Yes, It is true, “ONLY A DIAMOND CAN CUT A DIAMOND.”
It’s the hardest naturally occurring substance known to man.
RESILIENCE, TOUGHNESS, ENDURANCE, BEAUTY, INTEGRITY, COMMITMENT, VALUE, PURPOSE & LOVE.
I completely agree. Diamonds are an extraordinary work of nature, standing out from all other precious stones due to their exceptional strength and beauty. Moreover, how each diamond forms and is extracted from the earth only adds to its uniqueness. Evaluating a diamond’s worth through the FOUR C’s is undoubtedly vital. It’s astonishing how something so small can hold such significant meaning and significance for individuals.
Did you know diamonds are formed beneath the earth’s surface at extreme temperatures and pressure? Once brought to the surface by hot magma, they face further challenges , as dynamites are used to blast the diamond-bearing ore. However, even after being extracted, the diamond must still undergo the process of being cut, polished, and set onto a piece of jewelry. The end result is a beautiful piece that serves its purpose of sweeping a lucky lady off her feet and constantly reminding her of her worth and the love she is cherished with, through the test of time.
THE 4 C’s
COLOUR, CUT, CLARITY, CARAT
Diamonds are formed 180-220 km beneath the earth’s surface under extreme temperatures (900-1300 degrees) and pressure (45-60 Kilobars). Transported to the earth’s surface by the extremely hot kimberlite magma, they then further endure extreme challenges where the diamond-bearing ore is blasted using dynamites, then crashes during the mining process. The diamond journey doesn’t end there, as it must still undergo the process of being cut & polished, and set onto a piece of jewelry upon completion. Finally, it reaches its destination and serves its #PURPOSE!!! by sweeping a lucky lady off her feet. It constantly reminds her through the test of time that she is valued, adored and loved beyond measure.
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