Diamond

Natural diamond forms under high temperature and pressure that exists deep under the earths crust. Diamond is composed of only one single element – carbon – and these atoms are bonded together in the same way in all directions making it the hardest mineral known to man.

Formed between 1 and 3.3 billion years ago diamonds are forced upwards to the earths surface by volcanic activity. Once recovered, sorted and polished diamond shows its true beauty possessing a combination of brightness, brilliance and fire not matched by any other gemstone.

Marianne Pughe is a fellow of the Gemmological Association of Great Britain and also holds the specialist DGA Diamond Diploma qualification offering expert advice in the purchase of natural diamonds from recognised and regulated worldwide sources.

Diamond

Natural diamond forms under high temperature and pressure that exists deep under the earths crust. Diamond is composed of only one single element – carbon – and these atoms are bonded together in the same way in all directions making it the hardest mineral known to man.

Formed between 1 and 3.3 billion years ago diamonds are forced upwards to the earths surface by volcanic activity. Once recovered, sorted and polished diamond shows its true beauty possessing a combination of brightness, brilliance and fire not matched by any other gemstone.

Marianne Pughe is a fellow of the Gemmological Association of Great Britain and also holds the specialist DGA Diamond Diploma qualification offering expert advice in the purchase of natural diamonds from recognised and regulated worldwide sources.

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