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Diamond Market report 12/08/2021.

Welcome back to the Diamonds Hatton Garden blog where we bring you the latest from our Hatton Garden jewellers. When looking for loose diamonds for diamond engagement rings, diamond tennis bracelets or a pair of beautiful diamond earrings it is important to understand how the global diamond market influences the retail price.We continue with our ongoing series and look into the latest developments within the diamond industry and share our insights. Our weekly report examines the global diamond market for both loose white diamonds and loose fancy coloured diamonds.

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The history of the asscher Cut

Guide to asscher cut

Welcome back to the Diamonds Hatton Garden blog where we share the latest developments and insights from our Hatton Garden jewellers. In today’s blog we continue our series examining the different diamond shapes with the simply gorgeous Asscher cut. The Asscher cut may only be just over one hundred years old but it carries with it an irresistible charm and beauty. Whether in an elegant asscher cut diamond engagement ring of a pair of diamond earrings, the art-deco-esque Asscher cut may not be one of the best-known diamond cuts, but it’s history is rich and design iconic.

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Diamond Market report 05/08/2021.

Welcome back to the Diamonds Hatton Garden blog where we bring you the latest from our Hatton Garden jewellers. When looking for loose diamonds for diamond engagement rings, diamond tennis bracelets or a pair of beautiful diamond earrings it is important to understand how the global diamond market influences the retail price.We continue with our ongoing series and look into the latest developments within the diamond industry and share our insights. Our weekly report examines the global diamond market for both loose white diamonds and loose fancy coloured diamonds.

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The history of the heart Cut

Welcome back to the Diamonds Hatton Garden blog where we share the latest developments and insights from our Hatton Garden jewellers. In today’s blog we continue our series examining the different diamond shapes with the beautiful Heart cut. The  heart cut., a symbol of enduring love for centuries, is one of the rarer diamond shapes – whilst it may be rarer it certainly is no less precious. Like many diamond shapes, the heart shaped diamonds has a long and illustrious history that can be traced back centuries. Often used mainly in heart diamond engagement rings, the heart shaped diamond can also be found in diamond tennis bracelets and diamond earrings making it wonderfully versatile either as a stand alone piece or in a jewellery set.

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Diamond Market report 23/07/2021.

Welcome back to the Diamonds Hatton Garden blog where we bring you the latest from our Hatton Garden jewellers. When looking for loose diamonds for diamond engagement rings, diamond tennis bracelets or a pair of beautiful diamond earrings it is important to understand how the global diamond market influences the retail price.We continue with our ongoing series and look into the latest developments within the diamond industry and share our insights. Our weekly report examines the global diamond market for both loose white diamonds and loose fancy coloured diamonds.

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The history of the Pear Cut

pear cut diamond

Welcome back to the Diamonds Hatton Garden blog where we share the latest developments and insights from our Hatton Garden jewellers. In today’s blog we continue our on-going series examining diamond shapes with the spectacular Pear cut. The Pear diamond shape’s history can be traced back to 15th century Belgium and is closely linked to the development of diamond cutting. The Pear shape is the world’s most popular diamond shape, after the round brilliant, and can be commonly found as a gorgeous centrestone for pear shape diamond engagement rings as well as diamond earrings, diamond drop earrings in particular. 

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The history of the Princess Cut

History of the princess cut diamond

Welcome back to the Diamonds Hatton Garden blog where we share the latest developments and insights from our Hatton Garden jewellers. In today’s blog we continue our on-going series examining diamond shapes with the Princess cut. The Princess diamond shape’s history can be traced back over 6 centuries and, as the name suggests, has its origins firmly rooted in royalty. This timeless and versatile shape with its clean, straight edges is the perfect centrestone for a vintage or classic diamond engagement ring and lends itself extremely well to diamond earrings and can be used in diamond tennis bracelets.

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