Tag Archives: Black diamonds

What are Salt and Pepper Diamonds?

Essentially, they are just white diamonds with many black and white inclusions.  This gives a grey multi-tonal speckled effect, hence the name. They can be really rather pretty, and quite a lovely choice of diamond for people who enjoy different coloured gemstones. Another positive attribute to be mentioned about salt and pepper diamonds is that […]

Morganite

Pretty and pink. Oh yes please. Call me a girlie girl I’ll happily accept, if you’re gifting me a morganite. This precious pink gemstone, named after banker JP Morganite is a Beryl. This is the same family of gemstone as emeralds and aquamarines. Its hues vary from soft pinks, champagne to peaches and browns.  Set […]

A Cultured Diamond?

Cultured Diamond

Let’s be honest, Lab grown diamonds have a terrible name. One that implies they are synthetic mass produced fake diamonds. However, a lab diamond is a diamond, just by no means grown over the course of time deep within the earth’s mantle. For many people this might be a predominant factor to loving their diamond. […]

Considering a Carbonado?

Black Diamonds Dublin

Although also quite appealing no, I don’t mean a carbonara. Carbonado diamonds, aka black diamonds are the toughest of all, natural diamonds. The dark, metallic grey to black lustre from these stones have an intriguing allure of their own, quite different to the fire, sparkle, and translucency of a white diamond. Black diamonds have been […]

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