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The Ultimate Guide To Pink Diamonds

Welcome back to the Diamonds Hatton Garden blog where we bring you the latest insights from our Hatton Garden jewellers. Following on from our buying guides to various fancy cut diamond shapes, we look to continue with our educational themed blogs with today’s article we look into pink diamonds and how to choose a pink diamond, what pieces of jewellery suit pink diamonds and how these gorgeous rocks are formed.

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All You Need To Know About Tennis Bracelets

Yellow Diamond Tennis Bracelet

Welcome back to the Diamonds Hatton Garden blog where we bring you the latest insights and share our latest commissions from our Hatton Garden jewellers. This week marks Wimbledon 2022 and to celebrate we explore the tennis bracelet looking at how to measure bracelet size and how the tennis bracelet got its name. 

Tennis bracelets are a timeless gift that exudes style and grace. Whether worn to add glamour to a day-to-day outfit or to add a finishing touch to a special ensemble: a tennis bracelet is the perfect accessory.

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What is a brilliant cut diamond?

History of the Round Brilliant cut

Welcome back to the Diamonds Hatton Garden blog where we bring you the latest insights from our Hatton Garden jewellers. Following on from our buying guides to various fancy cut diamond shapes, we look to continue with our educational themed blogs with today’s article looking at different diamond cuts. In our three part series we look at the three main types of diamond cuts: the brilliant cut, the modified brilliant cut and the step cut. Today we explore the brilliant cut and look into the different types of brilliant cut diamonds that are available.

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The History of the Round Brilliant Cut

History of the Round Brilliant cut

Welcome back to the Diamonds Hatton Garden blog where we bring you the latest insights from our Hatton Garden jewellers. Following on from our buying guides to various fancy cut diamond shapes, we look to continue with our educational themed blogs with today’s article looking at different diamond cuts. In our three part series we look at the three main types of diamond cuts: the brilliant cut, the modified brilliant cut and the step cut. Today we explore the history of the brilliant cut and what to look for when buying a brilliant cut diamond.

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What is in a Diamond Grading Report?

diamond grading report GIA

When looking for a loose diamond for a diamond engagement ring or a piece of diamond jewellery it is important to refer back to the diamond grading report that often will accompany the diamond – diamonds under 0.15 carats do not have reports issued. This certificate helps you as a consumer to be confident that what you are buying is described accurately by the seller and is often used for insurance purposes post-sale. In today’s article we look at what a diamond grading report is and how to read one.

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