Almaazan shigtgeetei xurimyn bo'gj, eemeg, zu'ult emegtei xuny nuutsxan xu'sel bdag bx. Sain medexgui, gexdee ted maani xu'sdeggui gej uu? Asar ix u'neteigees avaxuulaad bel benchind taarchix u'netei almaazan edlel baix bolovch, tedny maani setgeld ni taarch baival ter ni tany exnertee or naiz xu'uxendee o'gson xamgyn u'net, bas u'netei beleg bolox bxaa.
Tiimees erchuuddee zoriulaad tedend xereg bolj magadgui gej bodood diamondyn tuxai oruullaa.
The Four Cs: Cut, Color, Clarity & Carat Weight;
How to Buy a Diamond - The Four Cs
...The diamond is a true marvel of nature. Magical. Mysterious. Universally treasured. And no two are exactly alike. Yet choosing a diamond you'll both love is not so mysterious - when you understand the characteristics that distinguish one gem from another. Any explanation of a diamond's beauty and value centers on three key quality factors: cut, color and clarity, and one unit of measure: carat weight. Collectively these are known as the four Cs. Learn what to look for. Decide your priorities. Then make the choice that's right for you. (more ...)
1. The Blue Hope: 45.52 carats
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A dark, steely blue stone from India, the diamond eventually named the Hope is more notorious than any other diamond. It was originally purchased by a French merchant traveler, who sold it to King Louis XIV in 1668. Set in gold and suspended on a neck ribbon, the king wore the "Blue Diamond of the Crown" or "French Blue" on ceremonial occasions. During the French Revolution in 1792, when Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette attempted to flee France, the French Blue was stolen. (more ...)
The Four Cs in Diamond Quality