Anna Ring – 18 Carat Gold – Top Wesselton Diamonds
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Crafted in Eighteen Karat Yellow Gold, this Diamond band features twenty-two (1mm) 0.18 ct. top wesselton vs. diamonds in total, set half way around in italian setting.
Diamonds, a mineral composed of pure carbon. It is the hardest naturally occurring substance known; it is also the most popular gemstone. Because of their extreme hardness, diamonds have a number of important industrial applications.
The hardness, brilliance, and sparkle of diamonds make them incompareble to gemstones. In the symbolism of gemstones, the diamond represents strength, power, currage and love and is the birthstone for April.
The diamond is crystalline carbon that is the hardest known mineral, usually it is near colorless, that when transparent and free from flaws and highly valued as a precious stone. The most popular and used cut of diamond is a brilliant cut diamond, a cut where numerous facets are placed so most light rays reflect through them.
Ancient Greeks called the diamond "adamas,” meaning “invincible,” “indestructible,” “proper,” and “untamed.” Warriors in ancient Greece wore diamonds as the stones were thought to strengthen the warriors’ muscles and bring them invincibility. The power, hardness and beauty of the diamond have been prized throughout the history in many civilizations. The famous Persian poet Hafiz remarked that, "the rainbow is confined in a diamond forever". In antiquity, a diamond was always thought to be a symbol of strength and power. Ancient Greeks thought that diamonds represented the tears of weeping gods. Ancient Romans thought diamonds were considered to be parts of the outer rings of stars, which had fallen to the earth.