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Archive for March, 2008

Crystal Evolution Online

Saturday, March 15th, 2008

Crystal Evolution was established as a retail brand in 2002. Our exclusive jewelry & body piercing jewelry designs were originally launched throughout Europe and Asia. Many celebrities including the Black Eyed Peas and Paris Hilton have purchased our designs while in our retail stores in Europe and Asia and while visiting our Crystal Lounge in Bangkok. Now established as the #1 international body jewelry brand, Crystal Evolution is being introduced worldwide via our website.

Crystal Evolution jewelry and Body Jewelry are made with 100% Swarovski Crystal, and the finest metals and materials available. All of the body jewelry is set in G23 Titanium, the same material used in surgical implants. The non-piercing jewelry pieces are generously sized, set in heavy sterling silver, and finished with rhodium (rhodium is the most expensive precious metal – related to platinum – it prevents tarnishing and gives jewelry the look of platinum).

Diamond Jewelry Guide

Tuesday, March 11th, 2008

Diamond jewelry makes a great gift for any woman no matter what her tastes and preferences are. Diamond jewelry is said to be the gift to make the other gifts jealous. But if you are interested in buying diamond jewelry, you need to follow the 4C’s. Diamonds can be explained by learning the 4C’s which characterize and distinguish the different grades and quality.

Carat measures the mass of diamond. One carat is defined as 200 milligrams, point unit is commonly used for diamonds of less than one carat. The price per carat does not increase smoothly with increasing size. Clarity is a measure of internal defects of a diamond maybe crystal of foreign material or another diamond crystal. The number, size, color, orientation and visibility of inclusion can all affect the relative clarity of a diamond. Color A perfect diamond is perfectly transparent with no hue, or color. The color of the diamond may be affected by the chemical impurities or structural defects depending on the hue and density of diamond’s coloration. Most diamond used a gemstones are basically transparent with little tint or white diamonds.