Easiest ride of my life 💫 Jumped on the @gobrightline train a few hours ago to go to the @palmbeachshowgroup 💎❤️ and I’m already on my way back! Had a few bites, cups of coffee, and a glass of rosé after a productive afternoon (🙃). Miami, see you in 60 min! #gobrightline 🥰 .
By the way, if you’re interested in these pieces let me know! Available right away!
If you are into yellow... then this is definitely your kind of stone 🥰❤️💎 Vivid orange diamond!!! YES! Fancy yellow Diamonds are the second most common fancy color, and in trade the term “canary” is popularly used (even though it’s not the correct grading term). However, when a diamond has a secondary hue such as this “Orangey” color tone, it becomes much more rare and thus more valuable. Fancy diamonds grades go from Fancy Light to Fancy Vivid, the latter being the rarest of them all. As for cut, theres a reason why most yellow diamonds are radiants- their color is intensified with this cut!! ☺️ That means the price will definitely go up per carat if the diamond is viewed face up and graded a fancy diamond rather than in the lower end of the D-Z color scale. What do you think about this one?! 🏆🍊 Definitely a winner for me!!! (@fancybrilliance_diamonds).
Nothing says I LOVE YOU like a heart, and nothing says I LOVE YOU FOREVER like a diamond heart. The heart shape diamond is an extremely popular gift for anniversaries and Valentine’s, and even more as engagement rings 💎❤️ The heart diamond is a brilliant cut, featuring two rounded edges divided by a single cleft, forming a perfect heart shape. The heart’s shape is seen clearly on diamonds over 0.50 carats, and looks beautiful mounted as a solitaire or with a halo! For smaller diamonds, a gorgeous bezel setting will bring out their shapes.
You might or might not believe this is one of the most difficult cuts to create, which makes it even more special! Here are a few tips to select the one stone that’s going to bring the most out of your diamond:
1️⃣ Select the best diamond cut (Excellent!); this shape needs to be cut to perfection so it’s symeytical. the heart’s too arches must be even and you must look out for a bow-tie effect in the middle of the stone, since the cut is prone to making it occur.
2️⃣ Find the carat weight that is right for you and your budget, carefully selecting the ideal depth with your jeweler to make it spread beautifully. Depending on the carat weight of the stone, select the setting! You could do three Prongs or bezels for smaller stones, and halos and four Prongs for larger ones!
3️⃣ Go lower in clarity! The heart actually hides inclusions very well, so you can compromise on clarity as long as you don’t see the inclusions with your naked eye.
4️⃣ In this case, color would be the most subjective factor. Higher colors would be more expensive while lower color grades would be less expensive, but either way the grades don’t differ as much as in other types of cuts.
In conclusion, if you’re a hopeless romantic... get the heart diamond and gift it for this Valentine’s day! It could be a pendant, earrings, a bracelet, or an engagement ring, but I promise it will definitely say “I love you forever” 🥰
HAPPY VALENTINE’S!!! 💕🌹 💗❤️ (💎📸 by @vechler)
Do you know what a briolette is!? 🥰❤️💎 It is an elongated pear-shaped gemstone cut with facets, often drilled to hang as a bead. The best thing about this is that this one is a DIAMOND! 2.95cts, D color, VS2 Clarity, and GIA certified. How cool would it be to hang is as a pendant? 😎😎😎 Or even find a matching stone and get it as earrings!? This shape is usually found in antique and estate jewelry from the Victorian, Edwardian, and Art Deco eras… 😯 I’m fact, they are one of the earliest diamond cuts! This stone in particular is a Canadian Diamond 🇨🇦. Did you know that Canada produced over 20 million carats last year? Oh… that really is a fun fact! By the way, This stone is FOR SALE! DM me for inquiries 😘😘😘
Meetings for #SagradoTalk! Join me this Saturday at 11am until 1pm for the opening of @sagradotrends at @proyectotulum 💙💎 I’ll be talking about Social Media, my journey, and my experience, alongside Stylist @steaphannydesola & Blogger @mariaboterob ❤️. We’re going to have many many treats and surprises- from crystals and jewelry to drinks & bites!!! 💕💕💕 See you there?
Happy Tuesday!!! Do you know what these are?! 🤨🤨🤨 They’re calles trillions, commonly used as Sidestones in three-stone rings ❤️ The cut originated in the Netherlands and its shaped as a triangle with rounded sides. Let me tell you the good, the bad, and the ugly, though: this shape looks bigger than a round brilliant given its cut, and it’s usually more shallow (which means larger surface area yet takes away on brilliance). They’re also more prone to chipping, so keep an eye out for that! Last but not least, they’re unique in their own way, so even though they’re great as accent stones, they look beautiful set by themselves (they just need a little more care)! 💕 Is it a yes or no for you?! Let me know below! (@horizondiamonds).
There’s no such thing as #MondayBlues when they start like THIS! I just did a little pop quiz on my stories, just in case you were willing to take a break from work and test your diamond education skills 😜💎🏆. And while this fancy shaped necklace is pretty spectacular, let me tell you a thing or two about fancy shapes! There are 10 of them total: Round Brilliant, Ovals, Emerald, Asscher, Heart, Princess, Radiant, Cushion, Marquise, and Pear... most are brilliant cuts and only Two of them (Emerald and Asscher) are step cuts. Brilliant cuts will always have more sparkle (fire & scintillation) but the mirrored facets of the Step Cuts have a little something that is irresistible to anyone! 🥰 What’s your favorite cut? How about your favorite shape? Oh and last question... can you guess the total carat weight of the necklace?! Let’s see who wins! 👇🏻 (@solowco).
Let’s just say I have the January Blues…💎💙 but we gotta WORK, don’t we all?! How gorgeous is this Cambodian Blue Sapphire???? It’s step cut faceting makes it truly unique and the fact that its NOT heated makes it even more rare! Nowadays, many colored stones are heated to make their color better and to hide their impurities, so less and less are in the market with no indications of heating 🔥. Sapphires usually come from Thailand, Nigeria, Ethiopia, anreven Madagascar, but this Cambodian stone comes from a gem field in Pailin. Anyone know where that is? 😊 The region is centered on the eroded remnants of three volcanic cones that brought ruby and sapphire to the surface! 😳😍 Pretty cool right? Mother Earth never ceases to amaze me. This stone is available for sale, oh— and its 2.79 cts. DM me if you’re interested in looking at the certificate!!! 💯💯💯 Happy THURSDAY! Let me know what you want to talk about tomorrow, would be of much much help 💕 xoxo