As the market steadily moves away from conflicted diamonds and the demand for conflict-free and even lab-grown diamonds increases, it’s getting hard to keep track of the new and different kinds. Among newer varieties of diamonds, you are liable to be duped into buying a fake diamond in lieu of purchasing a new variety.
Luckily for us, Megan Willett writes about ways to tell a real diamond from a fake one. Here’s the article from Business Insider
5 Ways To Spot A Fake Diamond
One of the most common questions that gemologists are asked is how to tell the difference between a real diamond and a fake stone.
We spoke with Reyne Hirsch, a 20th-century decorative arts expert and consultant for the global online marketplace Lofty, about how to tell when a diamond is real, and when and why to take it to an expert. See full post here
REMEMBER: lab-grown diamonds are not nearly worth as much as naturally-occurring diamonds. So keep yourself educated on the market trends and the recent developments in diamond mining and manufacturing. Happy and careful buying to you all!
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