The ethical jewellery cemetery is full of tombstones of good intentions, inscribed with the words: plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose (i.e. “the more that changes, the more it’s the same thing”).
To help ensure a client selects the diamond/gold combination that is best for them, jewellers should consider approaching the process of ring selection from a different angle. Rather than starting with the gold or metal, ask clients to select their preferred natural colour diamond. From there, the colour of gold can be selected according to which nuances will bring out the best elements of the diamond(s).
A timepiece showcasing 17,512 white diamonds and 12 black diamonds has broken a Guinness World Record.
The 14-karat gold ‘Srinkia’ wristwatch has nabbed the title of most diamonds set on a watch. Designed by Renani Jewels in India, inspiration for the piece is rooted in ancient Indian mythology, Guinness reports. It also signifies Lakshmi, the Indian goddess of wealth and good fortune.
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