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    A 1 carat diamond is approximately 6.5mm in diameter. This is the size of a round diamond, cut to ideal proportions. Other shapes may have a larger or smaller surface area. Oval, pear and marquise diamonds have a larger surface area, while princess and asscher cut diamonds are smaller, with just around 5.5mm table size. While this may seem small, a 1 carat diamond is absolutely big enough to draw attention. Size and carat weight should be a consideration for your ring, but you should also focus on choosing a well-cut diamond. A stunning 1 carat diamond engagement ring that sparkles brightly, like this one from Blue Nile, will be more brilliant and eye-catching than a dull 2 carat diamond engagement ring.

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  • Six claws process in jewelry

    Six claws process in jewelry


    WHY SHOULD YOU CONSIDER SIX CLAWS FOR YOUR DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT JEWELRY? Claws, or prongs, are the small pieces of wire metal that extend from the main body of your diamond engagement jewelry, stretch over the diamond’s girdle and hold it securely in place. Generally, they are made from the same metal as the jewelry (their strength is another thing you’ll want to consider when you choose the metal for your diamond engagement jewelry) and will be the only thing holding your diamond in place. As a result, you’ll need to put a lot of thought into whether you’ll want a six claw or four claw diamond engagement jewelry. With four claws holding your diamond in place, if you break, pull or snap a claw there is a high chance that your diamond will slip from its setting and be lost for good. This is surprisingly easy to do and can be caused by something as innocuous as catching your diamond engagement ring on a pair of jeans. What’s more, four claws can tend to make your diamond look somewhat ‘boxy’ if it is a brilliant round cut, and take away some of appeal that comes from a round cut diamond. SO WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF A SIX CLAW DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT JEWELRY? All the benefits of a six claw setting can be distilled into five words: they keep your diamond safe. If you should happen to break a prong on a six claw jewelry, you’ll still have five keeping the diamond safe in place which can give you the time you need to get your diamond engagement jewelry to the jewellers tomake repairs. You’ll also find that having a six claw setting will prevent that ‘boxiness’ you tend to see with a four claw jewelry, as six prongs will completely encircle the diamond.

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  • Claw Setting Jewelry

    Claw Setting Jewelry


    Claw settings offer an alternative to the usual bezel style cabochon gemstone settings as well as a beautiful way to set a faceted gemstone. These settings are great if you don't want to or do not have time to make your own stone settings. They are perfect for turning into rings, earrings, pendants and brooches. We supply claw settings for both gemstone cabochons and faceted stones.

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  • What is the sterling silver?

    What is the sterling silver?


    Sterling silver is an alloy of silver containing 92.5% by weight of silver and 7.5% by weight of other metals, usually copper. The sterling silver standard has a minimum millesimal fineness of 925. Fine silver, for example 99.9% pure silver, is relatively soft, so silver is usually alloyed with copper to increase its hardness and strength. Sterling silver is prone to tarnishing, and elements other than copper can be used in alloys to reduce tarnishing, as well as casting porosity and firescale. Such elements include germanium, zinc, platinum, silicon, and boron. Recent examples of alloys using these metals include argentium, sterlium, sterilite and silvadium.

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