Diamonds are considered a prestigious, splendid, and majestic gemstone. It has been known to mankind and used as a decorative item since ancient times; some of the earliest references can be traced back to India. Its superb formation and dazzling appearance make every people want it even more. Not only a form of prestige decoration, diamonds can also be worn as fine jewelry, which can be seen mostly on a royalty’s body.
Additionally, if you want to see a gorgeous diamond images, our diamond pattern samples below are a great choice, perfect for that excellent and splendid feel. These samples are downloadable in case you want to have a copy. Free Vector Patterns for diamonds are also available. Check them out.
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Shine Bright Like a Diamond
Diamonds are such a highly traded possession that multiple organizations have been created for grading and certifying them based on the four Cs—color, cut, clarity, and carat. Other characteristics, such as presence or lack of luminosity, also affect the charisma and thus the value of a diamond used for jewelry.
The most famous use of the diamond in jewelry is in engagement rings. The custom is recorded among European elite as early as the 15th century, though ruby and sapphire were more desirable gemstones. The modern popularity of diamonds was largely created by De Beers Consolidated Mines Ltd., which established the basic extensive diamond mines in South Africa. Through an advertising campaign beginning in the 1930s and ongoing into the mid-20th century, De Beers made diamonds into a key part of the engagement process and a desired symbol of status.
As a Form of Beautification
The most common usage of diamonds today is as gemstones used for embellishments, a usage which dates back into antiquity. The dispersal of white light into spectral colors is the primary gemological characteristic of gem diamonds. In the 20th century, gemologists have invented methods of grading diamonds and other gemstones based on the characteristics most important to their value as a gem.
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- Carat. The carat weight measures the mass of a diamond. One carat is defined as 200 milligrams (about 0.007 ounce avoirdupois).
- Clarity. Is a measure of internal defects of a diamond called inclusions.
- Color. The finest quality as per color grading is totally colorless, which is graded as “D” color diamond all around the world, meaning it is absolutely free from any color.
- Cut. Diamond cutting is the art and science of creating a gem-quality diamond out of mined rough.
- Shape. Diamonds do not show all of their beauty as rough stones; instead, they must be cut and polished to exhibit the characteristic fire and brilliance that diamond gemstones are known for.
Other characteristics also influence the significance and appearance of a diamond gem. These involve physical characteristics such as the presence of luminosity as well as the diamond’s source and which gemological institute evaluated the diamond. Spotlessness also seriously affects a diamond’s grace and beauty.
Downloadable Diamond Patterns Just for You
In addition, since this is about diamonds, these patterns that we offer are a great fit to your royalty-like feeling. The Seamless Patterns of diamonds are what you’ve been looking for. All of these are download-ready. So what are you waiting for? You might want to have a copy of your own. Download now!