Skip Navigation Website Accessibility

DIAMOND FAQ

We get TONS of questions around diamonds in store, so here is a guide to help direct your shopping! Browse information on diamond quality, sources, settings, and more.







What is a Diamond?

What is a diamond…? The dictionary defines a diamond as “a precious stone consisting of a clear and colorless crystalline form of pure carbon, the hardest naturally occurring substance.” Diamonds were formed billions of years ago through a combination of tremendous pressure and high temperatures deep beneath the Earth’s surface...

Learn more





Is This Real?

One of the most common question we get in store is, "Is this fake or real?"

While this is an excellent question to be asking, we would like to rephrase it to, "What stone is this?"

Because there is no such thing as a "fake" diamond, but rather different stones that mimic the appearance of a diamond. These stones include Cubic Zirconia, Moissanite, White Beryl, White sapphire...

Learn more






Lab Grown vs. Natural Diamonds

Another question we get asked often is the difference between natural diamonds and lab grown diamonds.

So what is the difference? Well, not much. Lab grown diamonds have the same optical, physical, and chemical composition as a natural diamond, so the only difference is...


Learn more







The 4C's of Diamond Grading

There are different factors that go into grading the quality of a diamond, which are commonly known as the 4C's- color, clarity, cut, and carat weight.

Learn more






Why Diamonds?

So, why are diamonds used in engagement rings and wedding bands? This is a question that we often get, and it often brings up the conversation about alternative stones to use in place of a diamond. This is a hot trend right now, so when we are working on these projects the main thing we have to look for is a stone’s hardness.

This is because it is actually kinda true that “Diamonds are Forever”...

Learn more







What Is A Champagne Diamond?

Wondering what makes a champagne diamond different from a traditional white diamond? Well, this term is simply referring to the color of the stone- a champagne diamond is a brown diamond with a noticeable yellow tint, making it resemble the color of champagne...

Learn more

Logo

Site Links

Contact Us