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Pink Blue Crystal

Pink Blue Crystal
Where can I buy Pink & blue Crystal Salt Rocks used with a tea light?

I would like to buy pink & blue Crystal Salt Rocks. Where can i buy them and also how can I use them with a tea light candle burner?

I try to find for you and I found this…

http://www.amazon.com/Himalayan-Crystal-X-Large-11-15-11-14/dp/B001FGI4N8/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1248417924&sr=8-3&tag=aor-sale-20&linkCode=as2&camp=1789&creative=390957

Hope this help :) Good Luck!

Pink Blue Crystal
Pink Blue Crystal
Pink Blue Crystal

Ctw Diamond Earrings

Ctw Diamond Earrings
What size are these earrings?

http://www.buy.com/prod/1-4-ctw-diamond-square-hoop-earrings-in-silver/q/loc/64934/207664380.html

I want to know the distance from the lobe to the bottom of the earring but can’t find it!
Thanks in advance.

Judging from the CTW presented in the item description, if those are all diamonds, and their -total- weight is 1/4 CT, then the earrings are quite small, and would probably fit close to the bottom of the lobe, more like a cuff/small hoop than a true hoop. The size of the actual post in the picture seems to confirm this theory.

However, if each diamond is 1/4 CT, then they would be bigged (doubtful.. no one makes that good a deal :P)

Just remember.. the thin post is what’s in the ear hole, so the lobe will be pointed down in the “trough” formed by the corner of the square…. the earrings will be hanging at a point, more like a diamond than on a flat side like a square.

Ctw Diamond Earrings
Ctw Diamond Earrings
Ctw Diamond Earrings

Carat Real Diamond

Carat Real Diamond
Would you wear a ring that looks like real diamond, but is fake?

I bought two rings for $80 and they look like real 2 carat diamonds. When I took it to a jeweler to see if it was real, the jeweler was even fooled at first. The rings if real, would have been worth over $5,000. When she tested it, she saw that it was fake. She said that for how good they look and how heavy, they were a good buy for $80

i am right now. my class ring has tiny fake diamonds in it. it still looks as good, and was way cheeper.

Lauren <3

Carat Real Diamond
Carat Real Diamond
Carat Real Diamond

Rough Diamond Wholesale

Rough Diamond Wholesale

Renowned for their durability and brilliance, a diamond is the most infamous gemstone in the world. Because the price and quality of a diamond can depend heavily on how it is cut and shaped, it’s possible to save money by purchasing rough or uncut diamonds for wholesale prices.

Most buyers who opt to purchase rough diamonds then have the diamond cut down into either one or multiple stones by a professional gem cutter or jeweler. Buyers and jewelers typically go this route if they have a particular style or design that they want to fit the diamond into and can’t use a standard, already-cut diamond.

If you’re planning to purchase rough diamonds, know that this can be a great way to save money, but it can also be a great way to get scammed. Before you make a rough diamond purchase, you need to be aware of the product and the market. So, keep reading for some critical tips that will help you with your next rough diamond purchase.

1. Always use an accredited and respected seller.

Even though they’re not yet cut and shaped, rough diamonds are still an expensive commodity. As with any major purchase, you should do your business with a seller or retailer whom you trust and believe is accountable. In turn, stay away from unreliable or potentially suspicious sources that could be trying to sell illegally stolen or fake diamonds.

2. Look for an ethical or conflict-free product.

Because rough diamonds are easier to sell and unload on the open market, it’s important that you don’t inadvertently sell an illegally procured or unethical diamond. Diamonds that are certified under the U.N.’s voluntary Kimberly Process certification program are conflict-free and their purchase will not fund arms or military conflict.

3. Always seek an expert’s advice.

If you can afford it, bring an expert appraiser along with you when you go to make your rough diamond purchase. Otherwise, ask the seller for an escrow arrangement where the purchase funds are held in trust until you can have the stones appraised by an independent gemologist or lab. If the seller is unwilling to guarantee their product or allow for an inspection, look for another seller.

4. Have your rough diamond appraised before and after you bring it to a jeweler.

While jeweler fraud is rare, it does occur. If you’re bringing a rough diamond to a jeweler to have it cut and shaped, bring the appraisal with you and let the jeweler know you’ll be having it appraised after the piece is cut. This simple action can prevent the temptation of fraud or possible misrepresentation.

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Rough Diamond Wholesale
Rough Diamond Wholesale
Rough Diamond Wholesale

Round Diamond Blue

Round Diamond Blue

Diamonds are a gift that are passed from generation to generation. They are an important heirloom that is appreciated by many. This makes them a long term investment that requires thought and care. One wants to be certain that they are buying a real diamond and not a fake diamond. Though there are many discount sales offering diamonds at unbelievable prices, one needs to do their homework to insure that they are getting a quality real diamond. Otherwise, you may be wasting your money.

So how does one differentiate the two? To begin with, one has to understand first the basics of diamonds before shopping for them. This will help you to avoid purchasing a fake diamond and giving yourself the ability to identify them. This can save you a lot of time and money, so take some time first to understand what diamonds are really are.

The Carat of the Diamond

Diamonds have four characteristics, which are carat, clarity, color, and cut. First, the carat is the weight of the diamond. There are five carats from every gram of diamond. Bigger diamonds will increase in carats, thus making them cost more money. In weighing diamonds, one has to take the exact weight, for every point is important. One full carat is 100 points, so if someone tries to sell you a diamond a few lines away from one gram, do not buy it as one gram. It is important that the carat of a diamond is measured with precision and accuracy.

The Clarity of the Diamond

Second is the clarity of a diamond. There is a system of range in measuring the clarity of a diamond, which is by the way, answers how clear it is. A diamond with perfect clarity is said to be flawless, although there are also internally flawless diamonds, which means they still have minor blemishes, but only on the outside. Diamonds classified as VVS1 or VVS2 have very, very small inclusions, with the latter being more visible than the former. VS1 and VS2 have very small inclusions while SI1, SI2, and SI3 have small inclusions. I1, I2, and I3 have inclusions that could be seen without using any instrument.

The Color of the Diamond

Third is the diamond’s color. This can be classified using the letters starting from D to X. the whitest diamonds are classified as D, and the color changes, the classification does too. There are diamonds that are different in color, so one must not be surprised to come across with blue, green or red diamonds. These are commonly irradiated, and in any way, secure the guarantee of the diamond’s color and clarity. It feels wonderful to be confident about your diamonds.

The Cut of the Diamond

And fourth is the diamond’s cut. This is also referred to as the shape of a diamond, which could be oval, pear, or round. A diamond reflects light more brilliantly if it is proportionately cut. Cut is measured by percentages, so when you ask about the cuts percentage, 60% is a descent percentage and is reasonably balanced for most shapes.

Identify Real Diamonds

Now that you know the qualities of a diamond, you are all set to determine whether a diamond is a fake or the real thing. The first one you can try is known as the newspaper test. To try this, put your diamond over the print on any newspaper. Try to read the newspaper through the diamond. If you cannot read it, do not worry, because chances are the diamond is a real one. If you can not read the newspaper, don’t worry as the chances are higher that the diamond is a real one.

The next thing that you can do is to do the fog test. Real diamonds clear away quickly when exposed to fog. Other precious stones linger longer. If the diamond you have just fogged is taking a bit longer to shed off its fog, then it must be a fake.

Using a diamond tester and a jeweler’s loop can also help in detecting fake diamonds by checking the refraction of the light and any scratches on the diamond, respectively. Try to subject diamonds to as many tests as possible. If the results are rather vague, secure the diamond’s certification. The most reliable certifications are issued by the European Gemological Laboratory or the Gemological Institute of America. Certified diamonds are more expensive because the certification process generally costs at least $100. Yet, this certification helps create peace of mind.

Buying diamonds is both an investment and luxury. Before indulging in this activity though, know your real diamonds first and protect yourself from fake ones.

Many enjoy diamond stud earrings as a beautiful accent to almost any outfit. They are one of the most desired gifts one can give.

Round Diamond Blue
Round Diamond Blue
Round Diamond Blue

Blue Diamond Round

Blue Diamond Round

Overview:

  • The Akiles diamond 1 is designed to help you quickly and easily add round corners to all of your important documents, promotional materials and other printed items. It is perfect for rounding the corners on your paper, PVC, polyester, leather and polypropylene items.
  • It uses a special corner cutting die to add a radius to the corner on a small stack of documents at a time.

Strengths and Features:

  • One of the best things about the Akiles Diamond 1 corner rounder is the cost. The Diamond one costs less than $150 including a die. This is about $50 less than most other comparable corner rounding machines on the market. However, the most substantial savings with the Diamond 1 comes in the dies. Dies for the Diamond 1 only cost about $20. Compare that to $70-$100 for most other corner rounding dies and the Akiles is a much cheaper corner rounding option.
  • The Akiles Diamond 1 allows you to round the corners on a stack of paper up to 0.4″ at a time. This means that you can process a fairly large stack of documents in very short amount of time. There are a few corner rounders that can handle a little bit more paper than this but not very many.
  • The Akiles Diamond 1 ships with the tools that you need to use in order to change the dies and with a convenient radius selector tool to help you choose the right radius die for your project. The tools and the radius selection fit conveniently in a drawer that is located in the base of the unit. You can even fit extra radius dies in the base of the corner rounder.
  • There are a number of different radius dies available for use with the Diamond 1 including a 1/8″ radius die, a 3/8″ radius die, a ¼” radius die, a 45 degree angle die and a half moon die for thumb cut calendar punching.

Weaknesses and Limitations:

  • Although there is a fairly decent selection of dies for the Akiles Diamond 1, other corner rounders have a lot larger selection of dies available for them. If you need to round your documents with a larger radius or with an extremely small radius, you will need to select a different corner rounder.
  • The cutting table on the Akiles diamond 1 is actually a lot smaller than an 8.5″ x 11″ document. This means that you have to hold the document with one hand and keep it pressed in place while you pull the handle with your other hand.
  • The Akiles Diamond 1 uses small blue cutting pads that wear out during the cutting process. These pads need to be replaced on a regular basis in order to ensure the quality of cutting that is achieved. These pads aren’t very expensive and come in packs of five. It is worth having a few on hand inside the drawer of your Diamond 1.

Recommendation:

For organizations that need to round the corners on small to medium numbers of documents or items, the Diamond 1 is an ideal solution. It is simple to use and offers an excellent value for your money. However, organizations that need to round a lot of documents or that need special sized radius corners for their documents may need to consider a larger corner rounding unit.

If you need more information or would like to purchase the Akiles Diamond 1 Corner Rounder Round Cornering Device or any of the other Corner Rounders that we carry please feel to visit our site or contact us with your questions.

This review was written by Jeff McRitchie who is the director of marketing for Mybinding.com. Jeff has written more than three hundred articles and more than two hundred reviews on Binding Machines, Binding Supplies, Report Covers, 3-Ring Binders, Index Tabs, Laminators, Laminating Supplies, Paper Shredders and Paper Handling Equipment.

Blue Diamond Round
Blue Diamond Round
Blue Diamond Round