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Contact a GIA Graduate Gemologist to Find a Loose Diamond

Contact our GIA graduate gemologists for assistance in selecting a loose diamond. Here is a GIA certified cushion cut diamond weighing 1.40 ct with H color and VS2 clarity. A post shared by deBebians Fine Jewelry 💎 (@debebians) on Jul … Continue reading

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Interesting Facts About the Diamonds

Most Of you might have heard about the various diamond cuts, shapes and of course the Diamond 4 C’s. But did you know that: The word ‘diamond’ derives from the Greek word ‘adamas,’ which translates to invincible or indestructible. Diamonds … Continue reading

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Ask deBebians for Help with Choosing a Loose Diamond

A post shared by deBebians Fine Jewelry 💎 (@debebians) on Jan 4, 2017 at 12:03pm PST When searching for that perfect diamond for your engagement ring (or necklace, earrings, etc…), be sure to seek the advice of a professional. There … Continue reading

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Top Diamond Producing Countries in the World

Diamonds are the most beautiful and precious stones that can enhance the beauty of the wearer. It is considered to be a symbol of pure love, status, and royalty. Most natural diamonds are formed from high temperatures and pressure in … Continue reading

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Proper Research & Buying Certified Loose Diamonds

Recently, I was assisting a customer with a GIA certified loose diamond search and it really got me thinking.  She had done a lot of research online and had read all types of things about what to look for in … Continue reading

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How to Shop Diamonds Wisely

Diamond pricing varies tremendously based upon the quality of the stone. High quality diamonds command a high price per carat, ultimately making for very expensive diamonds. The vast majority of diamonds we see every day are not the highest quality … Continue reading

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Purchasing a Diamond Based on a Diamond’s Optics

This past week I worked with a customer who was interested in a round brilliant cut diamond and asked if I could provide an ASET image. An ASET image is a light performance picture that was introduced by the American … Continue reading

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Tips for Finding a Replacement Diamond

Recently a dear friend of mine lost her diamond engagement ring and had to file a claim with her insurance company. The insurance adjuster told her she needed to go to one of three stores (local to where she is … Continue reading

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Certified vs. Non-Certified Diamonds

Loose diamond shopping can be tricky and you really need to know what you are doing so you don’t get taken advantage of. Today, I am going to talk about certified versus non-certified diamonds and which one you should buy … Continue reading

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Types of Diamonds

Most people categorize natural diamonds as either white or fancy colored. People assume that if a diamond is almost entirely made up of the single element carbon, then they are all more or less the same. What people don’t know … Continue reading

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