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The magic of diamonds in history


The diamond has been one of the most covered gems in history. Uncut diamonds adorned the crowns of kings and queens throughout the ages. Today the diamond is internationally recognized as a symbol of love and betrothal and is the recipient of increasing interest as a source for investment.

The diamond has been credited with many magical powers. At one time it was considered the emblem of fearlessness and invincibility, the mere possession of a diamond would endow the wearer with superior strength, bravery, and courage. It was also believed that a diamond could drive away the devil and all spirits of the night.

During the 1500s diamonds were looked upon as talismans that could enhance the love of a husband for his wife. In the Talmud a gem that from its description was probably a diamond was worn by the high priest and served to prove innocence or guilt. If an accused person were guilty, the stone grew dim; if innocent, it shone more brilliantly than ever.  

The Hindus classed diamonds according to the four casts. The Brahmin diamond gave power, friends, riches, and good luck; the Kshatriya prevented old age; Vaisya brought success; and the Sudra broughtall types of good fortune. Red and yellow diamonds were exclusively royal gems, for kings alone.

Diamonds have been associated with almost everything from producing sleepwalking to producing invincilility and spiritual ectasy. Even sexual prowess has been strongly attributed to the diamond. There is a catch, however, to all the mythical powers associated with this remarkable gem. One must find the diamond “naturally” in order to experience its magic, for it loses its powers if acquired by purchase. However, when offered as a pledge of love or friendship, its potency may return-another good reason for its presence in the engagement ring.

The factors used to determine the quality and value of a diamond are referred to as the “four Cs.” In terms of their effect on the value of a diamond-in order of importance-we would list them as Color, Clarity, Cutting and proportions, and Carat weight.

Keep in mind, however, that the key to being happy with your diamond purchase understands how each of these four Cs affects beauty and durability, cost, and the stone as a whole. It may sound complicated at first, but when you begin looking at stones you’ll see it really isn’t. With a little experience, you’ll decide which Cs are most important to you, and know what to look for to get the right combination-one that meets your emotional and financial needs.

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