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HOW TO CLEAN JEWELLERY:I would like to discuss this important topic, as we all want our customers to keep their jewellery possessions in the utmost pristine condition.Diamonds and diamond jewellery - I would recommend to buy professional liquid which will remove dirt from your items (one such brand is called Town Talk). If you don’t have it, pour lukewarm water into the bowl and add a bit of washing up liquid and put your items there to soak. And then use an old toothbrush very carefully to remove the dirt and build ups on your items. Rinse the jewellery in...

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Hi everyone, Now I will talk about how to choose the perfect jewellery gift. We all want to chose the gift which will be cherished and which will bring joy to its new owner. But how we can do it? Unless we know the needs of the gift receiver, it could be a nightmare to find a perfect gift. I have worked in retail over 2 decades, and very often my customers are facing this dilemma. Now, we can talk about 5 tips: 1. - budget - it is obvious that we need to be sure as how much we...

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Now we will talk about fancy coloured diamonds. With fancy coloured diamonds, the situation is the opposite from colourless diamonds. In fancy colours - the higher the colour, the more expensive the diamond is. Colour in fancy coloured diamonds are caused by trace elements, such as boron (blue diamonds), for example. Some colours are caused by irregularities in their lattice and such a defect produces pinks and reds. Diamonds come in almost every colour you could imagine, but some hues are seen more often than others.

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While talking about colour in diamonds, chemically pure perfect diamond has no hue. It means that such diamond has higher value. The colours are divided into: colourless (D,E,F), near colourless (G,H,I,J), faint (K,L,M), very light (N to R) and light (S to Z). Also, the colour grade is a range of colour, where the gemologist or trained jewellery professional can compare such range with master stones.

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The second of 4C’s is colour. In colourless diamonds, the less colour, the more valuable the diamond. In colourless diamonds, the range of colour comes from D (the top colour) to Z. If we talk about fancy colours, there is an opposite tendency. The more pink in a pink diamond, the more expensive this diamond. The fancy colours come in all shades of the rainbow.

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