Friday, July 16, 2010

TAKING CARE TIPS diamond ring

Diamond wedding ring became one of the favorites of young couples to express their true love. Many young couples who dream of the most beautiful moments in life that their ring fingers can be equipped with a diamond ring. A prayer for the permanence of marriage. Unfortunately, time also eroded the glittering ring. Perhaps it is because you are paying less attention to maintenance.

Here is how that can be achieved to maximize your ring to stay beautiful and keep shining:

1. Be careful in wearing the ring. Diamond is a hard material but they are easily cracked so it needs to be careful in using it. Take off the rings on when you perform activities that could affect the quality of the ring such as changing the oil in the car, climbing trees, and others.

2. At the time of exercise is better you let go of the ring, especially sports that involve a lot of hands like volleyball, basketball. Hold the tennis racket is also unfavorable for diamond rings that are decorated around it.

3. By the time you release a better swim ring. Existing chlorine in pool water can change the color of diamonds. Also if you swim in cold water, will cause you to shrink because of the cold finger and the possibility of ring you can release.

4. When cleaning your house better ring removed. Soap and other cleaning will be able to tarnish the ring. It would be better if you remove the ring while washing clothes because the detergent will diminish the glow of your diamond.

5. When gardening is better to release the ring. Chances are you could damage the diamond when gardening.

6. Cooking is a joy most women. You need to remember seasoning dishes used will be able to form a hard coating on the ring is removed.

7. Lotion, sunscreen, hairspray, perfume used can also diminish or change the color of your diamond your diamond. Take off the ring if you would spread the material. And do not use the ring when I'm manicure.

When you see a stain on the ring, wash immediately with soap and water to soak for several minutes until last night. Can also wash the rings in a mixture of water and ammonia are similar in composition to many. But be careful when using the mixture. Do not wash a colored stone and porous in the solution. You can also bring a ring to the jewelers to be washed and checked the form, at least once a year.

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Quality Of Diamonds

Because its physical diamonds Famous Quality is great, ESPECIALLY its hardness-word (diamonds) taken Greek language than Adamas ("impossible to tame")-and held a light on on their efforts.

Resilience: Diamond is the hardest material in the form semulajadi That, with 10 on the Moh hardness scale comparison of excavation and having an absolute hardness value (absolute hardness) Between 167 and 231 gigapaskal in Various Examinations. Violence has been Known since past the bed again, Which Is the stem name.
diamond image

Violence, not the Same as That just shows the resilience of resistance to the hack, diamond hardness is in good is simple. Violence linked to keupayaan something broke due to material than blows. As with other materials, the macroscopic geometry of a diamond contributes to its resilience rather than rupture. Diamonds are cut in certain shapes more Easily broken proportional cuts in other Airways.

Color: Diamonds Were formed by the original so have highlights Various colors - clear, puih, blue, yellow, red, green, pink, war, - or black color. Diamond with a visible color Identified as "Colored diamonds." Colored diamonds or structural defects bendasing Womb That Causes the coloration, while pure or nearly pure diamonds are clear and without color. Most foreign bodies diamond replacing carbon atoms in the crystal network. The most common foreign body, nitrogen, causing little or war Yellowish color.
Expensive diamonds

Price: Now carrying Wittelsbach diamond created in 1664 in a 'dowry' engagement of King Leopold I of Austria to a Spanish princess, Infanta Teresa Magarita. In 1722 the diamonds into the Wittelsbach family or clan, a family of European royalty. Diamonds auctioned at Christie's in London was Bought Laurence Graff (69) with £ 16.4 million, or about Rp244, 7 M.