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The Importance of GIA Certified Diamonds

Buying diamonds online or from a local retailer shouldn't be taken lightly. They can be very expensive and you want to make sure you're getting your money's worth. This is where GIA certification comes in, both in online purchases and at jewelry stores. Read More »
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My Wedding Jewellery

A woman who has experienced nuptial bliss knows the scenario. Everything is set, invitations, wedding planner,dress, hairdresser and even the colour of the fingernails.Just one question left before we run, "what jewelleryshould I wear?"   Read More »
diamonds types comparisons

Diamonds Types Comparisons

Compare one ounce of gold with another ounce of gold; you will not see any difference assuming they are of the same shape and size. This makes gold a commodity. To prove the old argument about whether a diamond is a commodity or a gemstone, just compare two stones of the same category. Everyone knows that stones are graded by using the 4C’s; colour, clarity, carat weight and cut. Read More »
Diamonds is a Unique mineral

Diamond is a unique mineral

How to Buy Diamonds If you ask how buying a car differs from buying a diamond, the answer is found in how we make the choice. Cars come in any style, colour and price as do diamonds and most people become motor engineers and profess to know about the intricacies of the motor industry when purchasing a car. Yet when it comes to buying a diamond, the male pretence vanishes and he is willing to resign his virility in deference to the shop assistant even in full view of his female partner. Read More »
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Important Facts About 1 Carat Diamonds

While a 1-carat diamond may sound like something small to you, any jeweler will tell you that there are many things you can do with it. How big is a 1-Carat Diamond? First, let us understand how big a 1-carat diamond really is. A diamond's carat is essentially its weight. 1 carat is 200 milligrams, which sounds tiny but it is actually bigger than it sounds. The actual size will differ depending on its shape and cut. Here are the approximate sizes for the different shapes: Read More »
Four Facts that Prove Israeli Diamonds are Better

Four Facts that Prove Israeli Diamonds are Better

Diamonds can easily be purchased online these days, especially with the highly secure   websites that various international diamond exchanges make available to buyers. Even so,   how do you choose the right provider and diamond exchange? You may be surprised to learn   Read More »

Cushion cut

Cushion Cut Diamond Welcome To Moti Israelis Cushion cut diamonds Selection of independently certified and ethically sourced diamonds Read More »

How A Diamond Color Effect On It's Value

Diamond Color Chart If you will ask your friends what the color of a diamond is, most people would say it is white. Read More »

4 C's of Loose Diamonds

How to C​hoose Loose Diamonds A diamond is like a house, there are palaces, mansions and cottages but they are all considered to be your home. So too a diamond is the expression of your heart but they also come in any size, shape, colour or quality you can imagine. Read More »

9 Most popular diamonds shapes

The Various Diamonds Shapes Read More »

Diamonds Investment Guide

After the subprime disaster and with economic uncertainty, investors are looking for low-volatility investments. Diamonds are less volatile, as they are resistant to speculation by the financial community, so there are no derivatives or tradeable products and no short selling is possible. Read More »

Diamond Jewelry

Our Diamond Jewelry Service In the recent years, we have gathered extensive experience in selecting diamond jewelry. We work alongside trusted Israeli jewelers who create quality gold and platinum jewelry for us at wholesale minimal prices. Jewelry History Read More »

Israeli Diamonds

The Benefits of Buying Israeli Diamonds Read More »

Synthetic Diamonds

Synthetic diamonds are those created or grown in a laboratory by a crystal growth process, atom by atom. The term usually means imitation, artificial or fake but in this case the content of the stones produced are made from pure carbon as are natural geologically formed diamonds. There are two main methods employed, one is a physical process known as HPHT, using high pressure and temperature and the other is a chemical method known as CVD (chemical vapor deposition) using a hydrocarbon gas mixture. Read More »

Diamond History

Cecil Rhodes, the famous British colonist realised upon the discovery of a large South African mine that the diamond business needed to be consolidated which he promptly did by controlling the mining of diamonds. This led to the foundation of the De Beers Company; the name De Beers taken from two brothers who owned the farm on which the Kimberley mines were discovered. The brothers are long forgotten but the name De Beer lives on as one of the world’s biggest and well-known companies, still controlling the majority of the diamond market. Read More »
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Diamond Mining and Sources

Diamonds are stunning, mysterious and rare. They reach us after a long journey starting deep down in the earth as carbon put under enormous pressure and temperature. Molten rock called magma carry them to the surface and they are found within tubes or pipes as they are known of volcanic rock, in this instance named kimberlite. Sometimes these are worn away by weathering and the diamonds will reappear within alluvial deposits at times a great distance from their original source. Read More »

Manufacturing and Cutting

Once mined, rough diamonds are sorted into industrial diamonds or those of gem quality. Those of gem quality are classified into groups based on size, shape, quality and color. Every diamond has some unique feature so as no two diamonds are the same. Read More »

Diamond Types and Grades

Cut: The art of polishing a diamond is to maximize its brilliance and fire (dispersion). A diamond that is cut too deep or too shallow will be less brilliant and ultimately, less valuable. The cut is the only factor of a polished diamond's value that is controlled by human hands. Colour: The smallest variation in colour makes a difference. Colourless diamonds are the most admired, but diamonds are found in all colours of the rainbow. The rarer the colour, the more valuable is the diamond. Read More »
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Marketing and Famous Stones

Some of the most celebrated diamonds include: The Cullinan: Found in South Africa in 1905, it was the world's largest gem-quality diamond, weighing 3,105 carats uncut. The Tiffany: Discovered in the Kimberley Mine around 1877, this 287.42-carat diamond was turned into a 128.54-carat yellow cushion cut with 90 facets. Read More »

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