Shopping for a custom diamond engagement ring? You’ll need to take a crash course in what’s known as the “four Cs” of diamonds:
- Carat – The weight of the diamond
- Color – The less color a diamond has, the better its quality
- Clarity – The absence or presence of inclusions – or flaws – in the diamond
- Cut – How the diamond is crafted
It’s this last aspect that has the most to do with the overall beauty of the stone. The cut of a diamond refers to its proportions, finish and symmetry, and how its facets react to light. Here are a few of the most common diamond cuts that you might come across in your search for a custom diamond engagement ring.
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When you first bought your gold jewelry, it was sparkly and new, the type of thing you were proud to put on and show off.
But it’s been a few years, and your jewelry has lost some of its gloss. But don’t worry: You can clean your gold jewelry using things you likely have lying around the house.
Before we start, we should note that you should use caution with any of these jewelry cleaning methods. If you’re not sure about something, pay a visit to a Bucks County, PA jewelry store that you trust to get some guidance.
With that said, let’s look at some of the ways you can give your gold jewelry the shine it deserves.