in rough form and are then sent to highly skilled stonecutters to be shaped and polished. It is this cutting process that transforms raw stones into the sparkling diamonds we are most familiar with. There are many diamond shapes – including round brilliant, oval, marquise, pear, heart, princess baguette, etc.
Color - When it comes to a diamond's value, the more colorless - the more valuable. It is an absence of color that gives a top-quality diamond its crisp whiteness, and a color scale is used to grade each stone. The GIA color scale ranges from D (colorless) to Z and represents how noticeable color (usually of yellow or brown tone) is in a diamond. A truly colorless diamond is a rarity, but you will find a wide range of beautiful stones that reflect a warm white to yellow shade. The best choice here is a matter of personal preference. A difference in Color can be very subtle and not necessarily visible to the untrained eye - yet it can affect a stone’s price dramatically.
Clarity - Clarity describes a diamond's internal flaws and surface imperfections. Truly flawless diamonds are extremely rare and priced accordingly. Almost all diamonds have tiny birthmarks called inclusions or blemishes, but most inclusions are not visible to the naked eye unless magnified.
Using the GIA Clarity Grading Scale, diamonds range from Flawless (F) to Included (I).
Carat - Diamond Carat is the standard used to measure diamond weight and size - a carat is equal to 0.2g. As a diamond’s weight increases, its value does also.